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The Ultimate Coaches' Clinic: Over 5000 Career-Enhancing Insights from More Than 1000 of America's Foremost Coaches and Leaders
by:Pat Williams, Chuck Daly
The Ultimate Coaches' Clinic: Over 5000 Career-Enhancing Insights from more than 1000 of America's Foremost Coaches and Leaders presents an unparalleled and unprecedented compilation of coaching and management wisdom. Gleaned from some of the most influential professional and college coaches, as well as athletes, authors, religious figures, and others,...
The Ultimate Coaches' Clinic: Over 5000 Career-Enhancing Insights from more than 1000 of America's Foremost Coaches and Leaders presents an unparalleled and unprecedented compilation of coaching and management wisdom. Gleaned from some of the most influential professional and college coaches, as well as athletes, authors, religious figures, and others, The Ultimate Coaches' Clinic helps answer the daunting question all young people face on the threshold of their career path: What do I do now? Advice and insight comes from leaders as respected and sought-after as Bill Walsh (Be organized. It's the single best way to avoid wasting time and resources.), Red Auerbach (Don't demand respect. You get it by your actions.), Bill Parcells (Accountable leadership isn't some mysterious quality. It starts and ends with hard work.), Lou Holtz (They can name you the manager--titles come form above--but they cannot name you the leader. Players decide who the leader is. They will select a person who has a vision and a plan to succeed.), Pat Summitt (You must demand very high standards and not be afraid to raise the bar.), Rudy Giuliani (Set realistic goals for your team. People work better if they have goals.), Sue Enquist (The only two things in this world you can control are your effort and your attitude.), Mike Krzyzewski (Communicate with your players and tell them the truth. This should build trust and every team is better if the players and coaches trust one another.), Bobby Bowden (You can't be successful without motivating people down in the trenches.), Joe Torre (Managing is like raising children. You've got to explain things to them and constantly teach them.), Shaquille O'Neal (Be consistent. Be fair. Be humble.), Gregg Popovich (Set your standards of conduct. Tell people what you want and what you will and will not compromise on.), Tony Larussa (There is no problem that you will ever face that does not have a solution. It is your job to keep working until you come up with an answer. Don't give up.), General Colin Powell (Keep your mouth closed and do your job.), Pat Riley (Impart the difference between belief and trust. Trust transcends belief. Your players must know that you are reliable and can help get them to where they want to go.), Morgan Wooten (Surround yourself with good people of strong character with no question marks.), and Bill Belichick (Take care of the tiniest detail, because the little details add up until they represent significant differences. Let nothing slip through the cracks.). This extraordinary collection of insight is ideal for coaches and managers of people in any field and any walk of life.
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