Working too many hours as a manager? You're taking on too many hot potato's. It's time to give them back.
A baseball catcher is the closest position to a manager in sports. In this article, I look at how the greatest catchers coach their pitchers to the next level.
I examine the team dynamics of a steel company in crisis in this article. The lessons in leadership apply in any high-pressure business situation.
Conventional wisdom states that leaders should zig when others zag. But is this advice prudent when it involves the safety of your team? When your decisions impact the well-being of others, lean instead on the wisdom of crowds.
This article examines a strategy that works for CEO's of Fortune 500 companies and coaches of youth sports teams. To build a winning team, these two conditions must be met.
"Rush out there with a ton of energy and tell a hilarious joke." A young, introverted manager asked my advice for his presentation in front of 200 people at an annual
“Was that a dog barking? Can you please put him outside for the rest of this conference call?” The barking did not come from a dog. It came from me. This is
Lamar Jackson is proof of how doubt can be used as fuel to take your performance to the next level.