Lead-The-People Brochure

Download Brochure Lead-the-People Can I Get More Info? Name Email Phone (Optional) How Can We Help? Number 8 + 14 = Ready Set...
When to Critique

When to Critique

For many years I coached my Grandson – Jackson in soccer. Unfortunately, I was not able to coach him this particular season. The other day I watched anxiously from the sideline while he played. He is a natural athlete and was having a great game. However, the...
Keys to Creating Awesome Teams

Keys to Creating Awesome Teams

Creating awesome teams is an art and it requires that you care deeply about the big picture. In this excellent short video from Stanford’s eCorner, Cyriac Roeding gives four foundational elements to creating a great...
George Raveling – An Emotionally Intelligent Leader

George Raveling – An Emotionally Intelligent Leader

A frenzied crowd, a bad call, an intense game – a packed university arena quickly going out of control. Plastic cups, paper sacks crumpled into balls, just about anything that could be thrown by a fan zoomed onto the court. George Raveling, the Washington State Coach,...
Self-Healing Teams

Self-Healing Teams

Self-Healing Teams and Leading with Authentic Concern Great teams move fast, handle vagueness and uncertainty without getting ruffled, and instinctively produce high value business results. Members of those types of teams are happier, more engaged, and enjoy their...
Making the Team

Making the Team

Many years ago I had a young athlete and her parents come to my office. The question on their mind was, “What does a player need to do to make the varsity team?” At that time I was the head varsity girls basketball coach for Dayton High School in Oregon. I did my best...