What’s the secret to become a better leader? We thought we’d take this opportunity to highlight five past posts on the subject of entrepreneurial leadership.
A while back, we looked at how two of the greatest basketball coaches in history approached team building.
These two coach’s strategies collide. John Wooden built his game around his players. Bobby Knight recruited players around his game.
It’s a perfect example that there is not just one way to get the job done. You have to do what works for you.
Leading diverse generations
These two coaches had an advantage – they were leading people at the same stage in life. How do you lead teams with disparate people?
Specifically, today’s workforce has a greater range of ages than any prior to it. As an entrepreneurial leader, how do you bridge the generation gap at work?
You’ll see a discussion of leading-edge thinking and timeless thinking. We concluded that age doesn’t matter when learning new ways, even if they’re old ways!
The I in Team
You’ve heard the saying, “There is no ‘I’ in team.” Grammatically, it’s a correct statement.
However, if your leadership philosophy ignores the individual, you won’t be a BIGG success. Discover how to lead teams of outstanding individuals.
Even an ass can learn to collaborate
It’s one of our favorite poems of all time. It’s about two donkeys and teamwork.
More specifically, it clearly shows the benefits of working together instead of against each other. See how even an ass can learn to collaborate.
Test your team spirit
We’re sure you’re not an ass. But you may want to see if you’re a team player. Learn about a great tool to test your team spirit.
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