Author: Jessica MinasianLet’s face it. Sometimes, you might be leading a meeting and realize that things aren’t going your way. Attendees are not engaged, they’re more interested in their phones than what’s going on in the room, miscommunications are firing, and you’re left standing in front of a few unhappy people.
Being that it’s baseball season, and I’m a huge fan of the San Francisco Giants (go Bumgarner!), a sports psychology term came to mind: a shift in momentum. It happens when a series of points are lost or won during a game, and those actions change the momentum. Athletes, coaches… Read more >>
The article was published by Barry Schwartz and can be be accessed here. Thanks Barry!