Each week I read a number of peak performance and entrepreneurial articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks this week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.
By: Hult News
What’s inside the mind of a great leader? In her latest Global Webinar ‘10 things business leaders should do’ Professor Hannah Greenwood – leadership coach, former psychotherapist, and Professor of Leadership at Hult – looks at the psychological aspects leadership, and how to achieve ‘the champion mindset’ required to be a great business leader. Read More
My Comment: Thought provoking article on leadership
By: Raj Setty
Have you created a mess for yourself as a result of being in a bad mood?
You are not alone.
Bad moods suck.
Yet, you and I get into bad moods often BECAUSE others in our life push our buttons.
I admit that don’t have a recipe to stop others pushing your buttons.
I do have a simple approach to reset your mood back so that you have more power.
The five-step approach is simple – you can internalize it by practicing it for a few items consciously until it becomes part of how you react to “someone or something pushing the buttons.” Read More
My Comment: Excellent article… If in a bad mood, it needs to produce better outcomes not hurtful outcomes.
By: Jon Gordon
Before I spoke to the Atlanta Falcons during pre-season I had the opportunity to spend some time with Mike Smith, the head football coach. Coach Smith had been on the coaching staff of the Baltimore Ravens when they won the super bowl in 2001 and he has coached other teams since. Knowing he would have a unique perspective on what makes a team, a great team I asked him what he thought was the difference between a great football team that wins the super bowl and an average team that doesn’t. Read More
My Comment: Exceptional article on being a team.
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