Originally Posted by scho63
Yelling can only deliver results when it comes sporadically, not as SOP. People who yell 99% of the time to try and motivate or prove they are the boss, lose respect quickly. There are always exceptions to the rule like Bobby Knight or Woody Hayes but that was more about the legacy of the school and the program.
Any boss in my life who tried ruling by being a tyrant had the shortest and least successful career.
As people age, they respond less and less to people yelling.
There's a difference between office life and the NFL life.
But what guys like Haley don't get enough credit for is, for as much as they yell, they're also really good about rewarding those who try hard.
Rex Ryan always felt artificial to me. And I never bought into Singletary's ridiculous shtick. Josh McDaniels looked like a guy who was trying to be tough. The best coaches know how to balance being a dick while also giving you credit when you did things right.