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Prof. Francesca Gino: How can you encourage curiosity and rebel talent

Lancefield on the Line

How do you respond to a world that feels more complex, and uncertain? Put your head in the sand, do the same, peddle faster, hoping it goes away? As silly as that sounds, many executives and professionals do this even while they talk eloquently about their context.A better approach is to double down on your curiosity. At work this means being more curious about the needs and expectations of your customers, the dynamics of the workplace, the wider system you operate in and your own ways of thinking. There are obvious things you can do: ask more questions, seek out new people to spend time with, learn new skills, spend time in new places (virtual or physical). It means being able to handle the feeling of being uncomfortable and out of your depth. It also means opening your mind to new possibilities, overcoming your limiting assumptions.Curiosity is the topic I discuss with my guest Francesca Gino, Professor at Harvard Business School. I've long admired her work. I selected her superb book Rebel Talent in my review of the best Strategy Books in 2018 for Strategy+Business.Links to further resourcesFrancesca Gino is an award-winning researcher who focuses on why people make the decisions they do at work, and how leaders and employees have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. She is a Professor at Harvard Business School and the author, most recently, of “Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules in Work and Life.”For more details of her work see: https://francescagino.com/My newsletter Flashes+Sparks provides stimuli on how to lead your team, organisation or self more effectively: http://bit.ly/36WRpriYou can find me here:LinkedIn. https://bit.ly/2Z2PexPTwitter: https://bit.ly/36XavNIPersonal website: http://bit.ly/3jA0MlNYoutube channel: http://bit.ly/

36mins

6 Oct 2021

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Francesca Gino: Why the Workplace Needs More Rebellious Talent

Brilliant People Podcast

Rebellious leaders aren’t busy yearning for pre-pandemic days. They are instead confronting a new era of business; one requiring a new approach to work. To learn more about why companies looking to remain competitive should fill their leadership ranks with rebellious talent and narrow their hiring focuses on such, Scott Jacobs, a partner in Acertitude’s Technology practice, sat down with Harvard Business School professor and author of “Rebel Talent” Francesca Gino. She shares three ways to unleash your inner rebel and unlock your potential. For more information, follow us on Twitter @Acertitude and visit us online at Acertitude.com. Questions or comments? Want to be considered as a podcast guest? Email Jacqueline DiChiara, Director of Content, jdichiara@acertitude.com.

36mins

1 Oct 2021

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27: Rebel Talent, Harvard Professor Francesca Gino - The Curious Advantage Podcast

The Curious Advantage Podcast

Francesca Gino, Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, Award winning expert on the psychology of organisations and author of the bestselling books 'Rebel Talent: Why it pays to break the rules at work and in life', and 'Sidetracked: Why our decisions get derailed, and how we can stick to the plan', joins Simon Brown, Paul Ashcroft & Garrick Jones in their latest fascinating Curious Advantage Podcast.  Why should organisations be curious? How can leaders foster curiosity? How can Curiosity drive innovation? What is the connection between rebels and curiosity?! Are you curious? Subscribe today! Join the conversation, connect with the authors, and keep exploring curiously! #CuriousAdvantage.About the Curious Advantage Podcast Series The Curious Advantage Podcast series is brought to you by the authors of the book The Curious Advantage, Paul Ashcroft, Simon Brown & Garrick Jones and it is about how individuals and organisations use the power of curiosity to drive success in their lives and organisations, especially in the context of our new digital reality. It brings to life the latest understanding from neuroscience, anthropology, history and behaviourism about curiosity and makes these useful for everyone. Produced by Aliki Paolinelis, edited by Jill Damatac-Futter & Roman Pechersky  #Curiousadvantage #Curiousadvantagepodcast About ‘The Curious Advantage’ Book The Curious Advantage is an exploration of the idea of Curiosity and its increasing importance for thriving in the digital age. Taking the widest possible exploration of things Curious – historical, contemporary, neuro-scientific, anthropological, behavioural, semantic and business-focused. At the heart of the book is our model of Curiosity, called ’Sailing the 7 C’s of Curiosity’. This model provides individuals with a practical framework for how to be successfully Curious and use Curiosity as a power skill to unlock their own potential. To find out more visit: curiousadvantage.com Get your copy on Amazon! 

39mins

20 Jul 2021

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S2-E4: Francesca Gino: Rebels vs. rules

The Human Firewall

Our guest today is Francesa Gino from Harvard Business School, and your hosts are Lasse Frost and Jakob Danelund.  This episode explores how we can use the hidden potential in rebels and rule-breakers to make better compliance and security – and even drive organizations forward.  Follow Francesca on LinkedIn here. Learn more about Rebel Talent here.  Francesca’s vision: When people are not showing authenticity or stay curious in their jobs, the leaders are often to blame. People need to be truly trusted and empowered to bring their best contributions into the work that they do. I hope that 10 years from now, organizations are filled with leaders who are not afraid of being more transparent, being clear in expectations and giving more control away.  Frarncesca’s 3 advice: What can we do tomorrow: Let’s have clear expectations. Let’s make sure that as part of developmental plans, there are not only performance goals spelled out, but also learning goals. Let’s make sure that we have more conversations more often with more vulnerability, even about difficult topics like not finding energy in a specific set of task. What can we do in 6 months: Let’s not sit, waiting for others to change work – or how we approach it – for us. Let’s roll up our sleeves and get to action, thinking like the leader that I mentioned earlier from the airforce. What can we do in 5 years: Let’s try to make habits for behaviors that do not come so easily for us. Being curious and challenging the status quo, those are behaviors that we have in us, but that do not necessarily come out naturally. Therefore, it’s important on the long term that we continue to flex and use those muscles of agility that we have worked out a lot over the past year’s Pandemic. 

48mins

28 Jun 2021

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Rebel Talent with Francesca Gino

The Leverage Point Podcast

Who is a rebel talent and can it help your career? It turns out that breaking rules and pushing boundaries can help you stand out and thrive at work - it can be your leverage point. Francesca Gino from Harvard shares with us her research on self-leadership, curiosity, authenticity, and much more in this rebellious episode. More about Francesca: https://francescagino.com/ The Rebel Talent book The Rebel Test: https://www.rebeltalents.org/the-rebel-test ----- Music credits: Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod

31mins

27 Apr 2021

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036. Francesca Gino: Culture, Ethics and The Power of Authenticity

Leading Transformational Change with Tobias Sturesson

"Being curious is a skill, which more people would practice if it was actually referred to as a skill." Join your host, Tobias Sturesson, and his guest, Francesca Gino, for this episode on The Leading Transformational Change podcast. During their fascinating conversation, Francesca shares about ethics, culture, leadership, and authenticity. Be inspired by her insatiable curiosity and passion for creating more human, more diverse, and more ethical workplaces. Francesca Gino is an award-winning researcher who focuses on why people make the decisions they do at work, and how leaders and employees have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. She is the Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School and the author, most recently, of Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules in Work and Life. Gino is also affiliated with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, the Mind, Brain, Behavior Initiative at Harvard, and the Behavioral Insight Group at Harvard Kennedy School. She co-chairs HBS Executive Education programs on Behavioral Economics and Driving Profitable Growth. Duration: 51:08

51mins

22 Apr 2021

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SPOTLIGHT: Rebel Talent—Why it Pays to Break the Rules with Francesca Gino

The Gartner Talent Angle

*This spotlight is an excerpt from our 2019 interview. Rebels are generally seen as troublemakers whose decisions create chaos in our personal lives and workplaces. However, what if we saw these unconventional outlooks and rule-breaking decisions as constructive rather than destructive? Tune in to this episode to hear Francesca Gino, Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School and author of “Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life” discuss how can we challenge the status quo in both our work and personal lives to drive positive change.

18mins

15 Dec 2020

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Greatness Podcast (Ep 31) | Francesca Gino Discusses How to Achieve High Levels of Collaboration and Her Book Rebel Talent

Greatness Podcast

Can you help someone develop collaboration skills? Absolutely according to Francesca Gino, Harvard professor and author of Rebel Talent. Francesca joined the Greatness podcast to discuss how critical collaboration is in today’s disruptive business environment and the six training techniques to build collaboration skills in yourself and others. Francesca also shares the five secret talents of the rebels in your organization, and why having rebels is a good idea.

30mins

24 Jul 2020

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Attirare e sviluppare talenti con Francesca Gino, Harvard Business School Professor e autrice.

Future of Work - Alessandro Rimassa

Francesca gino spiega il concetto di “talento ribelle” come quel mix di creatività e innovazione che ha accompagnato le grandi imprese dell'umanità. Se ti interessano questi temi, scopri RADICAL HR Club: https://radicalhr.it Puoi fruire di questo e molti altri contenuti simili anche in formato video andando direttamente al mio canale YouTube Questa è una HR Interview ed è parte della mia riflessione sul Future of Work.

28mins

6 Jul 2020

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584: How Curiosity Can Help You Reinvent Your Career and Stand Out with Francesca Gino

How to Be Awesome at Your Job

Harvard professor Francesca Gino discusses why we shouldn’t be afraid to ask questions and nurture our curiosity. — YOU’LL LEARN — 1) The mindset shift that leads to great innovation 2) Why our fear of judgment is often overblown 3) How to resolve conflict peacefully with curiosity Subscribe or visit AwesomeAtYourJob.com/ep584 for clickable versions of the links below. — ABOUT FRANCESCA — Francesca Gino is an award-winning researcher who focuses on why people make the decisions they do at work, and how leaders and employees have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. She is the Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School and the author, most recently, of Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules in Work and Life. Gino is also affiliated with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, the Mind, Brain, Behavior Initiative at Harvard, and the Behavioral Insight Group at Harvard Kennedy School. Gino has been honored as one of the world’s Top 40 Business Professors under 40 and one of the world’s 50 most influential management thinkers by Thinkers 50. • Book: Rebel Talent: Why It Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life • Book website: RebelTalents.org • Website: FrancescaGino.com — RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW — • Book: Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses "No, But" Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration--Lessons from The Second City by Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton • Company: Second City • Personality: Massimo Bottura • Study: Carol Dweck: A Summary of Growth and Fixed Mindsets • Past episode: 001: Communicating with Inspiration and Clarity with Mawi Asgedom — THANK YOU SPONSORS! — • Pitney Bowes. Simplify your shipping while saving money. Get a free 30-day trial and 10-lb shipping scale at pb.com/AWESOMESee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

35mins

2 Jul 2020

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