Rasmus Ankersen has trained with the planet’s best athletes to translate their secrets of high performance into usable strategies for leaders and businesses. Known for his bestselling book The Goldmine Effect: Crack the Secrets of High Performance, he is also the author of Hunger in Paradise: The War Against Complacency, where he explains how to maintain and surpass the momentum needed to bring success.
Rasmus explains how to find talent you never thought existed; how to strengthen high performance patterns in teams and individuals; how to develop winning cultures; and how to create a sense of urgency to bring about world-class results.
Rasmus Ankersen is an experienced keynote speaker on the topic of talent and high-performance cultures. He has been hired to teach by well-known global brands like Facebook, Google, LEGO, Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft, Roche, Astra Zeneca, Coca-Cola, Cisco and many more.
Rasmus is also the chairman of FC Midtjylland, his childhood football club in Denmark, known as one of the world’s most innovative football clubs, especially recognised for its use of big data to drive decision-making.
Rasmus Ankersen quit his job, spent the last of his money on plane tickets, and for six intense months travelled the world living and training with the world’s best athletes and their coaches in an attempt to answer the following questions:
The conclusions Ankersen came to will have an enormous impact, not only in the world of sport, but far beyond – in business, education, and parenting. In The Gold Mine Effect, Ankersen presents these conclusions in the eight Gold Mine concepts that will not only show you how to grow talent in yourself, but also how to spot and unlock it in others – whether you are a manager, a coach, a teacher, or a parent.
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