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Four Weeks In May
Program length: 78:00

The Indianapolis 500 Race is one of the toughest competitions in the world.

Danica Patrick drives her racecar at nearly 240 miles per hour in a sport dominated by men. To achieve success, she and her team need to be the best. This training package will give you a template for success. The message works for any business, large or small, as you experience the excitement and teamwork at the Indy 500, one of the most challenging team competitions in the world.

To succeed, you need to have great drivers, top-notch equipment, a perfectly coordinated team, and great leadership. Any team that does well in this competition is a model of success. With Four Weeks in May, you can learn from one of these top teams -- the Rahal/Letterman Team - and put those lessons to work in your organization.

In Four Weeks In May, you will see how the team trains, collaborates and perseveres in the face of challenges. It's a motivational, fun and flexible package for your training needs.

Included are 2 video programs for versatile training options:

  • Four Weeks in May (18 minutes) - See how the team trains, collaborates and perseveres. It is a model for your team as you face new challenges, showcasing outstanding leadership and collaboration.
  • T.E.A.M.W.O.R.K. (8 modules, 5 minutes each) - Each module can be used to address a specific challenge for your team: Training, Excellence, Attitude, Motivation, Winning, Organization, Risk & Reward, Kinship.

Languages Available (sold separately): English


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