Need to Be Inspired at Work? AMA’s Sound Advice Is a Quick Solution

June 20, 2016

Sound Advice is a weekly video series featuring business professionals and thought leaders from around the globe sharing their best advice. We selected our favorite topics, ranging from recognizing the value of your people to the power of building a connection culture at your organization. Make quick adjustments to your leadership style by watching each inspirational minute-long video.

Your People Are Your Strength

Don’t lose track of the people bending over backwards for you. Leigh Stringer, author of The Healthy Workplace, discusses the most effective way to improve the health and wellness of  an organization.

Why Being Authentic Is So Powerful

Looking for a way to build a strong presence? Ken Segall, the creative mastermind behind Apple’s Think Different ad campaign, reminds us that being our authentic selves shows through in our work and everything we do.

Building A Connection Culture

Did you just land a new leadership position? Michael Lee Stallard, author of Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy and Understanding at Work, explains how building strong connections with people around you will make a lasting impression at your organization. 

For more expert advice delivered in bite-sized videos, visit our YouTube channel.

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