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Tom and Craig are available for hire as guest speakers on a variety of sports-related topics
The team comes second
November 25th, 2014

Advocates of the harmonious team may squirm as they read this title. But in fact this has nothing to do with team harmony, so fear not. Having sat through 4 days of high performance sporting conferences in both the UK and in Cape Town, I have had a mindset shift that needs sharing.

Many a meeting has taken place after a match about what the team needs to do – often these thoughts are laden with the emotion that comes from the result. The truth however, in any team activity, sport or non-sport related, is that the team performance was as a result of a composite of individuals’ performance which are often vastly different based on their on-day mindset, their strengths, weaknesses and specific plan for that game. And this is where coaches and managers need to be thinking – thinking about what each individual needs and not what the team needs.

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Fun is over-rated
October 29th, 2014

Just writing that subject line took a lot of pain – from a person who loves a party, a laugh and seeks out good times, how could I write that… because I believe it.

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Leading without the waffle
October 16th, 2014

 

I would imagine most readers of this are familiar with the TED talk website – where the world’s thought leaders share insights in short talks. The operative word – short! The most outstanding people are allowed a maximum of 18 minutes, most get 12, some get only between 5 and 8 minutes to share their idea, convince you of something or just plain stimulate some new thinking. Having read a book recently, Talk like Ted by Carmine Gallo, on what makes outstanding talks, there were some insights I had about how people coach and manage.

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