Lessons Learned From the Locker Room Reap Success in the Board Room

In his book, “The Coach Approach: Success Strategies From The Locker Room To The Board Room”, Brubaker shares how his coaching and peak performance techniques apply directly to competing in business.
 
June 10, 2012 - PRLog -- Lessons Learned From the Locker Room Reap Success in the Board Room

PORTLAND, ME., June 4, 2012 — When athletes come to the end of their active careers, some turn to coaching, some become media commentators but most get a regular job or start their own businesses. So what do coaches do when they are done coaching? Some become media commentators, some get regular jobs, some start their own businesses and along the way, for most, are struggles adapting to their new roles and careers.

John Brubaker went from collegiate athlete, to college coach, to ESPN and Fox Sports media personality, to business consultant, and now author, without missing a beat. He says he was able to do so successfully because all the steps and changes were intrinsically linked and he took what he had learned in each previous role and applied it to the next.

Brubaker, a three time ‘Coach of the Year’, who guided the St Andrew's College lacrosse program from 2001-2004 to the unparalleled success of Top 10 national rankings each year and an NCAA Final Four appearance, has now authored and published a book designed to help business leaders and their teams achieve peak performance.

In the book, “The Coach Approach: Success Strategies From The Locker Room To The Board Room”, Brubaker applies his own coaching experience and knowledge as well as shares techniques and strategies from some of the nation's elite sports coaches, executives and athletes and applies it to the sport of business. He uses a multidisciplinary approach to help businesses develop their competitive edge and to focus on the process not the product.

“Coaching in the workplace is even more important than on the athletic field, because in the sport of business every day is game day,” he said.

Brubaker is a 1992 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and he also earned a master’s degree in personnel psychology from FDU in 1993. He completed his doctoral level coursework in Sport Psychology at Temple University.

For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact:

John Brubaker, The Sport of Business LLC, 207-576-9853, john@CoachBru.com
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