|Working Smart at Stanford||alumni relations, communication, efficiency, leadership, meetings, productivity, professional development, Stanford, teamwork, work||
My blog is a repository of advice, observations, tools and trainings for efficient and productive work. In addition to writing about how to work smart (at Stanford and beyond), I plan to highlight some of the training and professional development opportunities on campus. My hope is to help people carve out the time to do interesting, forward-thinking, strategic work instead of getting bogged down in the day-to-day of the office.
|Ed Batista: Executive Coaching & Change Management||change management, coaching, leadership, management, marketing, motivation, organizational development, productivity||
Ed Batista is an executive coach, change management consultant, and an alumnus of the Graduate School of Business. In his role as a Leadership Coach at the GSB, he helps MBA students further develop their leadership capabilities. He writes regularly on leadership, management, executive coaching, organizational change, the strategic use of technology and related topics at www.edbatista.com. (Tom Peters loved it.)
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