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Home of the mighty Vikings!
Scores on the Board® is based around the story of an under-performing Under 11’s soccer team that is transformed into an effective team by implementing the 5 parts of the Scores on the Board® system.
Through the journey of several everyday characters, you’ll discover the keys to getting the most out of yourself and others. And by learning about the Scores on the Board® system, you’ll have a simple framework that will help you reach your goals faster.
The high-achieving Manager
After years of being the Bank’s best performing Sales Manager, David’s career is suddenly at the crossroads when the new CEO instigates a radical culture change. Performance is no longer judged solely on sales – the new people centric focus requires managers to live the core values, and they are assessed on measures such as employee engagement and team profitability.
Can David change the gung-ho habits of a lifetime to be a more effective leader – and save his job?
The experienced Executive Coach
Tiger Woods and Roger Federer have coaches – so why do Executives seeking to improve their performance shy away from them? Sarah has helped countless Executives boost their effectiveness, which invariably leads to a better business outcome for the team.
Can Sarah help David change his entrenched management style to fit with the new corporate culture (and boost his department’s bottom line in the process)?
The reluctant Team Leader
Jimmy was unemployed and directionless when the club president, Fred, recruited him to coach the Southside Vikings Under 11s soccer team. After initially falling into the trap of mirroring the aggressive leadership characteristics of previous managers, Fred mentors Jimmy on the keys to leadership and coaching success.
Can Jimmy develop his leadership skills and become an effective leader and coach, so the kids can improve their performance – and enjoy soccer again?
The suddenly-single mum
Elizabeth finds herself suddenly single and in need of an income to pay the bills and support her son. Through her involvement in the Vikings, and her learnings about the latest neuroscience techniques, Elizabeth discovers that her future success really is up to her, and is only limited by her own beliefs.
Can Elizabeth change her mindset and find the confidence to start her own home-based business that provides financial security and gives her more time to raise her son?
The small business slave
Peter had to forego his dream of studying Engineering when his girlfriend fell pregnant. Ten years later, he is a father of twins, and owns his own plumbing business. But rather than the freedom he envisaged from running his own business, Peter feels a slave to it. The techniques used by Jimmy to get the parents more involved with the Vikings, as well as business advice from his accountant, get Peter thinking about where his business is heading.
Can Peter turn his self-employment vehicle into a genuine small business which gives him more time to spend on growing it – and on helping his children grow up?