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Framing an idea to get your team to think big can really matter

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In eight years, Jake Schwartz helped take General Assembly from a single learning center to a network of business and tech courses with 20 campuses and 50,000 alumni around the world. In 2015, Schwartz was named one of Crain’s 40 under 40. The same year, General Assembly was declared the most innovative company in education by Fast Company. Schwartz attributes the company’s growth in large part to getting his team to think big every day.

In the first video of our members-only series, Schwartz explains how to frame a wildly expansive vision and motivate your employees to achieve it.

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