TED Talks: Learning from leadership's 'missing manual'

22nd Jan 2010
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This week's TED Talks features Fields Wicker-Miurin who discusses why leadership doesn't have a user's manual, but instead says stories of remarkable, local leaders are the next best thing.

Wicker-Miurin is co-founder of Leaders' Quest, an organisation that brings together leaders from around the world to learn about key trends in their regions, and to explore their role as leaders. Through regional "Quests," leaders learn how their efforts are interconnected and have the potential to improve the world at the global level, too. Leaders' Quest is cross-cultural, interdisciplinary, and multi-generational.

Watch the other TZ picks of the fantastic TED Talks series: Gerver Tulley and his tinkering school, Dan Pink on the science of motivation, TED Talks: Alexis Ohanian on how to make a splash in social media and Tim Ferris: Smash the fear, learn anything

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