If you’ve ever seen five-year-old children play soccer, you likely remember the image of a cluster of energetic youngplayers chasing a ball down the field. None of them really know what they’re doing yet, and no one wants to pass the ball.They’re far too young to understand the importance. While I miss those days, watching … Read more

As a soccer mom, I can’t help but notice the apparent similarities between soccer teams and professional work teams. My teenage son plays competitive soccer, and I’ve logged my fair share of hours on the bleachers or in a nearby chair. It’s only been in the last year that he made a move from rec … Read more

In a recent survey of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Advisory Council, self-awareness ranked as the most essential leadership development competency. Without self-awareness, blind spots in your work style can prevent you from achieving your goals.