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Resource List: Fosters Agility

In all aspects of leadership, expanding knowledge and mindset is key. That’s why – to compliment the experiential learning you’ll get on our programmes - we have compiled choice selections of our favourite leadership skills resources from elsewhere.
These include important contributions from prominent thought leaders – people and ideas we think everyone should be talking about.
This list covers how a leader Fosters Agility.

Megan Reitz video on a computer screen

How your power silences truth. A TED video featuring Megan Reitz

Black box thinking. Marginal Gains and the secrets of high performance. By Matthew Syed. A TED video.

The Fearless organization. Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace, for Learning, Innovation, and Growth. By Amy Edmondson. A TED video. Or watch Amy in an interview with Peter Bregman.

Ed Catmull interview on a computer screen

Creativity Inc. Overcoming the unseen forces that stand in the way of true Inspiration. The story of Pixar’s culture of collaboration and innovation, as told by Ed Catmull in this interview.

Strategies for learning from failure. An article from HBR*.

Only the paranoid survive - by Andy Grove (CEO of Intel) in this HBR* article.

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Adaptability is the new competitive advantage according to this HBR* article.

A Refresher on A/B Testing. From Amy Gallo in this HBR* article.

Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change. A series of videos by William Bridges.

Leading change when business is good. A focus on IBM in this HBR* article.

For more recommended resources to enhance leadership capability, click on a tag at the top of this page, or browse the whole library of Insights for Leaders.

*Here at MF we love HBR! If you have trouble accessing an article that may be because you’ve read another free one from them recently. You may wish to take out a subscription or try viewing it in a private web browser window whilst making a note to subscribe properly as soon as you or your organisation can. We highly recommend it.

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