Embracing T.R.I.C.K for Leaders in Business & Education
Esther Wojcicki, “The Godmother of Silicon Valley,” Legendary Teacher, Best-Selling Author, and CEO of Global Moonshots in Education that aims to transform a 100 year old, industrial era education protocol joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Esther Wojcicki discuss the following:
- Your 2019 book release, “How to Raise Successful People” is based on your philosophy T.R.I.C.K., can you tell the audience what this acronym means and how was It derived?
- Your background is in education and as I understand you are eager to break into Corporations to teach this philosophy. Can you tell me why you are making the transition from education to the Corporate world?
- How can T.R.I.C.K be leveraged in Corporations and why do you believe that this philosophy could truly drive positive results in Corporations and transform corporate culture?
- What is your response to managers and leaders who have doubts or angst about this philosophy working in the Corporate environment?
- When can we expect for T.R.I.C.K for Corporations to be released to businesses? And where can we sign up to learn more about this new and exciting Leadership training program?
Esther Wojcicki is a journalist and award-winning educator, a pioneer in the integration of technology into the classroom, and a world renown advocate for students and teachers. She is the mother of Susan Wojcicki (CEO of YouTube), Janet Wojcicki (Professor of Pediatrics at UCSF) and Anne Wojcicki (Founder and CEO of 23andMe).
Dr. Wojcicki is the recipient of a number of teaching awards and sits on the Board of leading educational organizations, including PBS Learning Forum and Creative Commons. She serves an advisor for EdTech companies, non-profits, foundations, and the U.S. Department of Education. Wojcicki has taught at Palo Alto High School since 1984, where she currently teaches journalism and English. There she began the journalism program which has grown to become one of the largest in America. She has worked as a professional journalist for multiple publications and blogged regularly for The Huffington Post. She is now a contributor to Thrive Global.
She is the founder of the Journalistic Learning Initiative at the University of Oregon (2016) and holds honorary doctorates from Palo Alto University (2013), Rhode Island School of Design (2016) and the University of Central Brazilia (2018). Esther has been intimately involved with GoogleEdu and the Google Teacher Academy since its inception and remains a guiding force. She is the author of Moonshots in Education (2014) and How to Raise Successful People (May, 2019).
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