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Coach Wooden's Leadership Game Plan for Success: 12 Lessons for Extraordinary Performance and Personal Excellence

Coach Wooden's Leadership Game Plan for Success: 12 Lessons for Extraordinary Performance and Personal Excellence
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“Each member of your team has the potential for personal greatness; the leader’s job is to help them achieve it.”
—JOHN WOODEN

Coach Wooden’s Leadership Game Plan for Success presents a unique opportunity to study under the man ESPN hails as “the greatest coach of the 20th century.” Practicing character-based leadership before the term was invented, John Wooden consistently led his legendary teams to victory and has since taught countless business leaders his fundamentals for achieving and sustaining success.

Now, using this hands-on book based on the acclaimed John Wooden Leadership Course©, you can “interact” with Coach to learn and apply his philosophy of world-class leadership. This unique tutorial introduces you to his core fundamentals of success as a leader and reinforces them with examples, exercises, quizzes, and quotations. You’ll learn how to

  • Create a relationship of respect and camaraderie with those you lead
  • Remain alert to opportunity, threats, trends, and changes
  • Act with confi dence—but never arrogance
  • Practice moderation and balance in all that you do
  • Be a model of poise, grace, and reason—especially under pressure

Coach Wooden’s Leadership Game Plan for Success drives home Mr. Wooden’s trademark 12 Lessons in Leadership and his famous Pyramid of Success.

When you base your leadership style and substance on Coach’s straightforward attitudes, values, and principles, you’ll lead your team and business to success the Wooden way.

McGraw-Hill Education; March 2009
208 pages; ISBN 9780071626903
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0071626905
9780071626149
9780071626903