Organize Your Team Today: The Mental Toughness Needed to Lead Highly Successful Teams

Organize Your Team Today: The Mental Toughness Needed to Lead Highly Successful Teams


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ISBN-13: 9780738233796
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Publication date: 03/13/2018
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 596,994
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Dr. Jason Selk is one of the premier performance coaches in the United States, with dozens of professional athletes and Fortune 500 executives as his clients. As the Director of Mental Training for Major League Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals, Dr. Selk helped the team win two World Series championships, in 2006 and 2011. He is a regular contributor to Forbes, ABC, CBS, ESPN and NBC, and has been featured in USA Today, Men's Health, Muscle and Fitness, INC., and Self magazines.

Tom Bartow left a successful career as a college basketball coach to become one of the highest-producing financial advisors in Edward Jones's history. He went on to help American Funds's Capital Income Builder fund nearly triple in value. Since then, he has become one of the most creative and sought-after business coaches in the world, specializing in helping companies and individuals excel in times of adversity.

Matthew Rudy has ghostwritten 26 sports, business, and travel books since 1997, including titles by golf instructors Dave Stockton, Hank Haney, and Stan Utley; sports psychiatrist Dr. Michael Lardon, and personal development coach Bryan Dodge. His book with personal finance expert Anthony Davenport will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2017. He is a senior writer at Golf Digest, where he has ghostwritten 25 cover stories since 1999 and earned national awards for his investigative and feature work.

Table of Contents

Introduction: What Makes Teams Great vii

Part I Consistent Winning

1 Channel Capacity: Why Less Is More 3

2 Managing Expectations: Trust or Suspicion 27

3 Self-Evaluation: The Genesis of All Improvement 51

Part II Playoff Level

4 Turning Team Chemistry into Team Cohesion 71

5 It's Okay to Disagree: Just Don't Be Disagreeable 95

6 Developing the No-Victim Mentality 119

Part III Dynasty Level: Rarefied Air

7 Talent: Selection and Development 141

8 The Attack Mentality: "Attack, Always Attack" 161

9 Adjustments: What, When, and How 181

Epilogue 203

Notes 205

About The Authors 209

Index 211

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