WPL: Pivotal Plays Exec. Series prest. by Morgan Frankiln-6/13
Mon, 13 Jun 2011|
CSN Washington dot com. On -- have the privilege to moderate in the first pivotal plays executive series. Presented by Morgan Franklin. Featuring legendary -- or go to Morgan wooten. And president and CEO of choice hotels and PG county native Steve Joyce. We touched on everything from the NBA finals -- somebody thought it was a good idea to pig who got a hotel mini bar. Anyway check it out it's -- -- -- DC united match for Comcast in them is a first time. I stood between the benches and in my dumping them from doing in game broadcast enemy or Ben Olsen. Who was terrific terrific player for a long long time according to World Cup teams he's now a second your coaching DC united very young coach. And was threatening to watch him. Coach in things went wrong early in the -- of their starting four. Twenty or younger age guy's three in the back in defense so mistakes when it happened that it will they were -- The -- break it. It was interesting how to watch him the one guy he was park and the second the second time he wanted to bark at them he called Clyde Simms over who's a veteran. Which -- Clyde Simms Clyde Simms went over and talk to. Different -- I guess it can't always come from. Do you sometimes it's a teammate sometimes maybe someone works for you that has said the message that maybe it comes it could -- way interest in tactic. Yeah yeah. My favorite way of giving feedback. Is to talk to some about what I think. But -- engaging one of their peers say look. You know -- for me and Matt maybe you think my viewpoints woman may be there's. But go talk to go talk your period I was make sure you have an advance -- you know what he's gonna say don't get that but. But that one of them one of the most effective things is now we hear it from -- report -- But here from some -- appear. I think actually the pure coaching is probably more powerful and come from the coach or they or their boss did you find that it isn't true leadership and where that would. Anyway that we would out of that somehow I would grab one of our key players because maybe another guy wasn't performance and look he got yet and is a year and here's what you have to tell him. And maybe this is our best player may be it's it's a Danny Ferry listening to talk to somebody formation Adrian Bentley is gonna go get -- guys here. But it's amazing what would motivate different people. I've been known to be little sarcastic. But. I'll say this that would James Brown still tells the story today had motivated him at they have and we were. Like tied in the game we should be wood in and I had a -- -- -- national I see where Alice Brown has one rebound. But before and and I think analysis a great job if you go ahead and another rebound the second half then you'll have to play. Thanks -- -- he finished with 22 rebound. -- tells a story so but I -- middle of sarcasm always got the. Like sometimes is just yeah it's it's a subtle little things as a reminder Mets could stop. And I thought I found that maybe that a lot of that that's a game with a said the somewhere in here and this is a coaching comes -- you look at certain coaches over the years as a sports fan. And say it would mean great business that would medical business specialists -- similar reserve. Are or you know almost identical what makes great coaches. In what makes what make really strong executives and so yeah I would say actually might but I would say the first examples -- noticed. -- true leaders were coaches either either personal coaches. That I experience which by the way. You know as a budding -- -- were restored it to new Carrollton I never got to look for me wants. And I'm. I'll just say and I know I was there and available so you remember him. Not now and it's. As enjoyable stuff thanks to them for being here are people I'll see you Tuesday. CSN Washington dot com.