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Buffett & Gates Go Back to School

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The two wealthiest men in America, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, give business students at the University of Nebraska advice on how to get a job, how to find success, and how to help change the world.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Life and Career of Derek Bok

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Derek Bok discussed his twenty-year career as president of Harvard University (1971-1991). During that time he raised the school's endowment from $1 billion to $5 billion. The John F. Kennedy School of Government was established during this tenure and is now recognized as a leading educational source for the nation's public policy experts. President Bok said his most important contribution has been an emphasis on moral issues. He is concerned that modern universities do not contribute enough to the development of students as responsible, ethical individuals.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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Encouraging the Heart

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VHS
2000
Ivy (By Request)
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Building Trust Through Leadership: A Cowboy's Philosophy on Horses and Life

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"Virginia cowboy Louis Wood has gained tremendous insight into the relationship between horse and rider His unique approach to horsemanship based on trust and understanding creates a partnership between horse and human. His insights can enhance not only any riding discipline but can also serve as a model for any relationship. . . Utilizing a roundpen environment, Louis uses his horse methodology to address a diverse variety of issues. These include leadership, collaboration, communication, and interpersonal effectiveness as they apply to our work and personal lives." --Container.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Academic Leadership: Are Men and Women Really Created Equal?

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Medical centers are recognizing the scarcity of women assuming leader- ship positions as a complex institutional issue. Ms. Bickel summarizes most recent national data and studies on men and women faculty as an introduction to a discussion of AAMC's and leading medical schools' strategies to help correct gender inequities and stereotypes and to improve the development needs of the faculty.
DVD
1996
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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The Solution [electronic resource]

After realizing that the business she founded lacked women in key management roles, Hilary Devey set out a plan of action. In this program, Devey explores ways to create a more equitable male-to-female ratio in business. Traveling to Norway, where a quota system now requires companies to award 40% of board positions to women, she learns how change is implemented - and whether the new women board members are merely "tokens." Devey also assesses alternatives, such as changing the corporate culture, mentoring of female colleagues, and sharing childcare duties with one's spouse.
Online
2012
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How We Made Our Millions [electronic resource]

Is there a blueprint for financial success? This program provides insight into the minds and methods of two successful U.K. businesspeople - Richard Reed, cofounder of innocent, an all-natural smoothie company, and Michelle Mone, the founder of Ultimo lingerie. Entrepreneur Peter Jones questions the tycoons, discussing their childhoods, examining their personalities, studying their business models, and even asking what they are like to work for. As they invite him on a behind-the-scenes tour of their offices, factories, and luxurious lifestyles, Jones asks what it takes to reach the top and what fun, if any, they have had along the way.
Online
2011
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TEDTalks [electronic resource]: Drew Dudley - Everyday Leadership

We have all changed someone's life - usually without even realizing it. In this funny TEDTalk, leadership educator Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other's lives.
Online
2012
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The Corner Office Leadership Tips From Top CEOs [electronic resource]

Tory Johnson interviews Adam Bryant about his New York Times column and book, The Corner Office, in this ABC News @ Work special report. The author discusses the five characteristics that most CEOs look for when hiring. Passionate curiosity, battle-hardened confidence, team smarts, fearlessness, and a simple mindset are some of the traits that are required to be successful in business today.
Online
2011
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Building a Strong Personal Brand [electronic resource]

Your personal brand is your promise of value. This ABC News report gives viewers some hints on how to create your personal brand, how to explain it succinctly both verbally and online, and how to use it in your job search.
Online
2012
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Resolving Workplace Conflicts [electronic resource]

Putting disparate personalities together and expecting peaceful productivity in the office sounds naïve at best, but that's what companies do every day. This ABC News report looks at how employers can help their staffs overcome discord on the job.
Online
2011
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How They Did It [electronic resource]: Entrepreneurship

Eighty percent of all new business startups fail within the first five years. This ABC News report offers some advice that may help you to beat those odds. Robert Jordan, author of How They Did It, shares some of the secrets of successful startups.
Online
2011
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Sun Tzu's the Art of War [electronic resource]

Attributed to Sun Tzu, a prominent Chinese general writing in the fifth century BC, The Art of War is one of the oldest preserved dissertations on military strategy and tactics. But today its implications reach far beyond the battlefield. It is widely seen as an essential guide to most forms of organizational leadership, and anyone involved in business, management, and entrepreneurial risk-taking stands to gain from Sun Tzu's ideas. Made up of 13 one-to-five-minute segments, this program merges audio narration with no-nonsense animation to create an engaging, user-friendly overview of each chapter of Sun Tzu's iconic treatise. Segments include: Chapter 1: Laying Plans; Chapter 2: Waging War; Chapter 3: Attack by Stratagem; Chapter 4: Tactical Dispositions; Chapter 5: Energy; Chapter [...]
Online
2011
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Women Train to Do Men's Jobs [electronic resource]

This ABC News report focuses on a California program that trains women for traditionally male positions. Given that an iron worker makes up to 13 dollars more per hour than a waitress, women are more than willing to go through the program.
Online
2012
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Take the Lead [electronic resource]: Leadership Advice for Everyone

Author Betsy Myers believes that providing motivation to others is one of the most important traits of leadership. This ABC News report provides tips on how to motivate others, and gain their respect in the process.
Online
2011
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Whittle While You Work [electronic resource]

The average office worker loses up to two hours of productivity due to distractions and disruptions. This ABC News report with Susan Solovic examines how employers and employees can limit distractions from the Internet, phone calls, and coworkers.
Online
2012
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Sharing Feedback [electronic resource]

Avoid defensiveness, be open to receiving and give specific balance feedback.
Online
2013
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Cobra Beer & Pimlico Plumbers [electronic resource]

Gain a unique insight into the minds of successful and inspiring business people with this access-all-areas pass into their glossy and fascinating world. Peter Jones, one of Britain's most prominent entrepreneurs, questions the tycoons behind some of the UK's biggest brands. In Cobra Beer & Pimlico Plumbers, Peter sets out to discover what makes the business brains of their owners tick.
Online
2013
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The Range & Lush [electronic resource]

Peter Jones, one of Britain's most prominent entrepreneurs, questions the tycoons behind some of the UK's biggest brands. Discussing their successes and failures, their strategies and techniques, Peter sets out to discover what makes their business brains tick. This episode focuses on The Range and Lush.
Online
2013