Six Keys to Leading Positive Change – Rosabeth Moss Kanter 

By Robbie MacCue

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.

  1. Show Up. Sometimes just being there makes all the difference. 
  2. Speak up. The power of voice is shaping the agenda, framing the situation for others, and influencing others’ actions.
  3. 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.
  4. Team up. Partners matter. Everything goes better with partners. The best ventures & projects are when there’s partnership from the beginning.
  5. 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. 
  6. Lift others up. Make sure others feel elevated for what you do as well.
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Robbie MacCue

Robbie is the cofounder of the EMS Leadership Academy, host of the EMS Leadership Summit, and paramedic captain in Albany, NY where he serves in the Special Operations Division for ground rescue, flight, & tactical medicine. He performs international medical flights with North America's largest fixed wing Air Ambulance service. For more than 14 years, Robbie served as President of a non-profit EMS organization advocating for increased funding and raising the bar of excellence. In addition, Robbie is an American Heart Association advocate who is passionate about empowering others to save more lives. He has taught physicians, nurses, and other medical providers Advanced Cardiac Life Support at medical schools and hospitals throughout Manhattan. Robbie has undergraduate degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a MBA from Case Western Reserve University and provides business consulting that combines his love of technology with healthcare.

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