Here we are.
UPDATE: If you’ve never heard Ben Zander, the orchestra conductor, speak on leadership, I recommend it strongly. Half an hour that will truly change your life.
Ben Zander, comfortable of course, in front of a large audience speaks on his work as teacher, university professor and professional conductor.
He has learned to look for the spirit of musicians and talks about “one buttock playing”, “bringing the light to people’s eyes” and “apologizing and inviting”. With these three rules of thumb, you’ll transform the way you work with others.
Welcome to the world of ease and merriment of Ben Zander!
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- Respects for the late Galba Bright
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