By Gino Blefari
This week my travels find me at home, starting Monday with my typical Monday WIG calls. On Wednesday and Thursday, I participated in the HomeServices of America Belonging Summit, led by Teresa Palacios Smith, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, HomeServices of America.
To recharge after a busy but fulfilling week, I plan this weekend to watch the last two rounds of the Masters, which takes place at Augusta National Golf Course.
I’ve written before about the Masters, and if you’re a longtime reader of this blog, you’ll know I often draw references between sports and leadership. Golf, to me, is so much like leadership because for the most part, it’s a solitary sport – the work you put in shows in your results, just like it does when you lead a team. Here are a few more lessons we can learn from the Masters: