How to get rid of the angry boss | Hector Marcel | TEDxBushwick

One of the most liberating moments of a human life comes when we recognize our incredible capacity for transformation. Changing the way we interact with our world, changes the way we experience that world; bringing a kind of peace that is unmoved by external conditions. Hector talks about a moment of profound inner change that altered the course of his career and life.

Hector Marcel is an organizational change management professional specializing in performance, culture and service. He is the Senior VP of Learning and Change for John Foley Inc., delivering workshops on High Performance. Hector is also a teacher of eastern philosophy, applying ancient Asian ideas to modern western problems for individuals and teams. He is the Founder and Director of the 108 Lives Project, a micro non-profit connecting western social entrepreneurs with underprivileged communities in the East. Hector’s strength lies in his ability to genuinely engage with people’s core drives; to build networks that garner support for change and a greater vision of our world.

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