THE CHAMPIONSHIP FORMULA

Learn How Your Team Can Win Long Enough To Be Labeled A Dynasty

Having consulted and mentored leaders of top Fortune 500 companies and numerous sports teams that have gone on to win multiple national championships, author Jack Stark (of Omaha Nebraska) well understands what it takes to build a dynasty–a team that produces consistently extraordinary results and is the dominant entity in its field.

In The Championship Formula, Stark, a clinical psychologist, condenses what he’s learned over his long career into the 4P formula: people + personality + process + purpose = success. Getting these elements in place is the biggest challenge leaders face, and Stark guides them through the processes of both building and maintaining a winning team…  Read More

Stark For Regent

Jack is running for Board of Regents of the Nebraska System. For more information, please visit his website starkforregents.com.

THE CHAMPIONSHIP FORMULA

Showing his winning formula at work, Author Jack A. Stark, PhD. of Omaha Nebraska, draws readers into the inner circles of the championship NASCAR team for whom he’s been team psychologist for the last seventeen years and the Nebraska Huskers’ three-championship dynasty of the 1990s, with 22 National Championships altogether. Jack also gets up close and personal with the consistently successful leadership at top F-500 companies. Written in straightforward no-nonsense language, The Championship Formula can help any organization consistently achieve extraordinary results.  Read More…

THE CHAMPIONSHIP FORMULA

Jack Stark was and is one of the most respected practitioners and pioneers in sports psychology. – Bill Polian, Former Vice Chairman, Indianapolis Colts

Mosaic is humbled that Dr. Jack Stark has chosen to donate his proceeds from sales of The Championship Formula to Mosaic,” said Linda Timmons, Mosaic President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are sincerely grateful for his continued support of our mission.”

About Mosaic: Mosaic provides a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities through supports which are tailored to the individual’s needs and desires. We support people to define their own happiness. We ask people how they like to spend their day, what they love to do in their spare time, where they want to live and goals they would like to achieve. Then we partner with them to make those things happen. These services are provided to over 3,700 individuals in collaboration with local, state, national, and international partners in 10 states and six countries. Mosaic is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

To discover the possibilities at Mosaic visit www.mosaicinfo.org.

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