Business and sports seem connected in a number of ways. They both involve strategy, tactics, planning, practice, and intense competition with the aim of winning. Leaders in organizations seem particularly fond of sports analogies and terminology, and recently Psychology Today asked leaders about how their experiences in sports impacted their leadership style. Here’s what they […]
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You’ve probably felt the pressure in your leadership career: Everyone is depending on you. You can make no mistakes. Not even a tiny misstep. And in the face of the pressure to be perfect, guess what? You also have to do it alone! As absurd as those concepts are when you read them, many leaders […]
In today’s world, we’re all trying to be multi-taskers. At work, at home, while driving — it’s rare that we focus on just one thing at a time. But do we ever stop and think: at what expense? Tony Schwartz explains that as it turns out, there really is no such thing as a good […]
No one likes to be wrong. But unfortunately, literally everyone makes mistakes. Business leaders make important decisions daily. But when they make mistakes, their heads are often held accountable to a much larger chopping block. L. Lavon Gray is a certified leadership coach and recently weighed in on how leaders should manage their mistakes: Be […]