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By Calum Matheson Everyone who speaks in public eventually runs into a problem: having a good idea is not the same thing as convincing other people that your idea is good. History is full of revolutionary ideas that never came to pass because of institutional inertia, individual resistance to change, or simply failures of imagination. […]
By Tim Barouch Great leaders make difficult decisions with high stakes. These decisions change organizations by shifting their strategic priorities, and the results can be painful for some. For this reason, great leaders understand that it is crucial that stakeholders support their visions and buy into new organizational trajectories.
By Chris Lundberg A good bit of the conventional wisdom regarding pitching–especially in the entrepreneurial context–has solidified around two goals: 1) tell a good story, and; 2) pitch with passion. It is hard to argue against either of these things: a compelling narrative is always helpful, and showing passion can boost a pitch.