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Look at Me Leadership

Look at Me Leadership

Look at Me Leadership originally posted at “The Winner’s Edge“ What makes an individual great — is it their work ethic, their natural talent, or their unwillingness to relent to adversity or failure? Could be one, could be all, could be a combination. When the individual is called upon to lead, whether by hiring, vote, or

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The Key to Creating High Performing Teams

Last week at the What Drives Winning Conference, Florida softball coach, Tim Walton, referenced a TED Talk by business leader, Margaret Heffernan. In it, she cites research by evolutionary biologist who studied productivity using chickens. William Muir devised an experiment to find out what would make chickens produce more eggs. Chickens live in groups, so

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4 Keys to Oregon State’s Team Culture

So many vivid pictures of March Madness history play in my mind this time of year: Villanova upsetting Georgetown, La Tech’s short sleeve uniforms, Jimmy V looking for someone to hug, Pat Summitt’s orange suit, Laettner’s turn-around jumper and Charlotte Smith’s shot that lifted UNC to the title. And add last night’s thrilling finish to

Feb. 20, 2016 - Surprise, AZ, USA - Kansas City Royals general manager Dayton Moore, right, visits with Baseball Operations Assistant/Player Development Chris Getz during a spring training workout on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016, in Surprise, Ariz. (Credit Image: � John Sleezer/TNS via ZUMA Wire)

From Worst to World Series

From Worst to World Series: Dayton Moore’s Process You may or may not have heard of Dayton Moore, but if you follow professional baseball, you have heard of the Kansas City Royals.  Once the laughing stock of Major League Baseball, the Royals have gone from baseball’s worst team to one of baseball’s hottest teams, fresh

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