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What Drives Winning Full Set

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The Full Set

A great starter set for you, your athletic department or a coach on your gift list, these books bring perspective on how to build a winning team develop players.

The 3 Books Include:

 

What Drives Winning
Our first book, is full of real-life examples and time-tested advice from some of the winningest coaches in sports history. It also includes a number of easy-to-follow exercises that help to better understand what drives winning for individuals and teams.

What Drives Winning

What’s Really Important
This book dives into the conflict of high performance. Brett uncovers stories, ideas and awareness from coaches at the top of their sports, seeking to answer the question: Can you win at the highest levels without the collateral damage?

What Drives Winning Teams
An inside look at Brett's journey with two teams: Oregon Women's Basketball and Gonzaga Men's Basketball. This book attacks the human-related issues that can get in the way of a team—while giving practical ways to overcome them and rise up to maximize team potential.

 

What Drives Winning Workbook 2015

What Drives Winning Workbook #1
is a collection of adapted transcripts from National Championship coaches at our inaugural 2015 conference. This high quality, soft-bound book has more than 100 pages and 90 exercises.

What Drives Winning Workbook 2

What Drives Winning Workbook #2
is a collection of adapted transcripts of 17 talks from National Championship coaches at the 2016 conference. This durable, spiral-bound book has more than 140 pages and 90 exercises.

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  1. Jenny L.

    Jenny L.

    I bought it and used it a few years back. Always looking for team activities and thought provoking exercises that build teams

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  2. Matthew N.

    Matthew N.

    We have really worked on the character skills over the past year and now will work on the moral skills as well

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  3. Phil Y.

    Phil Y.

    Excellent examples to use with our team members. I have both work books.

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  4. Jason K.

    Jason K.

    Read through both. I’ve used certain activities with groups, leaders, etc. Planning on reading through them again this summer. So many great activities to possibly use.

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  5. Jen C.

    Jen C.

    Helps enhance the book

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  6. Brett S.

    Brett S.

    I have used both 2015 and 2016. I believe both were great for ideas on themes as well as driving culture. Many parts of both books I have used with individuals and with teams. The Brick by Brick theme was a foundation for our team this year and many of the things that the University of Florida Softball Team did we incorporated with our team.

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  7. Scott H.

    Scott H.

    Both workbooks and these have been a GREAT resource with specific examples my coaches could use with their respective teams.

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  8. Tim S.

    Tim S.

    Specifically, I’ve taken the ideas in the workbook and worked with a couple of kids about their confidence issues. We talked about staying in the moment, control what you can, and focus on your character skills not the outcome of a game.

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  9. Craig D.

    Craig D.

    2015 and 2016. Both had incredible information in how teams can best perform through their work with each other. I used both workbooks with our Sport Leadership Council developing ideas for our student athletes to use in situations that they were working through.

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  10. Kelly F.

    Kelly F.

    Loved using activities with team

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  11. Karen J.

    Karen J.

    The workbooks are fantastic for keep a running journal as I read through the chapters. The activities that are provided in the book increase your understanding of the content in the books.

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  12. Scott D.

    Scott D. (verified owner)

    I’ve read all the books. Great way to solidify in my mind, the material from the monthly sessions. In turn available for practice and teaching

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  13. Lauren E.

    Lauren E.

    I have both the 2015 and the 2016 workbooks. I have used these in some of the smaller group meetings that I have had. Or with some of the younger players on my team that I think can benefit from some of the exercises.

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  14. Suzy W.

    Suzy W.

    When there is a specific topic or character skill I want to explore with my players, I refer back to the activities in the books to keep things fresh. Plus they remind me of things that we did…and should do again.

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  15. Eric S.

    Eric S.

    I’ve read and used both editions. I have used some of the pages with my athletes in classroom sessions.

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  16. Roy S.

    Roy S.

    I have and have used both. They have proven easy to adapt and overwhelmingly beneficial to our program.

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  17. Scott Z.

    Scott Z.

    I have read both and it’s just good to be able to think about what you and your team are doing and write things down, both as coaches and players. I use or modify some of the activities to fit into what is best for our team at that moment. They give me another way to listen and see things and another way to learn more about our athletes and me as a coach/person.

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  18. muvTEAM

    Admin muvTEAM

    I bought it and used it a few years back. Always looking for team activities and thought provoking exercises that build teams

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