We all make mistakes – it is part of being human. However, it is how we recognize and handle our errors that can separate good leaders from really great leaders.Marcel Schwantes, principal and founder of Leadership From the Core, writes in a recent Inc.com post that there are a “few prevalent leadership mistakes that even the best and smartest leaders tend to make,” including:– The mistake of not giving employees a listening ear. Those leaders that really listen to their employees build trust and make them feel a part of the culture and workplace “family.”– The mistake of not giving employees enough information. It is important to keep our employees in the loop when there are changes happening. This will help overall morale – even if the changes taking place aren’t the best news.– The mistake of not coaching their employees. Just like top athletes have a coach, employees should have good managers. continue reading » 17SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
In truth, they have looked out of their depth among the Premier League elite from the moment they paid the price for a naively attacking game-plan in a 4-1 defeat at Liverpool on the opening day of the season. Farke was hamstrung by Norwich’s decision not to spend big money on new signings following their promotion. Once Teemu Pukki’s early-season goal rush dried up, they have been on a relentless slide towards the Championship. A 3-2 win over Manchester City was a rare highlight but just weeks later a 5-1 home defeat against Aston Villa underlined the problems undermanned Norwich would endure all season. Norwich now face losing promising youngsters Todd Cantwell and Max Aarons to Premier League clubs when the transfer window opens. Read AlsoEverton fans laud Iwobi’s outing against Norwich City West Ham’s second win in four games was a huge lift to their hopes of staying up. David Moyes’ side are six points above the bottom three with three games left against Watford, Manchester United and Aston Villa. Norwich were sunk in clinical fashion by West Ham United to confirm a record fifth relegation from the Premier League on Saturday. Antonio’s four-goal blitz fired West Ham to a 4-0 win at Carrow Road A seventh successive league defeat for Daniel Farke’s side sealed their fate as Antonio’s ruthless display boosted West Ham’s own survival bid. Norwich are 13 points from safety with only three games left, meaning they are certain to make an immediate return to the Championship after last season’s promotion campaign. The Canaries have become accustomed to relegation in the Premier League era, going down on four previous occasions in 1995, 2005, 2014 and 2016 Farke was already resigned to relegation before this weekend given Norwich had lost every game since the coronavirus hiatus. With all games being played behind closed doors, some Norwich fans might have been relieved not to have to watch the embarrassment of their limp demise in person.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?9 Iconic Roles That Got Rejected By World Famous Actors10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be AwesomeMysterious Astrological Discoveries That Left Scientists Baffled6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right NowCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe World’s Most Desirable Fruit – Pink Pineapple6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True Loading…
The Sheffield Steelers relinquished top spot in the Elite League standings as they slumped to a 5-3 defeat to the Belfast Giants on Friday. Press Association The Steelers raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to first-period goals from Dustin Kohn and Jonathan Phillips, but Belfast were on level terms in the second period when Evan Cheverie and Cody Brookwell found the target. Calvin Elfring and Robby Sandrock gave Belfast a 4-2 lead in the final period and although Ben O’Connor pulled a goal back for the shell-shocked Steelers, Craig Peacock added gloss to a remarkable comeback victory with the Giants’ fifth strike with 22 seconds remaining. The Braehead Clan needed to win to replace Sheffield at the summit and they did just that with a comfortable 4-2 victory against the Fife Flyers in the day’s other game. Scott Pitt opened the scoring with the game a mere one minute and 48 seconds old, before Bobby Chaumont levelled for the Flyers early on in the second period. The Clan were back in front six minutes later when Neil Trimm slotted home, before Leigh Salters extended their advantage in the third period. Chaumont pulled a goal back for Fife with eight minutes of the game left before Pitt capped off a fine display with his second and his team’s fourth with 41 seconds remaining.
(REUTERS) – India coach Anil Kumble urged his team to move on from the debacle in the opening Test against Australia as the hosts seek a series-levelling victory in the second match starting tomorrow.On a raging turner in Pune, Australia triumphed by 333 runs inside three days, snapping India’s 19-Test unbeaten run stretching back to their tour to Sri Lanka in 2015.While Virat Kohli’s men won in Sri Lanka and West Indies, they also vanquished South Africa, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh for six straight series victories.“You can’t keep winning every game. It has to come to an end at some point of time,” Kumble, 46, told reporters yesterday.“Twenty games in current scenario of Test cricket, it’s quite challenging for an international side to keep going out there and winning. That’s what this team has been able to do across conditions.“We have adapted to various conditions and various situations and that’s what we didn’t do in the last game. That’s why the result didn’t go our way.”The former spinner, also India’s highest wicket-taker in Tests, said Pune was just a blip in an otherwise bumper home season.“I don’t want to look back. We are here to look ahead. As a coach it’s more important for me to look ahead,” said Kumble, who took over the coaching reins last year.“It was one of those games where things didn’t go our way and we just need to move on. Another three Test matches in the series and we are really looking forward to that.“We have had a fantastic home season and it’s just one of those games where things didn’t go our way.”Kumble said Australia were a quality opposition but India did not play to their potential.Asked about the nature of pitch to be used for the second Test, the Bengaluru native said: “It’s generally been a good batting surface and I’m sure it’s going to be a result wicket.“That’s exactly what we want in a Test match.”