Business leader, do you want to acquire that amazingly talented person who works for the competition? Coaches, do you want to build a Dream Team like the Miami Heat? Brian Dodd says all leaders lie in bed at night and dream about what could be if they just had the right people. He credits a recent Fast Company magazine interview with helping him achieve insights into talent acquisitions and integration.
What’s the Big Idea?
Key factors shown in the cases of great teams with multiple superstars include the following: consistency, sacrifice, talent, short-term loyalty, familiarity, value, commonality, bonding, identity, collaboration, cohesion, specialties, space, integration, decision-making, credibility and time.
Martha Stewart. Bernie Madoff. Scooter Libby. Barry Bonds. They were public figures, leaders, and role models. They were also all liars, in fact, and part of a national epidemic of lying, says the author James Stewart.