At the Olympics, millions of people are watching how athletes challenge themselves and others. We learn about them, not only during sporting performances, but also from interviews and sports news, this means that athletes used for the fame his best performances. For more information see this site: Wendy Sherry. What it does for management? Two things. First, the role of manager to lead people so that they strive to become better and have done for this all possible. Second, managers themselves must strive to "manage victories to boost their own performance.
Below are four basic techniques for athletes who are managers can use to improve their skills and be prepared for difficult situations. Visual results. Canadian swimmer Mark Tewksbury, revealed that part of his training is to introduce myself I place a podium under the cries of "Ka-na-da." This image is repeated again and again and becomes the main stimulus to overcome obstacles, because he aims for victory. The reward for victory is achievable and realistic only if you see yourself in the picture provided, and This image fills all your senses. What do you feel? What do you see? What do you hear? Here is an example. Manager, who will speak at the presentation is how the end of his report, the audience gets up and starts applaud (the award for the result). His fills a sense of accomplishment, kind of smiling people. Or look at the manager, who must conduct complicated account of the work. He prepares and thinks about the successful result, as workers shake hands with him as they smile and thank for the help.