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A leading sports psychologist reveals the 9 keys to winning, no matter what kind of team you're on-in business, sports, or life.
PRAISE FOR WHY TEAMS WIN
"Bursting with ideas, suggestions and great stories that the sports fan will love and the business person can use to create their own future. Dr. Miller's 'Nine Qualities' are bang on". - Gordon Huston, President & Chief Officer and Envision Member, Envision Credit Union
"Saul Miller has for over 30 years made contributions to the success of teams, businesses, and athletes. Saul has used tried-and-true methods and introduced cutting-edge ways to help improve performance. Once again Saul has nailed it, sharing his knowledge and experience in Why Teams Win. This book will be part of my own preparations to get the best from teams that I coach." - Pat Quinn, Long-time Professional NNHL and International Hockey Executive, Coach, and Manager
"Having worked closely with professional basketball coaches for over 25 years, I understand what goes into 'winning teams.' Dr. Miller gets right to the essence of winning in a clear and easy-to-follow manner. It is a must read for anyone working for a 'W' for the team." - Michael H. Goldberg, Executive Director, MBA Coaches Association
"Miller understands team behavior. In Why Teams Win he explains the real factors to team success. The book is a practical, clear, and concise guide to winning." - Davey Johnson, Baseball Star, World Series Winning Manager, AL Manager of the Year, Team USA Olympic and World Baseball Classic Manager
"The Detroit Red Wings Hockey Club uses many, many of Dr. Saul Miller's 9 Keys to Success in his terrific book Why Teams Win. Your company can win too by using these time-tested principles. I recommend it to those who want to build a sustainable, first-class company." - Jim Devellano, Senior VP Detriot Red Wings (NHL) and Detriot Tigers (MLB)
The Nine Qualities of Winning Teams.
Chapter 1: A Sense of Purpose: A Meaningful Goal.
Chapter 2: Talent.
Chapter 3: Leadership.
Chapter 4: The Game Plan.
Chapter 5: Commitment.
Chapter 6: Feedback.
Chapter 7: Confidence.
Chapter 8: Chemistry.
Chapter 9: Identity.
Chapter 10: Character and a Winning Formula.
Chapter 11: Different Teams, Different Demands.
Chapter 12: Applications and Team Exercises.
Posted May 9, 2009
Picked up Why Teams Win as I'm currently coaching my son's little league team. It has been helpful working with the kids, however, I had no idea how relevant it was going to be to my own work. I manage a corporate sales team, have been doing so for almost a decade, and can not believe I haven't thought of/come across some of these practices in the past.
Specifically useful for me is how Miller defines the different types of team and outlines the different coaching/team building strategies for each one. I work in a org that's very top down, which requires one leadership style, but my specific group is very individually based, which requires another, something I never thought of before.
If you work in business, or in a team setting of any kind, I'd be very surprised if you didn't find this of use.
Posted August 29, 2010
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