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Sir Clive Woodward Shows How to Create Champions at Business Excellence Forum
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 5, 2012 03:30 AM
- World Cup Winning Coach Brings Championship Message to Business Owners
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sir Clive Woodward knows what it takes to make a champion. As the head coach of the England Rugby team from 1997 to 2004, he led them to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup against fierce competition. Today Sir Clive is out to help business owners reach their potential when he delivers "Creating Champions" at the 2013 Business Excellence Forum in Cascais, Portugal, February 8-9.
Thanks to his experience of working in elite sport and business, Sir Clive has come to learn that there are common attributes champions share and he will share these, along with ways of developing them in his presentation.
"I am often asked what makes a winner, whether in business or in sport and by examining what success looks like in terms of the Champion DNA, it is easier to identify what it is in individuals that we should be concentrating our efforts upon to improve," Woodward said.
To learn more about the Business Excellence Forum, go to: http://www.actioncoach.com/businessforum2013
"In order to develop talent, you need to be able to measure an individual's ability to perform and you need a structure and basis for this measurement," Woodward said, "It is much easier to measure physical ability, but far more difficult to understand the psychology behind a person's approach to winning."
In addition to Woodward and ActionCOACH Founder and Chairman Brad Sugars, the BEF will also feature breakout sessions with top Business Coaches, networking opportunities and will culminate with the 2013 Business Excellence Awards, recognizing exceptional results from companies in 18 separate categories. For Woodward, this event is an outstanding opportunity to reach an audience that might not realize the impact they make on their team every day.
"Because they build and manage teams, business owners need to be sponges with a constant thirst for knowledge and new ideas. It is vitally important for their development and the development of the business," Woodward said. "Building a team full of sponges will lead to an exciting and vibrant environment where new ideas flourish and the norm is challenged."
To register for the Business Excellence Forum or to download your complimentary Entry Kits for the Business Excellence Awards, go to bef2013.com.
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