When we operate in secrecy, it costs us the trust of the people on our team.
building positive influence through transparent leadership
Our actions matter.
Everything we do either builds or erodes trust. Teams that don’t trust work in silos & the pieces never fit together well in the end
The Secret Sauce for Great Teamwork Isn’t Secrecy
Almost a century has passed since the White Sox threw the World Series in 1919, yet we still feel reminiscent shock and awe when we stumble upon the story that stunned a nation. Eight players formed a bond of secrecy, a bond that would ban them from the game for life
When I think about what must have gone on behind closed doors for the White Sox, I can’t help but reflect on team dynamics in other arenas. Take business for example. We are often in a pressure cooker, willing ourselves to perform consistently over time, which takes a toll on a team.