Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Oppenheimer – Barbenheimer Part 2

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The second film for the Barbenheimer weekend is the Christopher Nolan film, Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer tells the story of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy). He’s the creator of the atomic bomb. 

The Barbie and Oppenheimer movies couldn’t be more different from one another. Barbie is a fun romp, while Oppenheimer tackles the difficult decisions and consequences of the creation of a bomb that killed hundreds of thousands of people. 

That’s what makes Barbenheimer such a great idea; you get a fun movie with a weighty film.

Cillian Murphy as Oppenheimer in Oppenheimer movie

Oppenheimer will deliver on that front if you’re looking for something heavy. It’ll also drop an atomic bomb of leadership lessons on you as well.

Read on for the outstanding leadership lessons found in Oppenheimer.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Paddington 2

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Paddington Bear (Ben Wishaw) once again makes an appearance on the big screen. After settling into the community, Paddington is a beloved member of the community who makes the lives of those around him better… Until one night when a thief breaks into Mr. Gruber’s (Jim Broadbent) antique shop to steal a very special pop-up book.

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Paddington witnessed the thief breaking into the antique shop and began pursuing the culprit. Only to be accused of the theft himself.

This is when Paddington 2 really picks up steam. And the leadership lessons from Paddington 2 begin.

Caution: Paddington 2 spoilers below.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Paddington 2

1. Great leaders spring into action:

As Paddington 2 begins, we see a bear couple enjoying their time together on a bridge. The female bear, Lucy (Imelda Staunton), notices something wrong in the raging river below. There is a branch with a young bear cub struggling on it. Worse, the branch and cub are heading towards a waterfall.