Focus on the Whole Team: Set Healthy Boundaries to Succeed

As another college football regular season ended, the coaching carousel began. Rumors flew about coaches on the hot seat. Others had secretly agreed to new jobs. A dozen or so jobs were up for grabs, but the one that stood out was Scott Frost to Nebraska. He coached the University of Central Florida to an American Athletic Conference title. During the post-game interview, the interviewer asked him about his future. I understand the media’s want to break news, but Coach Frost wasn’t able to celebrate or break the news to his own team. It got me thinking. Are there any healthy boundaries in this highly competitive industry? Luckily, healthy boundaries at work can and should be set. Here are a few tips to setting healthy boundaries at work.