Cuddy has popularized the concept of power poses. Her main message is that body language isn’t a one way street from the brain to the body. Instead, the body signals things to the brain – and, it can be gamed to our advantage.



WHY we do, what we do?

Great leaders know that why they are doing, what they are doing?

Think about your own life, the decisions that have shaped your destiny.”
What is your motive for action?
What is it that drives you in your life today?

Simon Sinek


According to Simon Sinek, Great ideas begin not with the “What,” but with the “Why” and then the “How.”

4) Drew Dudley


Dudley talks about the transformative power we can have on each other even when we are not in leadership moments. Sometimes our action can make impression someone life that it can change their life. One moment is enough to change someone life.

5) Itay Targum


In Itay Talgam’s Ted Talk, he took an interesting approach in order to discuss various styles of leadership.  He features footage of four different orchestras and specifically examines how the conductor of each leads the musicians.  One of the conductors had his eyes closed while leading, as he allows his orchestra to lead him through the musical piece.  He trusts his orchestras.  When analyzing the next conductor, Talgam describes how the meaning of music is showed on the face of the conductor as he lets the players tell the story.  The next conductor was seen as very strong, forceful, and controlling.  He felt if he was going to conduct a piece by Mozart, then “I’m responsible for Mozart, this is going to be the only story to be told. It’s Mozart as I, Riccardo Muti, understand it.”  The final conductor was Richard Strauss.  His mentality was “If you sweat by the end of the concert it means that you must have done something wrong.”  Additionally, he believed that the page was in charge and that “You have to play by the book. So it’s not about my story. It’s not about your story. It’s only the execution of the written music, no interpretation.”

Roselinde Torres: What it takes to be a great leader



The world is full of leadership programs, but the best way to learn how to lead might be right under your nose. In this clear, candid talk, Roselinde Torres describes 25 years observing truly great leaders at work, and shares the three simple but crucial questions would-be company chiefs need to ask to thrive in the future.She is also concerned with how you are spending your time. Are you reading books or going on the internet? Are you surrounding yourself with smart, capable people, or those that are holding you back.She also talk about the risk taking. If you keep going with what worked in the past, you aren’t adapting to future change. It is important to push envelopes and take risks in order to achieve a higher plateau of success.

David Kelley : How to build a creative confidence


David Kelley suggests, creativity is not the domain of only a chosen few. He said that we all feared from being judged and we all thinks that we are not creative . That’s one of the reason we gave up. David Kelley tells the story of his meeting with the Professor Bandura from Stanford, he said that Professor Bandura develops the methodology to cured the Phobia persons within hours. Professor Bandura create confidence in the people who have phobia from years and he then step by step start creating confidence in those people and those people in the end have that much confidence that they can now withstand their phobia. He also talk about the Doctor who colored all the MRI machines only to create confidence in the Kids that MRI its not going to hurt them. In the end , it is proved by various studied that creative confidence can change person very differently and they start thinking about them as a creative person.

Tom Wujec: Build a Team, Build a Tower


The fundamental lesson, I believe, is that the design truly is a contact sport. It demands that we bring all of our senses to the task, and that we apply the very best of our thinking, our feeling and our doing for the challenge that we have at hand. And sometimes, a little prototype of this experience is all that it takes to turn us from an “uh-oh” moment to a “ta-da” moment. And that can make a big difference.’

Stanley McChrystal


In this TED talk, five-star general Stanley McChrystal shared his experience in leadership in decades of military service. How do you create a sense of sharing for people of different ages and different technical backgrounds? How to solve the possible failures by listening and learning? For what I learn from this is a great leader is not always right, but he always willing to learn and the trust, they willing to listening from the lower. It also important to built relationship to each other. As the time age so fast, the way of people doing thing is different, the experience is so different because of age, so we have to share purpose, share consciousness. That is the challenge the leader often face.

Drew Dudley: Creating Cultures of Leadership


In this TED Talk, Drew Dudley said that in this world , we all create our own definition of right or wrong. He also shared the one moment of his life that how he changed the day of the cashier who was having a bad day by just giving her the chocolates. He wants to suggests that our actions can change can make impact on others.





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