Belonging: The Ancient Code of Togetherness: The book that inspired the England football team

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THE #1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER

'Gareth Southgate's secret weapon' - Guardian

'A copy of Eastwood's new book, Belonging , was given to every England player when they reported for duty at the European Championships' - Telegraph

'How Maori belief is driving the England team to seize the moment' - Sunday Telegraph

'Belonging is a must-read for anyone interested in building a long term high-performing team.' - Stuart Lancaster


'One of the wisest books about winning you'll ever read...Powerful lessons beautifully expressed.' - James Kerr

In BELONGING Owen Eastwood reveals, for the first time, the ethos that has made him one of the most in-demand Performance Coaches in the world. Drawing on his own Maori ancestry, Owen weaves together insights from homo sapiens' evolutionary story and our collective wisdom. He shines a light on where these powerful ideas are applied around the world in high-performing settings encompassing sport, business, the arts and military.

Whakapapa is a Maori idea which embodies our universal human need to belong. It represents a powerful spiritual belief - that each of us is part of an unbroken and unbreakable chain of people who share a sacred identity. Owen places this concept at the core of his methods to maximise a team's performance.

Aspects of Owen's unique approach include: finding your identity story; defining a shared purpose; visioning future success; sharing ownership with others; understanding the 'silent dance' that plays out in groups; setting the conditions to unleash talent; and converting our diversity into a competitive advantage.

Whakapapa . You belong here.

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£20.00  £18.60
Publisher
Quercus Publishing
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Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781529415063

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