Wednesday, 17 March 2010

March Madness – Canaries & Cobble Hill Chorus (2001)

In just hours the first round of March Madness will tip off across the United States. For those of you unfamiliar, March Madness is a single elimination basketball tournament played between the top 64 universities in the United States. Its popularity is only rivaled by that of the Super Bowl and could arguably surpass it. These 64 teams come from all parts of the country with players who represent all nations of the world. As student athletes they play not for money and endorsements but for pride and love of the game. These are surely qualities that anyone can appreciate.

With so much at stake, you might find it surprising that every team relies on one single factor for success. Each team must call upon their training to guide them to victory. The only aspect that separates them is which team did the most quality training. That team will survive March Madness and play into April to become the National Champion.

The corporate world is quite similar though the motivating factors differ there is still sense of pride and desire to succeed. The never ending competition in the energy industry brings an even greater reward for success.

So I ask you, has your team done the most quality energy training possible?

Upcoming Energy Training Worldwide:

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Take it from Thomas J. Peters, bestselling author on business management practices, “Train everyone lavishly, you can't overspend on training.”

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