Steve Bull , “The Game Plan: Your Guide to Mental Toughness at Work “
Wiley - 2006-10-20 | ISBN: 1841127256 | 216 Pages | 3.2 MB | PDF
The Game Plan is about winning. More importantly, it’s about you winning. It’s about how you can create a personal performance environment that enables you to deliver at the crucial times. The Game Plan explores different types of mental toughness and examines how each one can give you the platform for significantly increased levels of self-confidence and resilience. Learn the easy-to-apply lessons that have created an environment of success for a host of world-beating performers in the business world and beyond. Imagine being able to apply a winning performance mindset to everyday work situations such as:
-Making presentations razor sharp
-Wowing new clients
-Being in control during performance appraisals
-Staying cool during even the most hectic and pressurized days
-Maintaining your self-belief even when things go wrong
-Making the right decision at the right time.
Read and learn from The Game Plan and you will have at your fingertips a robust strategy to give you the edge over your closest competitors and the very best chance of success.
50 Math and Science Games for Leadership (self improvement book)
50 Math and Science Games for Leadership
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company | Pages: 220 | Date: 2007-03-15 | ISBN: 9812706925 | PDF | 3.1 MB
Did you like Math or Science in school? Have you played games that stimulated your thought processes for Math and Science? Trying to be creative in your Math, Science or leadership class? Can leadership be taught? Is leadership an Art or a Science or Math? Seeking to impact your training program with creative games? A primer for leadership development, this book introduces Math and Science games with a review process component that can be used for leadership instruction. The book highlights key leadership principles which show that leaders must: Ask questions; Be disciplined; Create and see things differently; Develop resources; Engage in active listening; Make priorities; Multiply leaders; Problem solve; Set an example; Sacrifice; Search and explore; Strategize; Support diversity; Work in teams and collaborate.