Tuesday, February 20, 2007

We've Got Mail!

You spoke....we listened!

Effective today, you can now email your favorite clip to yourself, a collague or friend.

It is simple to do! Simply login to eClips, find your clip and choose the:
"Click here to email this clip" option on the right side of the screen.



You will be asked to enter a recipient's email address - and presto - the link to the clip as well as the transcript for that clip will be sent off through cyberspace to the interested party!

Login to eClips today to give it a spin!

Monday, February 19, 2007

Drew Faust Named 28th President of Harvard

I grew up at a time when men's and women's lives were also very rigidly defined and differently defined in ways that they no longer are today...If I drew all my cues from what I learned as a young person, I would be completely incompetent to deal with the world in which I found myself as an adult. -Drew Faust

Drew G. Faust, an eminent historian and outstanding academic leader who has served since 2001 as the founding dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, will become the twenty-eighth president of Harvard University, effective July 1.

In September of 2006, Faust spoke on a panel entitled "Defining Success" that was part of a week-long conference sponsored by the Harvard-Radcliffe Women's Leadership Project. eClips partnered with the Project to capture the content and include it in our extensive collection.

Click here to read a New York Times article about Faust's appointment to become the 28th president of Harvard University.

To hear more from Drew Faust's comments in eClips, click here.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Fine Arts vs. The Art of the Deal



Entrepreneurs are often described as people who are energetic, creative and perpetually thinking outside the box. Professionals in the Fine Arts are usually described with the same words. Despite this, it is rare to see "entrepreneur" and "artist" or "actor" in the same sentence!


Our new theme, Fine Arts Entrepreneurs includes clips from:

The eClips collection has captured the reality that an entrepreneur can exist in any area, industry or market sector. We hope these clips from professionals in the Fine Arts highlight this point!

Thursday, February 08, 2007

What A Year It's Been!

On February 7, 2007, eClips celebrated our 1-year anniversary!

eClips now contains over 7500 clips from over 400 experts. We are continuing to increase the diversity of our speaker pool which is now approximately 40% female and 15% minority.

As of December 2006, eClips had registered users from over 830 national and international universities across 68 countries.

Our vision is to capture and transform the real world wisdom in the everyday stories of experts and leaders of today to inspire, inform and educatre the leaders of tomorrow.

If you haven't yet tried eClips, take a look around and become a part of the world's largest collection of digital video on entrepreneurship, business and leadership!

Thursday, February 01, 2007

A Bird's Eye View (in this case a peacock!)

Lynn Calpeter is the Executive Vice President and CFO of NBC Universal.


In an extremely candid lecture to a class on Women, Leadership and Entrepreneurship at Cornell University, Calpeter shares her experiences as she climbed the ranks through General Electric to eventually become CFO of NBC Universal, one of GE's six major business units.

Her talk shares not only the nuts and bolts of her career path, but also includes the personal trade-offs and choices she made in her rise to the senior ranks of the organization.

Listen to Lynn Calpeter's comments in eClips.

Read more about Lynn Calpeter and her career choices in this June 2006 issue of CFO magazine.