Whether coaching kids or leading adults, the simple lessons we learn on the ball fields of our lives are relevant and timeless. When you truly believe in your team, everything becomes possible.
Posts By Brian Schooley
Organizations typically proclaim their employees are their greatest resource. Employee development is a powerful way to validate that proclamation.
Being in a leadership position is like being in a parade every day. People are watching, and you have the ability to manage their perceptions.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to motivating and recognizing employees. Leaders must invest the time to know their employees and meet them at their needs.
My father provided me valuable life and leadership lessons. Dad’s work ethic has been an enduring example of how to model integrity and excellence.
Leaders need to know what they should hoard and what they should purge. The key is finding the right balance in terms of time, people and guiding principles.
Negativity can overtake a work center over time and degrade productivity and morale. Battling this organizational menace requires energetic, involved and invested leadership.
Leaders often claim they have an open door policy. For this to be effective, they must also have an open mind policy.
When asked who we consider a great leader, many of us will name someone famous who has inspired millions. However, many will also name those closest to them who have invested in their career and cared about them.
Greater mission demands with smaller workforces are driving a need to reframe the old axiom Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way. It also demonstrates the need for strong leadership, dynamic followership and accountability.