“Stop winning so much.” What?

By Bill Springer on July 8, 2014

Leadership expert and longtime Global Institute for Leadership Development™ faculty member Marshall Goldsmith isn’t kidding when he tells the executives he works with to “stop winning so much.” But as you’ll see in this short video clip, he’s not telling executives to “lose.” However, he is saying that most type-A/hard-driving leaders will be more successful, bring more people along with them, and lead happier lives if they can learn to ease up on their compulsion to be right and “win” all the time.

Are you addicted to winning? Is your boss? How does that make you feel? Share your story with us in the comments below.

Goldsmith_MarshallMarshall Goldsmith is a leadership expert and the best-selling author of over 30 management books, including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best sellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.



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When Bill Springer isn't writing for our Leadership Insights Blog, he's usually pushing a baby stroller, sailing, or riding bikes.....long distances.

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