Superstars or Committed Teams? – Lessons from the 2002 FIFA World Cup

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Having the world’s best does not guarantee success. It’s about turning what you have into a team of committed participants.

Join Jurgen as he weaves you through the magic of Asia’s first FIFA World Cup in 2002. The tournament provides a superb backdrop for insights into the role of vision, purpose and mutual accountability as cornerstones of team success. Using match footage and player comments, this insightful presentation illustrates the consequence of over-confidence, the value of commitment and the impact of stakeholder expectations and good leadership on team performance.

The tournament provides enduring lessons in teamwork and leadership; lessons which hold true on the sports field, as much as they do in the business world and any other sphere of life.

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