Interpersonal skills are important for a leader because the people that are working for you need to feel connected. In this video, TCL member Whit Mitchell shares his insights on the great things that can happen in your company when you care about and are sincere with your employees.
Stop the Bending of Behavior Through Leadership Transparency
Today’s news is blanketed with stories of athletes, politicians and leaders who have bent the boundaries of behavior.
Take, for example, the issues plaguing the NFL and some of its superstars, including Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
They’re not being criticized for their skills or competencies — rather, they are being held accountable for their behaviors.
We hire for skill … we fire for behavior.Read More
In this short video, TCL faculty member Whit Mitchel talks about creating a common goal and mission that everyone can agree to.
All Business Experts, April 2015
Have you ever been on a high-performing team? I mean truly high performing, where the synchronicity of all members is so fine-tuned that it feels effortless the harder you push?Read More
By Whit Mitchell, All Business Experts, April 2015
Have you ever been on a high-performing team? I mean truly high performing, where the synchronicity of all members is so fine-tuned that it feels effortless the harder you push?
For those of you who have had the pleasure of watching a 2000-meter crew race, you have seen “symphony in motion.” The bodies moving in perfect harmony, the shell slicing through the water with precision.Read More
Do you remember the movie “Groundhog Day” where Bill Murray kept reliving Groundhog Day? “It’s like deja vu all over again.”
It has now been a month since many of us have made some commitment to creating a change in the new year. How is it going now that you’re 30 days into it? Does it feel like 2014 … deja-vu all over again?Read More
By Tom on Leadership
We can judge education and points of wisdom by their impact on long term success.
If you were to go back to 11 of your clients 25 years later, what would you find? How would they remember you? That’s what one coach did, and the results are both educational and uplifting.
I interviewed Whit Mitchell, long time athletic and executive coach, on the commonalities between those two coaching modes and his lessons from interviewing his Class of 1986 Dartmouth Crew champions later in life. Their life successes are remarkable, and even more so is the extent to which they trace that success to their experiences being coached by Whit. To listen to this interview, join our community.
How to be a Complete Leader with Whit Mitchell and Ron Price
Investing time and money in leadership development is one of the best investments an organization can make, says Ron Price, Founder and CEO of Price Associates and co-author of the book The Complete Leader: Everything You Need to Become a High-Performing Leader. Read More
Imagine your team standing in front of you right now.
Now imagine that each one of them is similar to the other: Each person is of the same age and sex and has similar perspectives, skills, and talents.
How would this affect your team’s ability to see different perspectives and to come up with unique and creative solutions?Read More
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