Sydney Finkelstein is the Steven Roth Professor of Management. He is also an Associate Dean of Executive Education, at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, where he teaches courses on leadership and strategy. Sydney has published 20 books including Why Smart Executives Fail, Think Again, and Superbosses. On today's episode, Sydney discusses what makes super bosses so unique in terms of how they lead and how they keep great talent.
02:15 - Do super bosses also have other talents?
03:15 - Super bosses know what kind of talent to look for.
06:55 - Is the pie big enough to be shared when talent wants to start their own business?
09:05 - Sydney shares an example of bosses being supportive of their employees.
11:35 - Trying to keep your talent is going to end up hurting you more than help you.
13:30 - Is it easy being a super boss in corporate company culture?
15:45 - Are organizations aware that they're doing something special with their company culture?
20:45 - There's a big change happening in our global economy where organizations are focusing much more on human relationships than on automation.
27:35 - Millennials want to have an engaging work life and provide impact.
28:05 - How can you be a super boss?
33:25 - You might not be able to do all of the 'super boss' action steps, but you can still do a lot of them.
37:30 - When you work with a super boss, there is no expiration date to that relationship.
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