Listen to Coronavirus Patient Zero
There is so much to discover and learn during a career, and watching an event that requires strong teamwork like the World Cup is a good place to do so. This book is not about the World Cup, soccer or the sport. It does not discuss the sport's strategies and tactics, but examines the reasons some teams are successful and others fail by observing teamwork in the most popular sports tournament in the world. It is for anyone who wants to learn about teamwork in business, sports, organizations or any place that requires a group of people working together. Prior knowledge of the World Cup, soccer, sports, the games or players is not required. This book will be very beneficial for you whether you are a team leader trying to find ways to fire up the team or improve your leading skills, a business owner who is trying to figure out the best candidates to put together a team, or a member of a team trying to improve your skills and excel. Even if you are not a sports fan, you will find the lessons in this book invaluable.
In The Costs of Crime and Justice, Mark Cohen presents a comprehensive view of the financial setbacks of criminal behaviour. Victims of crime might incur medical costs, lost wages and property damage; while for some crimes pain, suffering and reduced quality of life suffered by victims far exceeds any physical damage. The government also incurs costs as the provider of mental health services, police, courts and prisons.
National Builders Articles
National Builders Books