Posts Tagged ‘context’

Communicating Well is Critical to Baseball

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

I am a lifetime student and fan of baseball. Many people have a superficial understanding of the game and think baseball is a rather boring spectator sport. With a deeper understanding of how much communicating goes on inside the game, baseball becomes a fascinating spectator sport. Inside baseball is a term used across the media nowadays to describe the depth of understanding that practitioners inside a particular domain have, compared to outside observers.

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Leadership

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

The meaning of the word leadership is frequently debated written about. It is one of those words that hits different nerves with different people and has a very context specific meaning. Leading a family is different than leading a business and those are quite different than leading the Green Bay Packers. Yet, we see expert leaders and wannabe leaders applying common approaches. For sure, there are some common principles that embody good leaders across different contexts.

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