On Leadership Clips
We've pulled some of the best clips from our On Leadership series.
No Complaining Rule | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip
Bestselling author, Jon Gordon, shares how negativity needs to be addressed or a positive culture could be destroyed.
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The Energy Vampire | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip
In this clip, Jon speaks to the energy vampires of the world and challenges them to evaluate how their negativity might be affecting others.
Great Positive Teams Constantly Improve | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip
The Seattle Seahawks conduct Tell-the-Truth Monday. Jon Gordon, bestselling author of The Energy Bus, shares how this is a great example of positive teams improving through difficult conversations.
Spark Healthy Debate | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey
Without healthy debate, innovation stops. Bestselling author, Chester Elton, teaches how to spark vigorous discussion without making it personal.
Time management for the 21st century.The 5 Choices
A New Leader’s Role | FranklinCovey
As a new leader, do you really know your role? The authors of FranklinCovey’s newest book, Everyone Deserves a Great Manager, share the importance of defining and understanding your role.
The Importance of Immediate Appreciation | Paul White clip
Business psychologist, Dr. Paul White, shares a vital best practice when it comes to showing appreciation for younger employees.
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Achieve your wildly important goals.The 4 Disciplines
Are you happy? | Bill Engvall clip
Are you satisfied with the work you do? World-famous comedian and expert communicator, Bill Engvall, shares the importance of finding satisfaction in what you do.
We Need to Dream Again | Nancy Duarte clip
Data shouldn't stop you from dreaming. If you have a dream, don’t wait to collect enough data to support it.
How to Say No | Jay Papasan clip
When you know what you are saying yes to, saying no to everything else is easy. Jay Papasan, #1 bestselling author of The ONE Thing, shares how to decline extra offers or projects.
Explore the timeless principles of fairness, integrity, honesty, and human dignity.The 7 Habits
Advice to Principals | Muriel Summers clip
Principals – listen to the people you serve. Muriel Summers, Principal of AB Combs Elementary and coauthor of The Leader In Me, shares some valuable advice for her peers.
Accept that Biases are Normal | Howard Ross clip
The more we accept our biases, the more we can work with them. Diversity Expert, Howard Ross, teaches how accepting our personal biases can help us overcome them.
Stephen R. Covey Impact in Jennifer Colosimo’s Life | Jennifer Colosimo clip
Stephen R. Covey impacted millions of people’s lives. Jennifer Colosimo, FranklinCovey Senior Vice President, shares what she learned from Dr. Covey and how it is still influencing her life.
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What is Listening? | Julian Treasure clip
Hearing and listening are two different things. Sound and communication expert, Julian Treasure, shares the importance of really listening in a conversation.
Are Safety and Security Holding your Finances Back? | Jean Chatzky clip
Financial safety and security can actually be holding you back from financial success. Jean Chatzky shares some advice on investing and how women can grow in confidence with their money.
The Difference Between Recognition and Appreciation | Paul White clip
Recognition is primarily performance-based, and usually, only your top performers get recognized for the work they do. Paul White shares how appreciation can make all the difference.
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Sales Leaders - Don't Focus On Your Number | Randy Illig clip
Do you know your customer’s goal? Sales expert Randy Illig shares what it means to know your customer’s target number.
Getting Your Message to Your Customers | Donald Miller clip
The way you get people to remember your message is to repeat that message over and over again. Donald Miller, founder of StoryBrand, shares advice on getting your customers to retain your message.
Care Personally, Challenge Directly | Kim Scott clip
Kim Scott, New York Times bestselling author of Radical Candor, shares her personal experience of Sheryl Sandberg challenging her directly.
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Leaders – You Don’t Need to Have All the Answers
Leaders need to let go of the idea that they have to know all the answers. The authors of FranklinCovey’s newest book, Everyone Deserves a Great Manager, discuss how it’s ok to not know everything and