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MBA video course

Join our complimentary MBA video course for founders by the world's top business schools. You will gain essential business skills that are necessary for running a company.

1. Building a Life. How to become successful?

Four Keys of Enduring Success: How High Achievers Win What is success to you? HBS professor Howard Stevenson offers insights from research he and HBS senior research fellow Laura Nash are conducting on the meaning of success for high achievers. Read this article by HBS professor Howard Stevenson.

3. The Best Way to Win a Negotiation - Harvard HBS

Deepak Malhotra, Harvard professor and author of 'Negotiation Genius,' shows you exactly how to approach and win any negotiation.

2. Handling Complexity 

Handling Complexity with Professor Richard Jolly | London Business School.

4. If you can learn to sell, you will make a profit

Lara Morgan: If you can learn to sell, you will make a profit | London Business School

5. The challenge of making it happen - LBS

Over the last few decades we have learned a great deal about strategy, but much less about putting it into practice. And yet strategy execution is consistently cited as the major bugbear for senior executives. Dominic Houlder, Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, dismantles some of the myths surrounding effective strategy execution. The session draws on the School’s recently redesigned Executive Education programme, Executing Strategy for Results, which Dominic leads.

6. The art of negotiation: Six must-have strategies

How do your actions and relationships frame your ability to impact, influence and persuade? Gillian Ku, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, shares six interpersonal principles of how we interact with people that affect one’s ability to influence and persuade others.

7. Building personal and organizational resilience

Richard Jolly, Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, speaks about building personal and organizational resilience

8. Common nonsense in business - LBS

Why do some companies consistently outperform their competitors? Asks Jules Goddard, Fellow at London Business School. In this session, he shares his insights and explores how the most competitive organizations possess less common nonsense.

9. Leading Minds: Alex Gorsky - LBS

Alex Gorsky, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, of Johnson and Johnson, spoke at our Leading Minds events on innovation and healthcare.

10. Think Fast, Talk Smart-Communication Techniques

Matt Abrahams is a lecturer of strategic communication at Stanford GSB and the host of the top Careers podcast "Think Fast, Talk Smart," a show with research-backed techniques becoming a more confident communicator. Find it wherever you get your podcasts.

11. Board diversity and effectiveness in FTSE 350

Diversity is a powerful force and contributes to the success of societies and economies. The research report ‘Board Diversity and Effectiveness in FTSE 350 Companies’ takes in the views of over 75 board members and shares important insights into the impact of diversity and shifting dynamics in the boardroom to improve constructive challenge and decision-making.

12. Sir Richard Branson on entrepreneurship - LBS

Entrepreneurship, social issues, adventure, the environment and space travel are on the agenda at a Q&A session with Sir Richard Branson, Founder and Chairman of the Virgin Group.

13. Leading Minds – The 100-Year Life - LBS

With Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice; Executive Education Faculty Director, London Business School Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School Chaired by Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School

14. Business Model - Harvard i-lab Startup Secrets

"Best of Startup Secrets" - featuring Michael Skok A disruptive business model is as powerful as a disruptive product or technology. Learn how innovators apply C.O.R.E differentiation, multipliers, and levers to disrupt the market. Find out about "SLIPPERY" products. Connect the dots between building a great product and creating a profitable enterprise.

15. How to Network - Tom Friel

Tom Friel, former chairman and CEO of Heidrick & Struggles, shares the most effective strategies to build and maintain a professional network that will support your career advancement.

16. Building Billion Dollar Businesses - Stanford

As a lecturer in Stanford’s Department of Management Science and Engineering, Ravi Belani regularly teaches MS&E 472, the Stanford course associated with the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders series. He is also the managing director of Alchemist Accelerator, an accelerator program that focuses on enterprise businesses and has funded startups like LaunchDarkly, Rigetti Computing and Zipongo.

17. Women Empowerment - You Shine, I Shine

In celebration of #IamRemarkable Week, Guneet Monga discusses her personal story and career, as well as how she is using her position as one of the most influential female film producers in India to facilitate change and normalise gender equality.

18. When You Get to My AGE, THIS is What You LEARN! | Warren Buffett | Top 10 Rules

Warren Buffett is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, and is considered by many to be the most successful investor in the world. He went from delivering papers and owning pinball machines, to becoming known as the "Wizard" of Omaha with a net worth of over 72.7 billion dollars!

19. Facts of Economic Growth

Facts of Economic Growth Charles I. Jones, Professor of Economics, Stanford GSB

20. How to speak so that people want to listen

Have you ever felt like you're talking, but nobody is listening? Here's Julian Treasure to help you fix that. As the sound expert demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on how to speak with empathy, he offers his vision for a sonorous world of listening and understanding.

21. Career Pathways to Executive Management

In this talk to Stanford GSB students, Tom Friel, former chairman and CEO of executive recruiting firm Heidrick & Struggles, shares key insights about how to manage your career and network to facilitate a move into executive management. In particular, he explains how to engage with executive recruiters in a meaningful and productive way that will support your long-term career aspirations.

22. Jack Welch: "Go be an entrepreneur”

"Take a swing, go start your own business. To be an entrepreneur." Iconic business identity and former Chairman and CEO of GE tells London Business School students to be bold, speak with candor, and build great teams to succeed in their future corporate careers.

23. All You Need to Know About Venture Capital

Ernestine Fu is an angel investor in Silicon Valley, partner at venture capital firm Alsop Louie Partners, and instructor at Stanford University. In this talk, Ernestine discusses the foundations of venture capital from the perspective of an investor and entrepreneur, respectively.

24. What should I do with my money?

Professors Dimson, Marsh and Staunton hosted this lecture as part of the 50th Anniversary Lecture series.

25. How to Make the Best First Impressions

First impressions in an interview are critical. First impressions are formed within 17 seconds of meeting someone. We actually do judge a book by its cover. We will show you techniques on how to stand out and make a good first impression.

26. How Great Entrepreneurs See What Others Don't

Amy Wilkinson, Lecturer in Management Stanford Graduate School of Business

27. Effective Ways of Engaging in Networking talks

We will help you find effective ways to engage in small group networking events. To develop strong personal and profession contacts that can open doors to opportunities in the future. You can learn how to become an effective networker by following a few key guidelines that we will show you.

28. Removing barriers to creating great products

Bill Campbell and Intuit CEO Brad Smith had a candid conversation about removing the barriers to create awesome products and a leader's critical role in product development.

29. Make the world a better place and Money

During his View From The Top talk, Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, discussed how money is an instrument of change that should be used to make the world a better place. “Money drives the world for better or for worse. Money is going to be made and allocated – you have a moral imperative to get it and then use it to make a difference.“

30. How dangerous a temper can be in the business

Jamie Dimon, the Chairman, President, and CEO of JP Morgan Chase discussed topics ranging from the dangers of bureaucracy to the validity of Bitcoin, to how dangerous a temper can be in the business world.

31. How to Speak

Patrick Winston's How to Speak talk has been an MIT tradition for over 40 years. Offered every January, the talk is intended to improve your speaking ability in critical situations by teaching you a few heuristic rules.

32. How to Lead

To succeed in building a big company in the long-term, founders must become good at leading, motivating, and retaining great people. Ali Rowghani, YC Partner and CEO of the YC Continuity Fund, takes from his experience working with great leaders to share his three observations on leadership.

33. The Art of Managing Life's Transitions

Difficult transitions happen constantly in our lives. Is there a way to proactively manage them, instead of passively or reluctantly going through them? In this talk, Christine Hong draws upon her personal and collective experience of her GSB classmates to offer the three R's of better managing life transitions: recalibrate, reframe, and reach out. She leaves us with a toolkit that we can take with us as we navigate through difficult times of change.

34. The real path to wealth.

Garry Tan, venture capitalist and founder at Initialized Capital. Don't be a flash in the pan. In a world where all things are showy, flashy, signal value — real recognizes real. Today we’re talking about fundamentals, so you don’t have to be a flash in the pan. Let’s get into it.

35. How to think about starting a fundraising?

A Conversation with Aileen Lee - Moderated by Geoff Ralston

36. How and When to Disrupt Your Career & Yourself

Whitney Johnson, an executive coach and author of "Disrupt Yourself", says we give a lot of airtime to building disruptive products and services, to buying and/or investing in disruptive companies, and we should. Both are vital engines of economic growth. But, the most overlooked engine of growth is the individual. If you are really looking to move the world forward, begin by innovating on the inside, and disrupt yourself.

37. Make Body Language Your Superpower

This video will teach you how to use your body language effectively, read the audience's body language and what to do when they look bored or disconnected. Use these tools to enhance your nonverbal communication abilities and better connect with your audiences. Presented by Stanford graduate students Matt Levy, Colin Bailie, Jeong Joon Ha, and Jennifer Rosenfeld.

38. How To Build The Next Billion Dollar Startup

A frank conversation with legendary tech investor Peter Thiel.

39. The single biggest reason why startups succeed

Bill Gross has founded a lot of start-ups, and incubated many others — and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed. So he gathered data from hundreds of companies, his own and other people's, and ranked each company on five key factors. He found one factor that stands out from the others — and surprised even him.

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