• How do you get your staff to have the same vision, or at least the same passion for improving the business as you do?
• Can your business really improve?
• Does your business operate with the Fred Flintstone approach?
• Do you know how to get the best from yourself as leader, CEO, or manager?
CONTACT ME FOR MORE INFORMATION[/av_textblock] [/av_three_fourth] [av_one_fourth] [av_image src=’http://buchanancoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/cup1.jpg’ attachment=’3109′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ animation=’right-to-left’ link=” target=” styling=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=”][/av_image] [/av_one_fourth] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] So many questions we ask ourselves everyday, as we try to deal with the complexities that not only our business world throws at us, but also our personal world – and it seems sometimes, almost every minute of every day. Amongst all this busy-ness, we are trying to make our team, our organization more successful than it was yesterday, or possibly, as successful as it was yesterday.
John Buchanan faced similar dilemmas in his world, the world of sport, and specifically, the cricket world. He became the Australian cricket team coach in 1999 – a team that had enjoyed success, but was in the process of handing over to a new captain, and new players. By 2007, John finished a very successful campaign as coach of Australia. John coached the team to a world record number of straight Test Matches (16 wins), consecutive One Day International victories (21) and set an unprecedented World Cup record with 2 World Cups and 24 games undefeated. At the time of his retirement, the Australian Cricket Team were the World Cup Champions, Test Cricket Champions and One Day Champions, and also returned the Ashes to Australia in early 2007. This record of victories makes John the most successful coach in history with a winning record of over 75% since 1999.
His philosophies, principles and methodologies have not been restricted to formal educational and training sessions, John has also released, “If Better is Possible”, which continues to be popular across many audiences from corporate leaders to sport coaches and athletes. His second book, “Learning from Legends – Australian Cricket”, focuses on leadership lessons and was released in November, 2008; while his most recently published book, “The Future of Cricket” deals with the 20 over phenomenon and where the game may be heading.
John Buchanan is also renowned for delivering Queensland their first Sheffield Shield title in 1994/5 – a feat that took some 69 years! In five years of coaching Queensland, they won the Sheffield Shield and Mercantile Mutual Cup, twice each.
John does not have the same pedigree as other cricket coaches, or indeed most other world renowned sport coaches. He has an extremely modest playing background which did not see him reach the heights of those athletes whom he coached. John has a degree in Human Movement, a teaching Diploma and a Master of Arts in Sports Administration from Alberta University in Canada.
He has also been granted an honourary doctorate by the University of Queensland for his services to sport.This education has influenced John’s coaching approach, which is vastly different to those used by cricket coaches for generations. While he was the first coach to use computer analysis of every ball bowled, he retained a unique approach to coach the ‘whole person’ rather than just the athlete. John has a great knowledge of coaching and how good coaching helps to create High Performance Teams. John has a GAICD certificate from the Australian Institute of Company Directors, company directors course.
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