The Shift from Me to Team: Unleasing Sustainable Greatness (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

Unleashing the power of organizations.

Renowned team-culture coach Fritz Seyferth unveils his groundbreaking book The Shift from Me to Team, an essential listen for leaders and team members who aspire to unleash their organizations’ potential. Drawing from more than four decades of expertise, Seyferth’s book delivers a powerful blueprint for transforming organizational culture and achieving sustainable success.

The Shift from Me to Team emphasizes the importance of transitioning from an individual-centric mindset to an aligned, team-oriented approach. Using a combination of timeless principles, cutting-edge neuroscience, and a proven systems-based approach, Seyferth illustrates how leaders can establish cultures in which team members are motivated to excel and contribute to a collective vision of greatness—all with the goal of empowering teams with the tools to create sustainable peak performance.

Seyferth shares that, “The Shift from Me to Team reflects human nature’s intrinsic desire to be exceptional, not just good. Team members want to be in the game and be responsible for the outcome. We have developed an approach that has proven itself again and again. We are grateful to share how we each can create a natural flow to our lives that is both fulfilling and generative.”

With more than 40 years of study—20 years as the founder of FS/A and 21 years as a leader at University of Michigan Athletics—Seyferth has found that the principles for achieving greatness on the sports field are the same in the business world.

For more than 20 years, Fritz Seyferth and his team at FS/A have been helping organizations access their untapped potential, paving the way for achieving consistent, sustainable peak performance. FS/A elevates leaders and connects individuals and teams to their purpose to positively alter the trajectory of organizations. For more information, visit

Business & Personal Finance
Fritz Seyferth
hr min
August 11
FS/A Publishing