Bracken Darrell is the President and CEO of Logitech. Since Bracken took the helm, Logitech’s revenue has more than doubled to $5.25 Billion. He has proved that being an authentic, 100% human imaginal leader drives real and measurable business success. Here’s some key takeaways:FEEL and act like you own the company you work forFind good mentors (AKA friends) and allow them to find youSeek advice from people with totally difference experiences and perspectivesGet your hands dirty with design and care about the small stuffBe prepared to fire yourself if that’s the right thing to doStand up for what you know to be trueChallenge racist, sexist, classist behavioursUse your privilege and power to drive positive change .. if you don’t, who will?Go to https://www.katzkiely.com/ for full transcripts and to sign up to the Humans Leading Humans newsletter and to send feedback and suggestions.Find out more about how beep supports leaders through cultural and operational change : https://wearebeep.com/Katz on twitter : https://twitter.com/katzybeep on twitter : https://twitter.com/beepmindshiftFind out about beep’s CREATE Framework and it’s uniquely effective approach to cultural and operational transformation here ; http://wearebeep.com/Humans Leading Humans is brought to you in partnership with the Marketing Society. TMS inspire, accelerate and unite the worlds smartest leaders - find out more and join the global community https://www.marketingsociety.com/Thanks to SuperTerranea for the magical sting of stings: https://www.superterranea.com/
Bracken Darrell is the President and CEO of Logitech. Since Bracken took the helm, Logitech’s revenue has more than doubled to $5.25 Billion. He has proved that being an authentic, 100% human imaginal leader drives real and measurable business success. Here’s some key takeaways: FEEL and act like you own the company you work for Find good mentors (AKA friends) and allow them to find you Seek advice from people with totally difference experiences and perspectives Get your hands dirty with design and care about the small stuff Be prepared to fire yourself if that’s the right thing to do Stand up for what you know to be true Challenge racist, sexist, classist behaviours Use your privilege and power to drive positive change .. if you don’t, who will? Go to https://www.katzkiely.com/ for full transcripts and to sign up to the Humans Leading Humans newsletter and to send feedback and suggestions. Find out more about how beep supports leaders through cultural and operational change : https://wearebeep.com/ Katz on twitter : https://twitter.com/katzy beep on twitter : https://twitter.com/beepmindshift Find out about beep’s CREATE Framework and it’s uniquely effective approach to cultural and operational transformation here ; http://wearebeep.com/ Humans Leading Humans is brought to you in partnership with the Marketing Society. TMS inspire, accelerate and unite the worlds smartest leaders - find out more and join the global community https://www.marketingsociety.com/ Thanks to SuperTerranea for the magical sting of stings: https://www.superterranea.com/
NJ and Greg talk with Logitech President and CEO, Bracken Darrell, about Logitech doubling down and making some big bets at the start of the pandemic and how those big bets paid off. Bracken shares some of the great things they are doing at Logitech including a successful focus on gaming, and how they are in a strong position coming out of the pandemic. Bracken is a wonderful storyteller and his story about a meeting he was in with GE CEO Jack Welch is a classic! Listen as Bracken talks about his career journey and how the tough spots are where you learn the most. Then the brothers finish the episode with their thoughts on the Yankees, the NBA and Memorial Day. Happy Memorial Day to everyone and thanks to all those that served and those that made the ultimate sacrifice for all of us.
Shorts 19 | Bracken Darrell: Welche Vorteile haben Startups gegenüber großen Unternehmen?
Jungunternehmer Podcast - Der Podcast für Startup Gründer
Dieser Ausschnitt ist aus einem Interview mit dem Logitech Geschäftsführer Bracken Darrell, aufgenommen beim Pirate Summit in 2019.Falls dir der heutige Short gefallen hat, würde ich mich freuen, wenn du den Podcast abonnierst oder einem Freund bzw. einer Freundin empfiehlst, der bzw. die diesen Impuls gerade brauchen kann. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bracken Darrell was kind enough to give me time out of his incredibly busy schedule to share his story. For those of you who don’t know him, Bracken has been a fast-rising executive who excelled throughout his professional career and was eventually brought in to turnaround Logitech in 2012. Under his leadership, Logitech’s market capitalization has grown by more than 6x and the rise has been meteoric. But most people don’t know that Bracken started with very humble roots. He grew up in Kentucky and was raised by a single mother. His story and philosophies are so rich with thought and intention
Shorts 12 | Bracken Darrell: Mehr Unternehmer einstellen
Jungunternehmer Podcast - Der Podcast für Startup Gründer
Wieso brauchen wir mehr unternehmerisch denkende Mitarbeiter?Dieser Ausschnitt ist aus einem Interview mit dem Logitech Geschäftsführer Bracken Darrell, aufgenommen beim Pirate Summit in 2019.Falls dir der heutige Short gefallen hat, würde ich mich freuen, wenn du den Podcast abonnierst oder einem Freund bzw. einer Freundin empfiehlst, der bzw. die diesen Impuls gerade brauchen kann. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Future of Work | Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech
The Dumbest Guy in the Room
By now, everyone knows about how the pandemic sent millions of (former) office workers scrambling to outfit their homes with new tech for the onset of a year of remote work. What isn't so intuitive is how much people have -liked- working from home: More than 40% of U.S. adults now say they'd be willing to take a pay cut to be able to work remotely from anywhere they choose. On this episode of The Dumbest Guy in the Room, Logitech CEO (and this week's smart guest) Bracken Darrell joins host John Dick for a discussion of how the pandemic jumpstarted tech and work trends that began years before COVID-19 entered the lexicon. They also talk about company leadership, what it means to "fire yourself," and who exactly is picking up all those phone calls from unknown numbers. Subscribe to the CivicScience newsletter at civicscience.com.
The 2 Most Important Goals in the World: Sustainability & Social Justice w/ Bracken Darrell
What are the 2 most important things in the world right now? Saving the planet with environmental responsibility and unlocking the power of every individual with diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. In this episode, I interview Bracken Darrell, CEO at Logitech, about his unwavering focus on legacy. What we talked about: 3 user-centered design principles The vulnerability and excitement of breaking down walls The inextricable goals of social justice and sustainability To stay connected with Innovation Nation, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our website.
Bracken Darrell – Trust Your Instincts but Ask If You Are Unsure
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
Bracken P. Darrell is the president and CEO of Logitech. The company is worth 12x more than when he started there in 2012. “Failure is rarely fatal. But success is never final.”Bracken Darrell Worst investment everBracken once went to lunch with one of his board members at Logitech. His name is Neil Hunt. As they were chatting, Bracken asked Neil what he had worked on. At the time, Bracken did not know anything about the company Neil worked for.Neil told him that he had worked on an algorithm all day. It was an algorithm that was trying to help recommend something to users. He explained to Bracken that they already had a recommendation algorithm, but he was trying to understand why the two algorithms were bringing different results.Impressed by Neil’s curiosityNeil was the head of product at his company. Bracken was so impressed by the level at which Neil and his company were trying to understand their product and user behaviors to give their customers a good experience.Bracken invested in the company as soon as he got back to his office. He put in a lot of money into the company. The stock doubled in two months. In six months it had gone up by 250%.Something just did not sit right with his investment decisionThough Bracken was super impressed by Neil’s company, he had this little voice in his head that made him uncomfortable about the investment he made. Bracken felt uncomfortable because Neil was a member of his board, and he thought that this would be seen as a conflict of interest.Bracken thought that the smart move would be to sell his stock, so he sold half of it.The stock continued to double, and the more the stock went up, the more Bracken felt uncomfortable.He kept thinking that if people knew that Neil was a board member, they would think he had gotten insider information. Eventually, he sold his entire stock. The stock ended up going up 30-fold. The company is Netflix.Bracken should have known betterInstead of selling his stock, Bracken should have gone to his general counsel and inquired if he had done anything wrong. He would have been told that there is nothing wrong with investing in your board member’s companies.But Bracken never asked, so he lost so much money by selling a stock that has continued to grow tremendously over the years.Lessons learnedTrust your instinctsTrust your intuition on things that you feel are good for you. Chances are, they are good.Hold onto your investment for as long as possibleMost people get out of investments too early. When you invest, do not be afraid to hold on to it for as long as you can.Communicate and ask for adviceBefore you sell your investment, seek advice. If you are having doubts about your investment, communicate with the people involved. There might just be a better solution than selling your investment.Andrew’s takeawaysThink long termYou should look at your investing period over decades. So if you are 30 years old, you want to retire when you are 60. That is 30 years, but do not forget, you are probably going to live to be 90, that is another 30 years, so we are talking about 60 years. When you put 60 years into your head, it helps you think long term and not short term.Sometimes all you have to do is askIf there is anything that you do not understand regarding your investment, ask and get the help or advice you need. But do not keep it inside. Ask.Actionable adviceTake a long-term view of everything in your life because you will rarely go wrong if you bet on long-term trends.No. 1 goal for the next 12 monthsBracken’s number one goal for the next 12 months is to make tremendous progress on diversity and inclusion at Logitech.Parting words “Stay focused on the long term, and you will have a long successful life.”Bracken Darrell [spp-transcript] Connect with Bracken DarrellLinkedInTwitterWebsiteAndrew’s booksHow to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock MarketMy Worst Investment Ever9 Valuation Mistakes and How to Avoid ThemTransform Your Business with Dr.Deming’s 14 PointsAndrew’s online programsValuation Master ClassHow to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock MarketFinance Made Ridiculously SimpleBecome a Great Presenter and Increase Your InfluenceTransform Your Business with Dr. Deming’s 14 PointsConnect with Andrew Stotz:astotz.comLinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeMy Worst Investment Ever Podcast
83: "It's All About Learning!" Higher Education's Incredible Yield - with Bracken Darrell, CEO and President of Logitech
The EdUp Experience
In this episode of The EdUp Experience, Joe and Liz talk with Bracken Darrell, CEO and President of global, multi-billion dollar, industry and market leader in the design and innovation of computer peripherals and software, Logitech. Currently, Logitech is valued at over 12B dollars with a global reach so impactful that its products are sold in nearly every country in the world. Bracken is consistently ranked as one of the world's top CEOs. Bracken explains how Logitech was able to ramp up their production of hardware to meet the needs of K-12 and higher education institutions to support online learning and will continue to innovate in the education sector. He also shares his goal to use his public platform as a change engine to drive diversity, equity, and inclusion within his organization, while emphasizing transparency to ensure accountability. As a believer in constant reinvention, he also explains why every leader should be prepared to fire themselves. And as the leader of one of the biggest technology companies in the world, Bracken describes why higher education is so important in developing critical thinking skills and creativity. Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next time for another episode! Contact Us! Connect with the hosts - Elvin Freytes, Elizabeth Leiba, and Dr. Joe Sallustio ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow us on Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening! We make education your business!