The best organizations are not just employing players, they are building something bigger. Their leaders are intentionally creating a culture and continuing to drive and maintain that culture. Kevin sits down with Michael Lombardi, most recently on the coaching staff for Bill Belichick in the New England Patriots’ front office, after thirty years working for the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders, and the Cleveland Browns (where he was general manager for two years). He shares his thoughts about what makes football organizations tick at the championship level in his book, Gridiron Genius. Although the book focuses on the business of the NFL, Kevin and Michael discuss leadership principles, applicable everywhere. As a leader, you need to understand why you are in that position and help your people visualize success.
In this episode, Michael discusses 1. False duality. 2. Qualities of great coaches.
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