Leo Bottary

  • What We Can Learn From Team in Training

    What We Can Learn From Team in Training

    Just last month, more than 50,000 people completed the 43rd edition of The New York City Marathon.   It’s a remarkable event, which I am happy to have finished twice, and it’s also the birthplace of the organization we know today as Team in Training.  Its story is quite amazing.  Back in 1988, Bruce Cleland gathered

  • Giving More Than You’re Getting?

    Giving More Than You’re Getting?

    Ask most employees if they’re giving more to their organizations than they are getting in return, and they’ll proudly say, “Of course. I’m working 80 hour weeks and responsible for adding millions of dollars of extra top-line revenue to my firm.” They hear the question in terms of justifying the company’s investment in them and

  • Is Leading a Company Like Playing Chess?

    Is Leading a Company Like Playing Chess?

    A CEO would be lucky if it were that simple.   I was reminded recently of a conversation I had many years ago with a friend of mine. We were talking about chess and how “interesting” the game might be if we were challenged to lead the chess pieces rather than control them.   Think about that

  • Leader or Ringleader?

    Leader or Ringleader?

    Several years ago, Paola Schifino, principal at Florida-based advertising and branding agency Schifino Lee, told me a story about her daughter’s soccer team I’ll never forget.   Turns out, there was a girl who wasn’t very happy with the way the coach was leading the team.  This girl shared her feelings with her teammates in an

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