Speaker Lynda Resnick provides tips for leaders in this interesting and short business management talk. Resnick draws from her own experience as a business leader, and says that offering entrepreneurial incentives to management is one way to keep large businesses nimble.
Resnick compares companies to people in this speech, claiming that they do have a life expectancy. For more mature businesses to stay relevant and successful, Resnick believes that they must reinvent themselves.
Resnick also discusses the process of hiring in this talk. She jokes and says "Thank God for Google", but seriously encourages leaders to research candidates before hiring. Resnick also claims that one can learn more about an individual after watching them work for a few hours than they ever will during the interviewing process.
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Lynda Resnick Keynotes
Speaker Lynda Resnick is an entrepreneur, business woman and columnist. Resnick is the Vice Chairman...