Coaching Wisdom: Champion Coaches and Their Players Share Successful Leadership Principles

Coaching Wisdom: Champion Coaches and Their Players Share Successful Leadership Principles

by Mike Harrity

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Overview

In Coaching Wisdom champion coaches and their players share successful leadership principles that inspired their teams to greatness. Mike Harrity, associate athletics director at the University of Notre Dame, has had remarkable access to the top coaches of our time, including John Wooden, Andrea Hudy, Tony Dungy, Don Shula, Sue Enquist, Lou Holtz, and Brad Stevens. He reveals the results of his one-on-one interviews with these leading coaches in college athletics and professional sports to show how they motivate their teams to fulfill their peak potential, both on and off the field. This is an essential playbook for anyone leading a team -- either in business or in sports -- to achieve sustainable success.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416207344
Publisher: Sellers Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 08/07/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 332,897
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Mike Harrity earned a Master of Science in Education/Sport Management degree and a Bachelor of Science in Journalism/News Editorial from The University of Kansas (KU). He is currently an Associate Athletics Director at his alma mater. His career has helped him become well-connected with some of the top athletes, coaches and administrators in the world of sports. While a journalism major at KU, Harrity wrote national award-winning articles on college and professional athletics and was a recipient of the prestigious NCAA Foundation Sports Journalism Scholarship. His many stories have been published in The Kansas City Star and the San Jose Mercury News and carried by the Associated Press.Harrity lives in Lawrence, Kansas with his wife, Dr. Megan Brent Harrity, who serves as the KU athletic department's Counseling and Sport Psychologist, and their daughter, Grace Estelle.

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