In the sports section of last Sunday’s Philadelphia Inquirer, Phillies new general manager, Matt Klentak, said the following:
Players will reach their ceilings when they are playing confidently, when they are in an environment that is loose and that allows them to be the player that they want to be. When you are surrounded by people you know, people you like, people that encourage you, a coaching staff or manager that inspires you, all these things allow players to be at their very best.
Thoughts Joe and Wanda?
Joe Kerr: Paaansy!
Wanda B. Goode: There are many different management styles, but regardless, if a manager is able to create an environment as Klentak describes, good things will happen.
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