Today I want you to learn from Francesca Gino, who has done extensive research into the value of being rebellious in life and in business. She’s convinced that deviating from the status quo, thinking outside the box, and acting in a way that’s not often done is the best way to get a real advantage in business.
It may sound bold, but rebel talents are the talents you should be acquiring. As it’s been said, the greatest risk lies in never taking one.
[pullquote align=”normal”]“Rebelliousness has a lot of advantages for businesses.”[/pullquote]
Click here to listen to this interview. There are 5 talents that comprise Rebel Talent: curiosity, perspective, diversity, authenticity, and engagement, and Francesca Gino is convinced that cultivating this set of qualities is key to making greater strides in any company’s growth and development.
On this episode of My Quest for the Best, we’re sharing this bold interview with Francesca Gino, who’s teaching us the value of being rebellious in a deliberate, strategic way. Francesca isn’t just an expert on the value of rebelliousness, but she is the Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and an authority on leadership and why it’s so important for those at the top to understand the range of behaviors and interactions across organizations.
Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes. My Quest for the Best (https://www.myQuestForTheBest.com) is the podcast where ambitious small business leaders discover strategies and tactics to unlock their growth potential. Check out the nearly 200 thought-provoking and business enriching interviews now available, and subscribe so that you get notified when new ones are posted. You can also recommend other outstanding business and thought leaders to be guests on the show!