The idea of this book is to give you something to keep with you, to share with colleagues, but overall as a reminder of how to win in a tough environment.
Like all winners, I like ideas to be practical and easy to use. I also enjoy things that make me think and sometimes touch on raw nerves.
We all need prompts and a catalyst to start or continue to do things that make a difference.
“Inches make a champion”
This book is about "The Business of Winning – it’s a game of inches."
About the author
Humphrey Walters works exclusively in helping individuals perform to high levels as well as developing winning teams and leaders for many Organisations and professional bodies.
1996/97 he completed the BT Global Challenge, dubbed “The World’s toughest round the World Yacht Race”, aboard Ocean Rover as a practical example of Leadership and Teamwork in a tough environment.
He also works with teams, which range from the England rugby team which won the world cup in 2003, Olympic games, premier division football teams, schools, businesses, Government departments, Industry and professional bodies.
In 2006 he developed the team for JCB which gained the world land speed record for a diesel car at Bonneville Salt Flats in the USA. He also works with Chelsea Football Club and Manor racing one of the new formula 1 teams.
He has written extensively about High Performing Teams and Leaders and is the co-author of the book “Global Challenge” which is a study of Leadership and Teambuilding used during this arduous event. “Global Challenge” has sold over 35.000 copies and is in its 16th reprint. He has also written “The little book of Winning” which is a punchy book highlighting his winning ideas, and “The little book of Inspiration”with two Olympic athletes and the Little book of nutrition.
He is an active sportsman having been involved in rugby, squash at county level and cricket and has also completed over 48 marathons for charity. He is a lover of nature and the countryside and has recently written a childrens book “The tree that never forgot” which is about a little boy who develops a relationship with a wise old oak tree that teaches him all about nature.