In Rebel Talent, today’s guest shows us why the happiest and most successful among us are those who break the rules and how we can all do it more.
The world’s best chef. The pilot who landed his plane on a river. The magician who made history. The computer scientist who changed animated films forever. What do they all have in common?
They are all rebels.
Our guest has been studying rebellion and conformity for more than fifteen years. She has discovered that when we mindlessly follow rules and norms rather than constructively rebelling against them, we become less happy and less successful in every area of our lives. While rebels may seem disruptive, they are ultimately good for business: their passion, drive, curiosity and creativity can raise organisations to a new level.
When we break the rules, we fix our lives.
We welcome award-winning Harvard Business School professor, behavioural scientist and author of Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life, Francesca Gino
- Italian master chef and Rebel Massimo Bottura
- Rebellion reframed as a constructive force
- 5 core elements of Rebel Talent
- Napoleon, the rebel
- Hidden biases towards Rebellion
- Morningstar Case Study
- Breaking conformity
- The need for Novelty
- Following Rituals
- Novelty in Business
- Inviting Curiosity
- Adriano Olivetti and Exploration
- Counterfactual Thinking
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