Delivery – win the next match

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Clarity…not confirmation

BEAT THE COMPETITION

“Know your Route-To-Goal”
‍Objective:
‍ Understand the importance of being true to your core values

STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS

‍“Survival of the adaptable not the fittest”
‍Objective:
Gain an insight into how an elite football manager developed his strategies for success

TTT MODEL: CLARITY

Get ready for battle

ANALYSIS & PLANNING

“The battle is won before the war begins”
‍Objective:
How analysis allows processes to be developed

PRACTISE & PREPERATION

“Fail to prepare, prepare to fail”
‍Objective:
Consider how the methods in elite football can be applied to business

IMPLEMENT & RESET

“Play to the final whistle”
‍Objective:
Consider prioritising the output over following the plan

TTT MODEL: PREPERATION TO IMPLEMENTATION

Communication

PREE MATCH TEAM TALK

‍“99% of what’s required is already learnt”
‍Objective:
How the next game is the most important

HALF TIME TEAM TALK

“How much do you want it!… or not”
‍Objective:
How to improve performance with decisive intervention

POST MATCH BRIEFING AND PRESS CALL

“Act in haste… repent at leisure”
‍Objective:
Understand why this is the most important talk of the week

TTT MODEL: COMMUNICATION IS VITAL

Team work

COLLABORATION

“We all gain from success”
‍Objective:
How to develop your team’s characteristics

CONNECTIONS

“Without connection there’s chaos”
‍Objective:
Understand how a team can be greater than the sum of its parts

TTT MODEL: HOW A TEAM DELIVERS MORE

Let the players PLAY

CREATE THE PLATFORM FOR SUCCESS

“Structure before freedom”
‍Objective:
Recognise how structure allows creativity to thrive

ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY

‍Freedom for competitiveness – “Find the flow”
Objective:
Understand how freedom encourages both creativity and competitiveness

TTT MODEL: STRUCTURE ALLOWS CREATIVITY

Deliver under pressure

DECISION MAKING

Substitutions – “Take a deep breath”
Objective:
Understand how decisions are made under extreme pressure

PENALTY SHOOT OUTS

“The more I practise, the luckier I become”
‍Objective:
Understand how to implement actions under extreme pressure