What can you apply to your work team from looking at the coaching methods and disciplines of college sports? Based on a study released by Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) which surveyed almost 2000 coaches on how teams sustained success by building resilience there are 5 Key Elements in Building a Resilient Team. Throughout the final report of the survey “Sustaining Success by Building Team Resilience: Lessons Learned from College Sports Coaches” there are refere
How does “Organizational Focus” drive success…or failure?
It seems that any corporation has its ducks in a row, whether they are in the best order or not. What I mean by that is that, in all my years in a corporate environment, I have seen some great strategic integrity with plans in place for overall Vision, Mission Statement, Strategic Plan, Goals, SWOT, etcetera. They always have a one year, five year and ten year plan with great transparency. All employees in these best-
There seems to be a strong correlation between the financial health of an organization and the leadership culture and behaviors within that organization. When reinforcing strong leadership, trust and collaboration throughout the organization better financial performance was realized. Likewise, when key behaviors were missing so were the financial gains. Based on recent research developed by Interaction Associates and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) a larger percentage of hi
I wanted to share the letter I wrote to Southwest Airlines... My first time in Portland I made an error on the train system on the way to the airport. I arrived late to the airport at approximately 6:00 pm for a flight that was to depart at 6:24pm. I hurried to the United Airlines ticket counter. With such a narrow window to make my flight I immediately explained my error and how I just wanted to make this flight to get home to my wife and children and then asked how I could