Harvard Business School Professor, Francesca Gino is author of Rebel Talent. She expands on why rebels aren’t a negative force, how to manage them, and how to utilize them to boost your company’s inventive spirit. And if you’re a bit of a rebel, how you can impact others in a positive way.
Francesca Gino on Rebel Talent
Harvard Business School professor and author of Rebel Talent, Francesca Gino joined me to discuss the impact rebels have on the workplace.
- How are rebels supposed to convince anyone to work with them when they look like chaos agents?
- Most see rebels as not trusting of others, power-hungry, and lone wolves. But is that reality?
- Is there any hope for rebels and top performers to get through HR or get hired?
- Speaking as a rebel, do rebels walk a really lonely work path?
- Do rebels naturally disrupt the organizational pecking order, and does that make leaders uncomfortable?
Learn more about Francesca Gino and Rebel Talent
- Buy the book! (You really should)
- Read more about Francesca Gino at her official website.
- Take the Rebel Test
- Here’s the piece Francesca helped me on in The Washington Post
- (And here’s the non-paywall version titled The Nazareth Factor.)