by Lea Stojeba
Playing to Their Strengths
Shortstop, catcher, pitcher, mid-fielder. Each player in a game of baseball has strengths and skills which determine where in the game they’re best suited to help the team win. But without a winning strategy and a coach to lead the team to victory, even the sharpest-shooting team lacks the cohesion needed to bring their strengths together to secure a win.
While no self-respecting MLB team manager would make that kind of play, I see it happen all too often in the workplace. Executive leadership implements a game plan and gets management, human resources, and accounting team leads on board with the play-by-play course of action. Each department leader is invested in the outcome, but fail to communicate to their employees where they stand in the grand scheme of things.
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