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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Portfolio Hardcover
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
"Help the helper" is a basketball motto preached by some of the sports legendary coaches, including Dean Smith and Phil Jackson. All good players know they should support a teammate whos under pressure. But the true greats know how to take it one step further. They fill the gaps left behind when one teammate goes to help anothergaps that are often far from the bas­ket and out of the spotlight. The true greats step up in quiet ways to make sure no subtle holes develop on defense and no opportunities are missed on offense.
Help the Helper will show you how to put this level of teamwork to work in your business, to build a cul­ture that recognizes and rewards those who help the helpereven when they dont have sexy statistics. In the process, it will teach you how to de-emphasize the CEO/quarterback/superstar and effectively redefine leadership. Youll learn, for instance, how to:
- Create a dynasty of unselfishness.
- Manage energy, not people.
- Eat obstacles for breakfast.
- Act like an "unleader."
Consider how it works in the hospitality industry. In a great restaurant you dont have to wait for your server to check on you; your needs are taken care of instantaneously, sometimes before you notice them. Everyone from the busboy to the maître d has one goal: the success of the team. Such coordination seems complicated for a small eatery, nearly impossible for a large organization. But its easier than you think.
For a combined forty years, Pritchard and Eliot have focused on building high-performing groups. Theyve crushed Malcolm Gladwells 10,000-Hour Rule, logging upward of 50,000 hours studying the factors that create champions and dynasties, from the NBA and Major League Baseball to the Fortune 500. Exhaustive testing, scouting, and evaluating have taught them that truly special teams in all fields have one common denominator: a willingness to do what­ever it takes to help the helper.
Drawing on true and inspirational stories from sports to medicine to business, Help the Helper shows whats behind the curtain that fuels great team performance.
John Eliot, Ph.D., is a decorated university pro­fessor and a consultant to professional athletes and coaches, Fortune 500 com­panies, and medical cen­ters worldwide. In twenty years of practice, 100 per­cent of his clients have won pennants, championships, or gold medals.