- Women have been hit harder by the pandemic across all areas of life. In sports, they will need to fight for equality to survive.
- February 20, 2020 by Ben LyttletonA new breed of soccer managers is owning up to vulnerability, and it’s helping them to connect with their teams (and get results).
- November 5, 2019 by Sally HelgesenCreating safe spaces for all.
- August 2, 2019 by Ben LyttletonThe best soccer coaches are able to produce elite performances from hard-to-manage players. Businesses should take note.
- February 7, 2019 by Ben LyttletonThe keys to improving clubhouse comity also apply to the office.
- January 4, 2019 by Ben LyttletonStrategies for taking penalty kicks in soccer can provide helpful lessons for high-pressure business situations, too.
- November 20, 2018Improvising in a structured manner will help ensure big bumps in the road don’t throw you completely off course. For more insight, read “How to Fail Successfully.”
- November 20, 2018 by Adam KahaneWhen problem solving breaks down and you have to wing your way forward, you might think you’ve failed. But a disciplined response can get you back on track. See also “How to Fail the Right Way.”
- October 24, 2018 by Randall S. PetersonListen to the specialists on your board and adopt “qualified consensus” for decision making.
- October 19, 2018Three ways to work across deep divisions. For more insight, read “There’s No Such Thing as Difficult People.”
- October 19, 2018 by Adam KahaneA shift in mind-set can enable us to improve our working relationships with those we struggle with. See also “How to Deal with ‘Difficult People’.”
- Understanding what differentiates a great leader from a good leader will help companies make the right choices for the top jobs.
- August 15, 2018How to resolve issues without compromising your values. For more insight, read “Collaborating Isn’t the Only Option.”
- August 15, 2018 by Adam KahaneWorking with diverse others doesn’t have to mean compromising your values. But if you just can’t do it, there are other ways to solve difficult problems. See also “Four Ways to Deal with Problematic Situations.”
- July 11, 2018 by Adam KahaneDisagreement can make solutions to our most difficult problems hard to see. But with practical tools and a shift in mind-set, diverse groups can create new realities.
- Inside every exceptional company are teams of people working across functions, year after year, doing things together they couldn’t do alone.
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