The Performance Project” is focused on lessons for leadership and management from live performing arts, music, theatre, and dance, and from sports.
James Schreier's insight:
The following link is to a song, "Why" from "Tick, Tick, Boom!" Thanks to Michael Ingersoll, (Under the Streetlamp, Jersey Boys) for giving me: "Over and over and over til we got it right." It's clearly the theme song for this topic and The Performance Project. Message to leaders and managers: PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!
Business lessons can sneak up in the oddest of places. Even viral online games can give us insight into important organizational processes. I'm not afraid to admit it; I've been playing Candy Crush Saga off and on for a few months. For those unfamiliar, it is a highly addictive game where you work
Have an interview coming up? Don't miss these 5 lessons that will give you an interview makeover. They may be exactly what you need to land the job!
James Schreier's insight:
This is an article I wrote for Work It Daily (Careerealism). It is connected to the articles I wrote based on reality shows like Kitchen Nightmares, Bar Rescue, and The Profit. This article points out the lessons that can be learned from the interviewing skills of these shows' hosts.
TAKEAWAYS: 1. When you feel the signal, leave the herd and do your own thing. 2. Make the first move and talk to strangers no matter if you are an introvert or extrovert. 3. Get their information, so you can make the next moves. 4. Reach out to a decision maker in multiple ways and times to have a chance of becoming known. 5. When you are nervous or feel a progressive move is dumb, that's exactly the action you must make at that moment. Just do it!
Pam Borton, who coached the University of Minnesota women's team for 12 years and became the winningest head coach in the school's program history, is a global leadership consultant. She shared some leadership lessons with SHRM Online that she learned fro
After passing an extensive background check and being vetted by the CIA (Claus Intelligence Agency), I was granted an exclusive one-on-one interview with Santa Claus, one of the most legendary leaders of all time. I was eager to learn the secrets of his success. How does he maintain passion for his work after all these…
One of the things I’ve most enjoyed while watching this first season of Westworld is trying to figure out which tech CEO Ford is most like. Is it Elon Musk with his big dreams and even bigger ambition? Or is it Jeff Bezos with his need for ever-increasing excellence and high pressure, no-regrets management style? Is Ford inspired by all of our worst tech leaders and a few of our best ones? His character seems to be a collage of famous quirks, Hannibal Lecter eyes, and byzantine logic trees.
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