Lessons From The World of Sports

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Did you watch the Super Bowl? Unfortunately, this year wasn’t nearly as exciting as last year–but what happened after the game turned into a great learning experience…As did quite a few other stories from the past month’s news.
Lessons from the world of sports
It’s been the talk of the media for the past two days. Here’s what many are forgetting.
It’s not everyday that a coach leads his team to the NBA finals and gets fired while the team leads its division. Right or wrong, here’s my take on why Cleveland had to act.
Straight from the headlines
A perfect case study in how to handle criticism with emotional intelligence.
It takes time to see how a rebrand will really play out, but this one hints at some major flaws in the Uber leadership team’s ability to see the big picture.
Lessons in leadership
Do you really want to be a better leader? You might want to try something with surprising benefits: stepping down.
When it comes to building relationships, there’s arguably no meeting more important than the one-to-one. Check out these tips on making yours count.
Hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to reach out if you get a minute–I love hearing from readers and extending a helping hand when I can.

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