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Alan Stein’s 14 Bench Rules – Great Blog

By |January 23rd, 2015|

14 Bench Rules
While the 5 starters usually get most of the headlines and shine, in order for a team to maximize it’s true potential… it has to continually develop and maximize the other 10-12 players on the team. Bench players play an integral role in any team’s success.

I’ve been fortunate to sit at the end […]

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Jon Gordon 20 Tips for the New Year

By |December 31st, 2014|

Posted by Jon Gordon
 
20 Positive Tips for the New Year

1. Stay Positive. You can listen to the cynics and doubters and believe that success is impossible or you can trust that with faith and an optimistic attitude all things are possible.
2. Take a morning walk of gratitude. I call it a “Thank You Walk.” It […]

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Kevin Eastman – 3 Truisms in the Game

By |December 22nd, 2014|

Basketball Truisms

There are certain parts of the game that always hold true. As a staff you need to be aware of these things and make sure to incorporate them into your system of play. In addition, players need to be aware of these areas to make sure they look for them in the course of […]

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The Grass isn’t Greener – Jon Gordon

By |November 4th, 2014|

We often think that the grass will be greener somewhere else.
We believe we’ll be happier and more successful anywhere but where we are.
And so we pursue happiness and chase success thinking one day we will magically find them. But rarely will we find happiness and success by seeking them.
I’ve learned if you want success you […]

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My Favorite Team Building Exercises – Jon Gordon

By |October 20th, 2014|

Positive, high performing teams don’t happen by accident. They are built, cultivated and developed through great communication, shared experiences, positive interactions, common challenges, and vulnerable story telling that connect people at a deeper level. Having worked with many business and sports teams I’ve witnessed firsthand what many great leaders do to build their teams and […]

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Your Caring Trademark – By Jon Gordon

By |October 5th, 2014|

If you’ve followed Derek Jeter’s career and watched his improbable game winning hit in his final at bat in Yankee Stadium the other night, you know that Derek treated every at bat like it was his last and that’s what made his last at bat so special.
No one worked harder, played with more passion or […]

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Culture and Agile Leadership – Coach Popovich

By |September 4th, 2014|

Agile Leadership Popovich style
Gary O’Brien ⋅ August 19, 2014 ⋅
 

I recently had an article given to me by a colleague about the legend Spurs basketball coach Gregg Popovich. In it he was interviewed about his philosophy for building a great team that can respond to change and adapt on its feet. The parallels for me were […]

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Culture and Agile Leadership – Coach Popovich

By |September 4th, 2014|

Agile Leadership Popovich style
Gary O’Brien ⋅ August 19, 2014 ⋅
 

I recently had an article given to me by a colleague about the legend Spurs basketball coach Gregg Popovich. In it he was interviewed about his philosophy for building a great team that can respond to change and adapt on its feet. The parallels for me were […]

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The Real MVP Award?

By |May 27th, 2014|

Shane Battier voted top teammate

MIAMI — Shane Battier called it one of the biggest honors of his life.

 The Miami Heat forward was announced Saturday as the winner of the league’s Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year award, which recognizes selfless play, leadership, work as a role model to other players and commitment. The NBA will make a […]

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Feed the Eagles and Starve the Turkeys

By |May 21st, 2014|

Best Advice: Feed the Eagles and Starve the Turkeys
When any of us is in a stretch role – a new job, facing a learning curve, and not knowing how we will handle the challenge– it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.
When I was 20-something, I was running a channel program at Apple Computer, one that was directly […]

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