Mental toughness is measured by how effectively individuals respond to stress, pressure and challenge. Developing Mental Toughness clearly and effectively explains the concept of mental toughness and traces its development from sports psychology into organizational development, health and education.
This book covers the key skills and techniques required to recognize, use and develop mental toughness in others including evaluation, ROI and improving attention spans. The authors consider mental toughness in relation to education, working in teams and career planning, and they discuss the four core pillars of mental toughness:
-Challenge: seeing challenge as an opportunity
-Confidence: having high levels of self-belief
-Commitment: being able to stick to tasks
-Control: believing that people control their own destiny
Written for coaches looking to improve the performance of individuals and teams, Developing Mental Toughness contains practical guidance on techniques that will provide skills for responding to and harnessing the effects of stress and pressure.
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A valuable reference for coaches to enhance mental toughness in othersAbout the Author:
Peter Clough is the former Head of Psychology at Hull University and is recognized as a leading applied academic authority in this field. He is co-developer of the mental toughness model and the MTQ48 Mental Toughness Questionnaire. He has also contributed to Psychometrics in Coaching and Leadership Coaching (both published by Kogan Page).
Doug Strycharczyk is owner and Managing Director for AQR Ltd., an organization that has been instrumental in the adoption of mental toughness in new sectors and is now one of Europe's fastest growing test publishers and distributors.
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Descripción Kogan Page, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110749463775
Descripción Kogan Page, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Original. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0749463775