The keynotes by Jim Collins focus on building truly admirable leaders, and the qualities that are needed for exceptional leadership. The most important characteristic is humility in the form of selflessness, and Jim Collins describes a leader as someone who is not influenced by personal gain.
Jim Collins earned a degree in business administration and mathematical sciences from Stanford University, and a PhD in management from Claremont Graduate University. Collins taught at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and founded a management laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. He has worked with CEOs at more than one hundred companies, and works with nonprofits, healthcare and federal governments.
Jim Collins is the author of six novels, and his most recent publishing is 'Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck-Why Some Thrive Despite Them All.' The keynotes by Jim Collins identify the traits that are needed for success, and to become an exceptional leader.
This employee speech by Jim Collins stresses the importance of having a team full of self-motivators. He explains that by possessing this asset, your job as a manager will be made significantly...
Jim Collins holds a business administration and mathematical sciences degree from Stanford University, and a PhD in management from the Claremont Graduate University. In 1995, he founded a management laboratory…
The five steps of corporate decline are outlined by Jim Collins in this brand power speech. According to Collins, there is a very specific pattern of destruction that large companies follow. The...
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