Jokes that Work
Everyone says, a great way to open a meeting or start
a presentation is to begin with a joke. Here is a quick
video that takes apart jokes so that you can make sure
to choose ones that leave your audience smiling.
We Don’t Motivate Employees
Here is an interesting take on Motivation. This video
will give you insight you if you are struggling to
motivate an employee or a team. It isn’t a “one size fits
Two Blind Sisters See For the First Time
Here is a video to use if you are looking for meeting
opener to remind people why we do what we do. An
inspiring story that makes us remember the patients
behind what we do which makes our work in this
industry all the more worthwhile.
Body Language: What we Can Learn from an
expert in Lie Detection
Some of the attributes of leadership are counterintui-tive. In this video, a behavioral investigator scientifically takes apart magnetism. These 6: 14 minutes
provide insight about smiling, interrupting, eye contact, nodding and body movement—and how they
contribute to others’ reactions.
Cari Kraft leads a team of master level recruiters at Jacobs Management
Group, celebrating 30+ years of executive recruiting in the healthcare (
pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology) and high-tech industries, nationally. Prior to joining Jacobs Management Group, Ms. Kraft has held positions
as a Senior Sales Executive, Director of Business Development and Director
of Marketing. She also has deep knowledge of the technology/startup fields,
having been in the industry through the rise of the Internet. Ms. Kraft is a
University of Pennsylvania/Wharton alumnus holding a degree in economics and decision
sciences. Cari can be reached at email@example.com.
By Cari Kraft, Jacobs Management Group
One of our most viewed articles, Motivideos is not all about healthcare, and
sometimes not strictly about business at all. It’s a means of kicking off any
morning meeting with some education, inspiration and humor. Starting the day
with a boost that will activate your endorphins and echo throughout the many
decisions you’ll be called on to make. We hope you take something useful away
from these selections.
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