Be a Rebel with a Cause: Break Rules for Positive Change with Francesca Gino
Or maybe you think of rebels as troublemakers and outcasts and choose instead to follow the rules to get along.
This month, we take a fresh look at rule-breaking. Francesca Gino, a Harvard Business School professor and a behavioral scientist and researcher, shows us why and how to be a rebel.
She is the author of an exhilarating new book called Rebel Talent: Why It Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life.
In this interview, you’ll learn:
- How a small change in your language can open you up to a new world of possibilities
- Why rebels can be a force for positive change in life
- The 5 characteristics of rebel talent we all can unlock
- The approach from improv comedy that will make others listen to your rebel ideas…and so much more!
In the After Interview, Kim Dettmer (above with Francesca’s book) — an artist, author and one of our original Women on Fire members — shares why she sees herself as a rebel.
I can’t wait to hear about the rebel you see in yourself!