Rosabeth Moss Kanter is an esteemed professor of the Harvard Business School and author of over 20 books on innovation, strategy, and leadership. In this #TEDTalk she reveals insights on how to make positive change happen in organizations, the world, and to what matters most to you.
- Show Up. Sometimes just being there makes all the difference.
- Speak up. The power of voice is shaping the agenda, framing the situation for others, and influencing others’ actions.
- Look up. Aspire to a higher principle, higher vision, & values. Remind people of a noble purpose. Start your meetings by reminding people of the purpose.
- Team up. Partners matter. Everything goes better with partners. The best ventures & projects are when there’s partnership from the beginning.
- Never give up. “Canters Law: Everything can look like a failure in the middle.” It often takes longer than we imagined, critics surface, things don’t work the way we envisioned & need to be redesigned. Persist & persevere against the naysayers and obstacles.
- Lift others up. Make sure others feel elevated for what you do as well.
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Be sure to follow her work:
- How do I deal with conflict & reduce controversy in EMS? - July 3, 2021
- How can we get healthcare providers to take care of their own health? - June 26, 2021
- Incivility in EMS Research - June 25, 2021