Confidence Gets You a Leadership Gig, but Humility Lets You Keep It

RJ Morris Coaching, Culture, Leadership, RJ Morris

I’ve been spending a lot of time lately working on leadership evaluation and selection.  Specifically, we spent a bunch of time talking about how to make better talent decisions. In addition to looking at times we got it right, we also analyzed a lot of failures—what made Tom unable to perform at the level expected, and why did Sally self-destruct? …

Four Things that Make a Business Builder

RJ Morris Always Be Closing, Business Development, Candidate Pool, Driving Productivity, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Recruiting, RJ Morris

Twitter is in the news a lot lately, with the return of Jack Dorsey as its CEO. Some stories revolve around Dorsey and his relationship with Fred Wilson, a relatively famous venture capitalist who writes at Wilson has some great insight into what he looks at when picking a business leader—not an Ops person, but a leader. I like Wilson’s …

“Instant” Replay Is An Oxymoron

John Whitaker Bad HR

With all due respect to my Detroit friends, this one was worse… fourth down, two yards to go, three minutes left in the game, the Dallas Cowboys face a do-or-die situation. The decision to “go for it” is easy, the decision on “how” is not—this is what makes the NFL great: the time has come for the best athletes in …