High Performance Leadership: Creating, Leading and Living in a High Performance World

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Wiley, Feb 27, 2003 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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Olympic sports present a vivid example of how to achieve world-class performance through a special blend of management, teamwork and individual performance.
Based on a hugely successful leadership and team development process which has been tested in over 50 organisations (and licensed by PwC), Performance Leadership aims to give leaders the world class skills and tools required to win in today's dynamic business environment.
Case examples include the inside story of how the highly successful Australian swimming team reaped their haul of medals at the Sydney Olympics.
Graham Winter was Head of Psychology Services to the 2000 Australian Olympic Team, and is a PricewaterhouseCoopers consultant. He has authored an extensive business training and development process linked to his Business Athlete concept.

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Contents

The Global Game
3
A Strategy for the Global Game
17
The Business Athlete
39
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About the author (2003)

Graham Winter is an organizational psychologist, consultant, speaker and author with a track record of success in working with high performers in business, sport and other high performance areas.

He is three-times Chief Psychologist for the world-acclaimed Australian Olympic Team (including Sydney 2000), a former Managing Consultant with two of the biggest international consulting firms, and a Director of Strategize, a leading-edge boutique consultancy providing high performance leadership programmes for organizations, teams and individuals.

Through an alliance with PwC Consulting, he has enjoyed the opportunity to work closely with many of the top business leaders and teams in the Asia Pacific Region and has refined the High Performance Leadership Programme on which this book is based.

Graham is a thought leader in how to create and sustain high performance cultures.

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