Leadership in a Wired World Stanford Executive Brief with Tim Sanders
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- The new value creators: knowledge, networks, and compassion.
- The downfall of the barracudas and sharks, and their replacement by the nice and smart.
- How "niceness" creates not just good PR but bottom-line profits.
Tim Sanders doesn't fit the corporate mold. He looks too young; he dresses "mod" and he preaches compassion, telling today's business leaders why they should become "lovecats." In this presentation, Sanders explains his advocacy of compassion, and helps us understand why genuine kindness and caring make bottom-line sense. Sanders believes that, in a wired world, nice guys finish first.
Tim Sanders is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Love Is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends." Prior to becoming a senior member of the Yahoo! management team, he developed audio and video broadcast ventures for broadcast.com's business services division. There he was responsible for the Victoria's Secret fashion show webcast, and worked with a variety of clients, including Harvard University, Dell Computers, Intel and Ford Motors.