10 Lessons From Moneyball That Have Nothing to Do with Data

Paul Hebert Audacious Ideas, Coaching, Employee Coaching, Employee Relations, Organizational Development, Paul Hebert, Pop Culture

The HR and management world had a datagasm when the movie Moneyball hit the theaters in 2011.  Although the book (which is much, much better IMHO) had been out for 8 years it took the writing of Aaron Sorkin and the looks of Brad Pitt to really crank up HR folks and the business blogosphere to 11.  Heck – I …

99 PROBLEMS: Positive Feedback Turns Into an Entitlement When You Coach Talent Hard

Kris Dunn Coaching, Employee Coaching, Kris Dunn, Performance

In my spare time, I’m a coach for competitive youth basketball teams – 6th and 3rd grade.  Like most things, there are different levels of competitive sports for kids.  Put our teams at about a “7” related to the level of competition they play (your kid’s church league team is a 2 or 3).  Strong enough, but not the AAU …