Whether it’s a CEO, a coach or someone else whose job it is to motivate others, a great leader is at heart a good salesperson. That’s because if an organization’s leadership isn’t constantly persuading the rest of the team to buy into an idea or a philosophy, the team is […]
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Teaching Athletes to Win On and Off the Field: Leave a Legacy by Helping Young People Live Their Purpose with Clarity, Character, and Confidence
If you want young people to perform their very best now and forever, help them discover their Life Word and watch them soar! Authors Dan Britton, Jimmy Page, and Jon Gordon explain how coaches can help young people develop their legacies today and create talented, passionate, and purposeful adults tomorrow. It’s […]
Eliot Burdett Despite progress, the following statistics on workplace diversity should trouble you: Ernst and Young recently did a study which found that more CEOs of large U.S. companies are named John (5.3%) than there are CEOs who are women (4.1%); there is not even a single solitary openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company; and Career Builder found that only 35% […]
(When You’re Used to Going It Alone) Collaboration is an incredibly valuable skill in today’s marketplace, and what’s more, women are naturals at it. But if you’ve always been the “lone (she) wolf” type, you may not know how to get started. Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly offers 10 tactics to […]