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Leadership in a distributed collaborative world Skip to content School of Herring Menu Home Blog Videos Categories Q&A Ask a question Links About What I learned on the Nokia board: trust comes first Top-performing boards of directors are built on a foundation of integrity and trust. I had the honor of serving on the Nokia board as the 150 year old company was preparing for the remarkable revival of the past years. This is what I learned. May 16, 2016 Why you have to have a Why April 26, 2016 The seven characteristics of a tight organization April 14, 2016 The cornerstones of a tight organization All posts All Posts The contrasts of leadership Blog text What I learned on the Nokia board: trust comes first Blog text Why you have to have a Why Video #10 / Boatside Chat (8:01) The seven characteristics of a tight organization Blog text The cornerstones of a tight organization Blog text Scaling business sales Blog text What respect really means Video #33 (2:53) How I became a CEO Blog text Focus on contribution Blog text Believe in the positive energy Video #32 (2:12) Failure is caused by not listening Video #31 (3:54) The ideal team: look for integrity, energy and intelligence Blog text How to run an all-hands meeting Video #30 (3:07) Why you must learn to say “NO” Video #13 / Boatside Chat (3:22) The MORE list for leaders Blog text Encouraging unsure employees Video #29 (2:59) Being effective is a question of life and death Video #12 / Boatside Chat (6:51) Nine exceptional CEOs talk leadership Blog text Guide to leading and managing distributed teams Blog text Unhappy customers: your greatest source of learning Video #28 (2:08) One day, it will come true Blog text Fadi Ghandour: Culture is the ultimate differentiator Video #11 / Boatside Chat (11:36) 100 quotes for leadership inspiration Blog text The importance of dissent Video #27 (3:18) How to write an investor deck Blog text Ilkka Paananen of Supercell: Celebrate learnings from failures Video #10 / Boatside Chat (3:02) Five things that change for first time managers Video #26 (2:50) Tom Erickson of Acquia: How to work with a strong founder Video #9 / Boatside Chat (3:20) A guaranteed way to improve meetings Video #25 (2:02) Jim Whitehurst of Red Hat shares his best leadership advice Video #8 / Boatside Chat (2:25) Weekly reports: small to do, big for success Video #24 (2:24) Indu Navar: Women! Network that female power Video #7 / Boatside Chat (2:40) First time CEO, go conquer the world! Video #23 (1:48) Why being a CEO is a wonderful job Blog text Indu Navar: Facing your fears: fake it till you make it Video #6 / Boatside Chat (1:55) How the role of the board reflects on the CEO Video #22 (2:57) Why being a CEO is such a lonely hard job Blog text Indu Navar: Women CEOs: Forget the pinstripes Video #5 / Boatside Chat (8:28) Resolving conflicts between key people Video #21 (2:52) Menno Beker: Why the CEO needs brutal honesty Video #03 / Boatside Chat (3:25) Bring your Management Team into the Board Room Video #20 (2:27) Menno Beker: Build a strong team by admitting your weakness Video #3 / Boatside Chat (5:03) Getting the most out of your Board of Directors Video #19 (2:20) Leadership according to the School of Herring Blog text How do you get past a failure? Video #18 (1:30) What mothers know about leadership Blog text Zack Urlocker: The vital skill of performance management Video #02 / Boatside chat (16:34) Nine reasons why managers struggle, and what to do about it Video #17 (4:02) Zack Urlocker: Ten things for interviews when building a world class organization Video #01 / Boatside chat (13:12) Six characteristics for the right people Video #16 (2:22) Leading a distributed team Video #15 (2:33) How to stay in focus Video #14 (3:35) The purpose of a management team Video #13 (2:42) The best encouragement is often free Video #12 (2:14) Six practices for job interviews Video #11 (3:03) Hire for strength Video #10 (2:31) Why does integrity matter? Blog text Increasing initiative and innovation Video #9 (3:49) How to give feedback to a colleague Video #8 (2:57) Productive meetings with remote attendees Video #7 (2:56) How to Sleep Well at Night Video #6 (1:55) Bad News is Good News Video #5 (1:54) Successful leadership starts with knowing yourself Video #4 (2:58) Effective emails Video #3 (2:51) Eight rules for building an effective team Blog text The single most useful management advice Blog text How to be an effective executive Video #2 (2:55) Best business books for a startup CEO Blog text What is the School of Herring? Video #1 (1:54) Facebook Twitter Promenade WordPress theme by AudioTheme. Whois

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