Coaches are called upon to help nurture, develop and grow performance, working with individuals to unlock their fullest – and often unrecognized – potential. Coaches with courage are confident in their approach and are willing to discuss the un-discussable with talent
The secret to success in business is durable competitive advantage. Only products that demonstrate a desirable difference to their competitors are likely to win audience attention
Creativity isn’t something you’re born with. Creativity is developed. People convince themselves they aren’t capable of seeing things differently; “I’m not that creative, I just don’t have it in me.” Wrongly, these same people bestow undue praise on those they deem to be of superior creativity than them; they hold them up as some sort of creative messiah.
There is one common denominator among successful people. Hunger. They have a desire to master or achieve something. They have a drive to propel themselves forward. They are willing to do everything necessary to achieve their vision. Successful people have set a higher standard for what they want from their lives. They have made the conscious decision to take action as they pursue their dreams.
Building and cultivating a high performing team is essential for achieving success. In almost every situation, having a well-functioning team is the best way for you to attain high levels of performance, innovation and employee satisfaction.
Do you think like a winner?
Having a winning mindset is the most powerful tool in achieving success!
Often you see and hear sport coaches and athletes talk publically – and proudly – about the need to develop a winning mindset; the need to have a “positive mental attitude.” It has always surprised me that outside of sports this way of thinking – and its importance – is not understood and often quickly dismissed. Declaring the importance of having a winning mindset in the office can get you dismissed as soft. Everyone is so busy trying to get things done that they reject anything that sounds idealistic. But… Here is the truth, battles are won and lost in people’s minds long before they are fought! I can think of one team of content creators who have talked themselves into defeat. They think they are being beaten and it is that mindset alone that is causing them to misstep.
Are we are own worst enemy? We, as an industry, seem to continually relegate the importance of talent. We seem intent on de-humanising our brands in favour of uninterrupted music sweeps.
Giving feedback to another person is never easy. It can be difficult for you, as the manager, to deliver and it can be uncomfortable for the person receiving your feedback.
I’m a talent guy. I find radio stations that put the effort into finding entertaining and/or interesting people and focus on creating space for them to perform, tend to leave a better impression with me
Coaches are called upon to help nurture, develop and grow performance, working with individuals to unlock their fullest – and often unrecognized – potential. Coaches with courage are confident in their approach and are willing to discuss the un-discussable with talent.
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