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John Brubaker
Bio: John Brubaker is a nationally renowned performance consultant, speaker and author who helps organizations and individuals develop their competitive edge. Brubaker is the author of the award winning books: The Coach Approach and Seeds of Success and co-author of the book Leadership: Helping Others To Succeed.  John is also the host of Maximum Success: The Coach Bru Show on NBC Sports Radio Boston.

He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in personnel psychology. Brubaker has completed his doctoral coursework in Sport Psychology at Temple University.

Articles by John Brubaker

What CEOs Can Learn From The World Series

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You don’t make it to the World Series by accident, and the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals both know something most businesses don’t: chemistry counts. They realized a year ago that you...

Grambling: A Warning For CEOs

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In light of the Grambling University football team recently deciding not to get on the bus for their away game in protest of their treatment and work conditions, I want to share some food for thought...

You Need To Slow Down If You Want To Speed Up

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Two NFL coaches had some serious medical conditions come up recently. Denver Broncos head coach John Fox will miss the remainder of the season for heart surgery. Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak...

Has Your Company’s Culture Gone Incognito?

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The NFL’s independent investigation into issues of workplace conduct involving the Miami Dolphins is about to wrap up and go public by week’s end.  The commissioner has named Ted Wells, a...

Where Are You Parking?

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Brett Favre had his own private parking space at the Green Bay Packers practice facility while his offensive linemen who blocked for him parked in the general employee parking lot outdoors a few...

Turn Potential Into Performance By Placing Confidence In Others

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CEOs and business owners often lament that “we just don’t have enough talent on our team,” or when they are hiring, “there isn’t a deep enough pool of talent to choose from.” I...