Get Inspired by These 3 Effective TED Talks

By Last Updated: November 28, 2023
Get Inspired by These 3 Effective TED Talks

The most esteemed TED Talks are the ones that surprise and delight while delivering keen insight. Some of the best and brightest minds can radically change the way we think about and understand our world through personal confessions or by connecting seemingly disparate thoughts. This is especially true for the following 3 business-related TED talks that we found.

The Science of Body Language

Social psychologist Amy Cuddy delivered a 2012 talk entitled “Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are,” which has now received more than 41 million views. Using research rooted in neurochemistry and biology, Cuddy presents the science behind confidence-building postures that can change the way others see you and how you see yourself. Regardless of your professional field or position, adjusting your body language can remarkably improve your business relationships, the way you approach work challenges, and more.

Innovation and Optimization

Finding innovative ways to optimize business products or services can be challenging. In “This Is Broken,” legendary marketing guru and best-selling author Seth Godin puts his famous sense of humor to work as he examines the origins and specifics of seven poorly designed things, along with the kind of thinking that can point to a creative breakthrough.

Masterful Leadership

Whether you’re a business owner or a C-suite executive, being at the top typically involves managing many different people and their personalities. In “Lead Like the Great Conductors,” conductor and leadership expert Itay Talgam reveals the distinct techniques of famous orchestral conductors that today’s leaders would do well to note.

Learning how to be better at business isn’t always centered on money. Periphery concepts like building confidence, fixing what’s broken, and creating harmony with silence can effectively yield financial benefits.

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