Seven Popular Business Videos of 2016

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Seven Popular Business Videos of 2016

Faculty and guest speakers on topics ranging from storytelling to simplicity.
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View the most-watched videos on our YouTube channel this year:

1. Magic Johnson: Understand Your Customers and Over-Deliver

The former basketball star discusses his pivot from the court to business.

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2. Kathleen Eisenhardt: Effective People Think Simply

Following a simple set of rules can bring clarity during chaos.

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3. Kathryn Shaw: Three Things All Good Bosses Do

Share your vision, teach well, and help employees meet their career goals.

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4. Arianna Huffington: We Are Drowning in Data

Why the founder of Huffington Post says everyone needs more shut-eye.

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5. Unilever CEO Paul Polman: Pursue Your Purpose

A fireside chat on leadership and social change.

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6. Jennifer Aaker: The Power of Story

Use a strong narrative to shape how others see you.

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7. Richard Cox: Creating Authentic Power

How to achieve and convey confidence without words.

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