Did Sir Alex Ferguson or Sir Richard Branson listen to the people around them or were they their own men? In this lesson, Professor Damian Hughes, quotes examples of when positive feedback impacted on buying future players and equally, how that attitude works in business too.
Who was Sir Alex’s after match TV interview for – the fans or the players? In this programme, Grant Leboff discusses with Professor Damian Hughes, the impact of those few minutes had on Manchester United’s players and those around them, and how the same lessons can extend to your business too.
What’s the difference between hoping you are going to win a game or expecting to win it? In this lesson, Grant Leboff discusses with Professor Damian Hughes, the dramatic way in which Sir Alex Ferguson instilled a positive focus into his players and how that relates to winning businesses today.
The average tenure of a football league manager is 16 months before they are dismissed, but Sir Alex Ferguson become the longest serving football manager in history. In this lesson, Grant Leboff discusses with Professor Damian Hughes, how Sir Alex Ferguson instilled cup winning objectives into his team members, how he planned for the future, and how that relates to successful businesses today.
How did Sir Alex Ferguson spot the potential in players like Beckham, Scholes, Neville, and Giggs? In this programme, Grant Leboff discusses with Professor Damian Hughes, how Alex Ferguson nurtured and pinpointed players with the right attitude and how that discipline transfers to a business environment.
Are your staff just doing their job or are they reaching for the sky? In this, the last lesson of this series, Professor Damian Hughes, in discussion with Grant Leboff, describes how Sir Alex Ferguson instilled the will in the Manchester United team to exceed all expectations.
Goal setting is not necessarily an easy task. In this lesson, Professor Damian Hughes describes how Sir Alex Ferguson achieved his goals by focusing on what was in his control.
People say that the real quality of management shows best when under pressure. In this lesson, Professor Damian Hughes offers various examples of how Sir Alex Ferguson handled himself, his team and the various challenges that presented themselves, when the pressure was on.
How do you remain confident of your own abilities when all around you are calling for your head? In this lesson, Professor Damian Hughes recalls how Sir Alex Ferguson remained confident during one of Manchester United’s worst seasons and how those lessons still apply to businesses today.