Barry Sternlicht: Leadership In Business And Real Estate

Barry Sternlicht: Leadership In Business And Real Estate

An interview with billionaire and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, Barry Sternlicht. In this interview, Barry discusses his leadership style and the traits he looks for in others he wants to make leaders in his companies. Barry also talks about lessons he has learnt from his long career in business and real estate.

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Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 1:19 When did you first come to Nantucket? 3:08 What would you like to do on the island? 6:47 What is your leadership style? 11:58 How do you lead millennials? 16:15 ADVERT 18:17 How to do practice self awareness and feedback? 22:46 Key learning experiences in your life? 24:52 Traits you look for in leaders? 29:38 Key people in your life? 34:57 Whats next? 37:12 What makes a hotel green?


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Interview Date: 22nd September, 2017 Event: Leadership Perspectives Nantucket Original Image Source:

Billionaire Barry Sternlicht: Leadership In Business And Real Estate


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