“We were more selfish as players (in the past). I wanted to do everything but it’s a different game these days.” – Diego Maradona Argentinian soccer great “It shows you that a team is not just one player. A player can win the tournament for you, like Argentina with Maradona [in 1996] but, in the end, everything […]
To energize their teams, leaders need to create and nurture a culture of learning and openness.
Companies with high levels of employee commitment achieved significant gains in financial performance and consistently outperform those with low scores.
In my work with many organizations, I have begun to realize that leading high performing teams effectively takes more than skill. It starts with the heart and soul of the leader: his perspectives, values and motives.
People often ask me about time management. But in return, I tell them it’s the wrong way to think about achieving balance. After all, there are only 24 hours in a day. If you stop thinking about managing time, and focus on managing energy, the field becomes open because while time is finite, energy is infinite.