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Rebecca L. Herman, Ph.D, is a leadership professor, transformational speaker, passionate volunteer leader, baseball blogger, and avid photographer. She loves to work with people to help them achieve their fullest potential. Dr. Herman is a Professor of Leadership and Organizational Development for Kaplan University's School of Business graduate programs. Prior to her academic appointment, Dr. Herman enjoyed a successful career as a leader in Human Resources for over two decades. She is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi fraternity with over 30 years of volunteer service and is currently serving as International Vice President on the Executive Board. Dr. Herman lives with her son in San Diego, CA. She holds a Master's degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, a Ph.D in Organization & Management from Capella University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). For more information, please visit RebeccaHermanPhD.com

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    10 Leadership Lessons from Major League Baseball | Rebecca Herman Ph.D 10 Leadership Lessons from Major League Baseball | Rebecca Herman Ph.D Presentation Transcript

    • Powered by insights from Rebecca Herman
    • This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Rebecca Herman Rebecca L. Herman, Ph.D, is a leadership profes- sor, transformational speaker, passionate volunteer leader, baseball blogger, and avid photographer. She loves to work with people to help them achieve their fullest potential. Dr. Herman is a Professor of Leader- ship and Organizational Development for Kaplan Uni- versity’s School of Business graduate programs. Prior to her academic appointment, Dr. Herman enjoyed a successful career as a leader in Human Resources for over two decades. She is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi fraternity with over 30 years of volunteer service and is currently serving as International Vice President on the Executive Board. Dr. Herman lives with her son in San Diego, CA. She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, a Ph.D in Organization & Man- agement from Capella University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). @BeAServantLdr
    • 1 ON PASSION “Even the worst days that you have on this job, it’s still baseball … you’re doing something you love. It’s a privilege to be able to do something you have such a deep passion for. I don’t take that for granted.” - Mike Scioscia, manager Los Angeles Angels
    • 2 ON LEADING BY EXAMPLE It’s better to be seen than heard.” - Gio Gonzalez, pitcher Washington Nationals
    • 3 ON EARNING RESPECT “On the trust part, my job is to make them understand that I have their back, good or bad.” - Ron Washington, manager, Texas Rangers
    • 4 ON KNOWING YOUR PEOPLE “You manage it one player at a time…. each guy I try to connect with individually, each guy I try to understand individually.” - Joe Maddon, manager Tampa Bay Rays.
    • 5 ON CULTIVATING RELATIONSHIPS “I’m just like you, I’m your boss, but I’m just like you. I eat and shop at the same places; I listen to the same music and wear the same clothes you do.” - Ron Gardenhire, manager Minnesota Twins
    • 6 ON SUPPORTING YOUR PEOPLE “When you know that a manager has your back, you’ll have his. You want to play for him, you want to show up every day and give it your best, you want to play hurt, and you want to do all that for your manager.” - Ryan Doumit, catcher Minnesota Twins
    • 7 ON COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY “Listening is probably one of the most important things I do here.” - Joe Maddon, manager Tampa Bay Rays
    • 7 ON COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY “Listening is probably one of the most important things I do here.” - Joe Maddon, manager Tampa Bay Rays
    • 8 ON KNOWING YOUR GAME “Ted Simmons was a guy that I played with, Teddy taught me how to play the game. He taught me how to look deeper than just playing the game; he taught me how to study the game.” - Ned Yost, Kansas City Royals
    • 9 ON FOSTERING TEAMWORK “To me the biggest joy for a manager is seeing a player play up to his potential. You win with twenty-five; you don’t win with fifteen; so all twenty-five have to play to their capabilities. If they do, and you’ve got the talent, you win.” - Davey Johnson, former manager Washington Nationals
    • 10 ON CREATING A WINNING CULTURE “What I’m most proud of is the culture change, the belief in how it should be done, and then going out there and doing everything they can to make it work and make it happen.” - Ron Washington, manager Texas Rangers
    • How do you keep your edge as a leader? REALLY REFLECT...
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