Former baseball player, Mike Robbins, now an author and sought-after leadership expert, shares his notes on how team sports help individuals develop good emotional intelligence and effective leadership skills.
In this episode, our primary discussion will be focused on leadership and how to balance trust, building relationship and respect in the organization.
You will be learning the following:
00:35 – Introducing Mike Robbins
03:41 – Anecdotal Experience with engaging in sports
11:48 – Balancing trust, building relationship and respect in leadership
17:20 – Honesty vs. Authenticity
22:16 – Creating a healthy competitive collaborative working environment
26:37 – Recognition vs. Appreciation
31:30 – Hiring Process
37:27 – Examples of good leaders and company
46:26 – Reinventing the workplace
50:26 – Human to human interaction and group thinking
56:41 – What can leaders do so organization won’t spiral out of control
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A good, strong, authentic leader communicates proactively authentically transparently about what is going to happen and what are the kinds that needed to be done in approaching it.
And as we’re learning now, a lot of the work can be done independently and we can collaborate with each other using different tools and platforms. And that seems to be the future of work.
And the biggest opportunity is going to come out of this is we’re going to reinvent what the workplace looks like.
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