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    Courtesy of https://breakingthelines.com/opinion/hansi-flick-and-the-art-of-patience/ September 13, 2020 By: Abu Yasin Featured Image: @GabFoligno / Michael Regan – UEFA Photo Courtesy of https://apnews.com/article/23bea10a38b14d4ba987fb46c2adc4af Hansi Flick and the Art of Patience From being sacked from third-tier Hoffenheim in 2005 to winning Bayern’s second ever treble in 2020, it has been quite a ride for Hansi Flick. In the 14 years that followed his dismissal at Hoffenheim, he has stepped into the shadows and learned from his mistakes, slowly biding his time and perfecting his...

    File photo courtesy of The Canadian Premier League and York 9 FC Never underestimate the power of great leadership.   There is something special about people with the will to win. Whether it’s something they are born with or something they develop throughout life, you always want them on your team.  It turns out, that many great leaders possess an intense desire to win. They are driven to overcome obstacles and are relentless in their pursuit of their team to achieve success. Look...

    This article is from the "Friday Forward" weekly newsletter on September 4, 2020. More articles like this one can be found at: https://www.robertglazer.com/ What's Essential? - 09/04/20 Six months ago, if you had asked me what I believed was essential to myself, my family, and my business, I would’ve listed many things I now haven’t done for months, and that I do not miss. I might have told you that:  Travel was essential to my business. I could only...

    The following is from best selling author and keynote speaker Jon Gordon. 1. When you face a setback, think of it as a defining moment that will lead to a future accomplishment.2. When you encounter adversity, remember, the best don’t just face adversity; they embrace it, knowing it’s not a dead end but a detour to something greater and better.3. When you face negative people, know that the key to life is to stay positive in the face...

    Let' face it, coaching at the higher levels in many ways is all about micromanaging. But is there a way to accomplish your goals of being successful without driving everyone around you away. The following article by John Eades although geared towards business may off some insights that can be used on the field and in the back room. Please feel free to comment below. Courtesy of https://www.soccercoachingpro.com/4-4-2-formation/ Remote work has put managers in a precarious position. The natural...

    John Eades The following is from John Eades https://johneades.com/ the CEO of LearnLoft a leadership development company which exists to turn managers into leaders. https://learnloft.com/2020/04/20/4-habits-great-leaders-adopt-during-uncertain-times/ It’s not raw, natural talent or innate skill that makes up the difference between an average manager and an effective leader. Instead, it’s something anyone can do, but most find it difficult to master. The best separate themselves by changing basic habits. A habit is simply a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly...

    The following is from best selling author and keynote speaker Jon Gordon. 14 THOUGHTS ON BUILDING A GREAT CULTURE1. Great leaders build and drive great cultures. They know it's their number one priority. They can't delegate it. They must lead and be engaged in the process.2. Culture is the reason why great organizations have sustained success. Culture drives expectations and beliefs. Expectations and beliefs drive behavior. Behavior drives habits. Habits create the future.3. Culture beats strategy. Strategy...

    Taken from learnloft.com posted by John Eads June 16, 2020 Most leaders put in the effort to earn respect, while others naively rely on their title to provide it. Regardless of the way it is gained, without respect, you can’t lead. At best, you can manage others but forget the idea of getting the best out of a team. This is why the second leadership principle in Building the Best is: Without strong relationships, you can’t lead.   Even the thought of losing the respect of...