“It’s a little like the bumpers you put in the bowling alley. Even when they get a little off track and the ball is going to go in the gutter, the bumper brings it back to the middle.”
Why Entrepreneurs Must Manage Humility and Humanity
Even though you’re “the boss”, the most successful company managers have learned to listen, coach, and collaborate more with their people. It’s a hard-learned lesson for some entrepreneurs who have grown in a more “command and control” environment. In this video, you’ll hear a bowling analogy about management from Pioneer Bank CEO, Ron Coben; and Briggs & Veselka Shareholder, Adam Dimmick, shares a story of how one client admitted his weaknesses, hired to augment them, and experienced dynamic growth – all because of humility and humanity.