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Free report: Bright ideas in business from TEDWomen 2017

At a workshop at TEDWomen 2017, the Brightline Initiative helped attendees parse the topic, “Why great ideas fail and how to make sure they don’t.” Photo: Stacie McChesney/TED

The Brightline Initiative helps leaders from all types of organizations build bridges between ideas and results. So they felt strong thematic resonance with TEDWomen 2017, which took place in New Orleans from November 1-3, and the conference theme of “Bridges.” In listening to the 50+ speakers who shared ideas, Brightline noted many that felt especially helpful for anyone who wants to work more boldly, more efficiently or more collaboratively.

We’re pleased to share Brightline’s just-released report on business ideas from the talks of TEDWomen 2017. Give it a read to find out how thinking about language can help you shake off a rut, and why a better benchmark for success might just be your capacity to form meaningful partnerships.

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2018-01-14T00:15:40+00:00December 23rd, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: |
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