• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
  • 00:18    |    
    Preparing global leaders
  • 00:43    |    
    Video: Selective Attention Test
    • Count the times the white team passes the ball
    • How many passes did you count?
  • 02:28    |    
    Visualizing tests
    • Compute costs
    • Fill in the blanks
    • Visualize
    • Who do you like more?
    • Which would you do?
    • Which would you pick?
  • 06:07    |    
    Limitations of human thinking
  • 06:38    |    
    Skills to comprehensive thinking
    • Opposable mind
    • Emotional intelligence
      • How do you get emotional intelligence?
      • Anecdote: Travelling with former students
    • Being a visionary
    • Nurture imagination
    • Being a contextual chameleon
    • Being a monster mobilizer
    • Opening horizons
    • Communicating your vision
  • 18:12    |    
    Final credits

Preparing Global Leaders

New Media  | 07 de marzo de 2012  | Vistas: 24

Sam Potolicchio starts by quizzing students with small perception tests, revealing the quite surprising answers. He explains how human beings have mental models that need to be disrupted in order to communicate efficiently. He shares the abilities which are essential to prepare global leaders and guide them into a comprehensive thinking, such as having an opposable mind and emotional intelligence, being a visionary, a contextual chameleon, and what he refers to as a monster mobilizer. Potolicchio concludes by explaining the importance of having the ability to communicate one's vision and share the ideas with people who think differently, in order to be able to learn from others.


Sam Potolicchio is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University where…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín