Have you ever wondered how average teams accomplish mind-blowing results? How difficult relationships turn into friendships? How attitudes and behaviors affect relationships?

Strong relationships support higher levels of performance. If you have any doubts about this, just revisit the 1980 Lake Placid, NY, Winter Olympics in "Miracle on Ice" when the U.S. amateur and collegiate hockey players beat the powerhouse Soviet team.

You too can achieve similar results. In fact, it starts with you, moves to the team level, and then impacts the world. More specifically, it all starts at the individual level: the better you understand yourself the quicker you can unlock your potential to increase your performance. On the team level a common purpose helps build and strengthen relationships more quickly. These relationships will form a Tribe (a group of people between 20 and 150) incorporating understanding and integration of diverse realities. As a cohesive Tribe you build the ability to influence the world.


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