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Why Teams Win. 9 Keys to Success In Business, Sport and Beyond. Edition No. 1. Jossey-Bass Leadership Series - Canada

  • ID: 2216711
  • Book
  • March 2011
  • Region: Canada
  • 224 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Winning isn't easy. The world is becoming more and more competitive, with a greater need than ever for people to work together effectively in teams to make organizations successful.

There is no better model for success in business than the world of sport, with its bottom-line performance culture and its relentless focus on creating winning teams. In Why Teams Win, renowned sports psychologist Dr. Saul L. Miller-the man who teaches elite athletes and top sports teams how to be successful-uses sport as a powerful metaphor for the world of business.

Why Teams Win distills Dr. Miller's work with hundreds of high-performance teams-in the worlds of sport, business, healthcare, and the arts-into lessons to help business teams perform. Why Teams Win: - Identified the 9 key characteristics of successful teams. - Describes how to improve personal, organizational, and team performance in each of these 9 areas. - Explains how and why to apply different strategies to different types of teams. - Outlines how to balance the needs of the individual with the needs of the team. - Helps people work together and perform to the best of their abilities. - Shows how to get the maximum potential out of a group of individuals. - Features advice, quotes, and interviews from high-profile athletes and coaches, as well as from business leaders. - Includes self-evaluation and team-building exercises.

Why Teams Win offers anyone wanting to improve their personal and team performance a proven and accessible formula for success.
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Acknowledgements vii

Introduction 1

The Nine Qualities of Winning Teams 11

Chapter 1: A Sense of Purpose: A Meaningful Goal 15

Chapter 2: Talent 25

Chapter 3: Leadership 33

Chapter 4: The Game Plan 49

Chapter 5: Commitment 59

Chapter 6: Feedback 77

Chapter 7: Confidence 95

Chapter 8: Chemistry 107

Chapter 9: Identity 119

Chapter 10: Character and a Winning Formula 131

Chapter 11: Different Teams, Different Demands 157

Chapter 12: Applications and Team Exercises 169

References 191

Bibliography 199

Index 203

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Saul L. Miller
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