Train (your brain) like an Olympian : gold medal techniques to unleash your potential at work
—Ménard, Jean François, 1982- author.
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"In an ever more precarious, unpredictable and complex labour market, achieving work objectives depends on developing everyone's full potential. There's no getting around it--you have to be at the top of your game to succeed in this competitive world, where only the best will do! Managing stress, coping with pressure, adapting to change, keeping up the pace, demonstrating resilience, taking on major workloads (familiar to us all) and working effectively as a team are just a few of the abilities that all workers now have to acquire in order to find their place in the sun. To guide us through this crazy world, Jean-François Ménard, in collaboration with Marie Malchelosse, describes and analyzes the experiences of Olympic athletes and champions, Cirque du Soleil artists and top-level business people. What do they have in common? They have developed their psychological skills and mental strength. Thanks to the experiences and anecdotes presented in the book, readers gain privileged access to the universe of high-level competitors and can draw inspiration from their exceptional performances. This book holds the key to greater excellence for us all."-- Provided by publisher.

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Achievement motivation.
Athletes -- Psychology.
Attitude (Psychology)
Psychology, Industrial.
Other Authors:
Hilpold, Linda, translator.
Malchelosse, Marie, author.
translation of: Ménard, Jean François, 1982- Olympien au bureau. English.
xxvii, 213 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Translation of: L'olympien au bureau : la préparation mentale des grands athlètes transposée au monde du travail.
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