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Tom and Craig are available for hire as guest speakers on a variety of sports-related topics
Does your scent work for you?
March 28th, 2017

Most leaders want to ensure getting the best out of those they lead. Many strategies and techniques are used for this – some effective, some less so –  but when trying to bring about great behaviour in others we should not forget the importance of our own – and of our own ‘scent’.

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Pressure – The average vs the exceptional
February 3rd, 2017

 

 

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The Leading Conversation II – brought together some of the finest sporting minds in South Africa. The theme, Leading under pressure, covered a complex area where the true skill and character of a coach or leader is put to the test. It’s the tough times that will ultimately define a leader and determine their success, hence a leader without a pressure strategy may be a leader with a very short life span.

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Are you sure you want to be desperate?
November 16th, 2016
Fight with all your will to win. Win at all costs.  Leave no stone unturned in your conquest of winning.

These are the sort of statements that we’ve all heard in seminars, team talks or CEO downloads. No doubt they’ve been received well and left us inspired and determined to fight for the cause. As someone unashamedly, even overly at times, competitive I have to admit to having made similar utterances. The question is however, does the desperation we have to win become a burden? Does it sometimes get in the way of the desired outcome?