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Attitude Reflects Leadership

How Leaders Manage


Have you ever wondered why some people in an organization have bad attitudes?


Have you ever seen a sports team fall apart when things don’t go their way or after they get a bad break? 

It all comes back to their attitude.  So why do people develop a bad attitude?  Let me share what I witnessed recently that may shed some light on the subject. I was at a nine and ten year old baseball game.  Before the game started I noticed a player who looked like he had a lot of potential and athletic ability. The other thing I noticed was he was very confident.  Athletic ability and confidence usually is a combination for a great ball player. My dad would call it “cocky”.

This kid started out pitching.  During the middle part of the game a few breaks went the other team’s way.  You could tell it…

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