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Everyone S A Coach

Author : Don Shula
ISBN : 0310501202
Genre : Achievement motivation.
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Based on five key points, a winning coach and renowned management consultant offer a guide to success for any organization
Category: Achievement motivation.

If Better Is Possible

Author : John Buchanan
ISBN : 9781740667333
Genre : Cricket
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John Buchanan is the most successful cricket coach in history u a remarkable achievement given that when he was appointed in October 1999 to replace Geoff Marsh, many people doubted him due to his lack of Test-level experience. He proved the critics wrong. Along with current captain Ricky Ponting, John led the Aussie team to unprecedented success, including a world-record 16 consecutive Test match victories; 2001, 2002u03 and 2006u07 Ashes triumphs; the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup in South Africa; a victorious 2004 tour of India; the team's fi rst-ever ICC Champions Trophy; and the 2007 ICC World Cup in the West Indies. After stepping down as Australian coach in 2007, John took up the coaching role for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the inaugural Indian Premier League, which was held in 2008. In If Better Is Possible, John brings his innovative style, his leadership principles and his visionary drive to the wider community. He has written a book not only for the sports fan, but for anyone who would like an insight into achieving real, long-lasting success, whatever their field of endeavour. Each chapter is short and punchy and written in an entertaining, accessible way u perfect for the busy employee or employer, parent or coach who wants easy-to-grasp, 'take-home' advice on topics such as: * achieving mental toughness, thinking outside the square, the importance of role models * The importance of backing yourself * the role of the mentor/coach/teacher * creating a culture of success * effective communication * scouting the opposition etc..
Category: Cricket

The Master Coach

Author : Gregg Thompson
ISBN : 9781590794203
Genre : Business & Economics
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Today, coaching is recognized to be one of the most effective human resource development processes available, and it is becoming increasingly popular in organizations of all sizes. Faced with historically low levels of employee engagement (as little as 13% according to Gallup’s latest survey), business leaders see coaching as key to unlocking the human talent, creativity, and innovation that is hiding in plain sight in their workplaces. And rather than bring in external coaches for this purpose, they want to integrate coaching into their company culture—a 2015 study by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) found that 81% of organizations surveyed planned to train managers/leaders in coaching skills. The Master Coach is written for these leaders, and is perfectly positioned to become the definitive book on the topic. Drawing on the wealth of experience that has made Gregg Thompson and Bluepoint Leadership Development the choice of numerous Fortune 100 companies, it illuminates the essence of what it takes to be a great coach. The Master Coach will appeal to leaders at all organization levels, showing them how to make a significant shift in their attitudes, values and behaviors and become more coach-like in all of their daily interactions and conversations. The Master Coach is based on the simple but profound 3Cs Coaching Model. This proven approach asserts that to master the art of coaching one must have an exemplary Character that invites the trust of others, be able to form rapid Connections with others at deeply personal level, and have the ability to initiate and guide intense, attitude-changing Conversations. At every step, Thompson reminds readers that coaching is not merely about what the coach says or does; it is about who he or she is.
Category: Business & Economics

Management Secrets Of The New England Patriots Achievements Personnel Teamwork Motivation And Competition

Author : James Lavin
ISBN : 9780976203957
Genre : Business & Economics
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Definitive account of the 2001-2004 New England Patriots. Analyzes "success factors" responsible for three Super Bowl victories in four seasons. Entertains with humorous, insightful quotations from players, coaches, executives and owners. Essential reading for fans of Bill Belichick's Patriots and anyone seeking to build a great organization. * "Lavin makes a strong... case that the Patriots 'are a better organization than they are a team.'" (Richard Sandomir, New York Times, Jan. 22, 2005) * "Whether you're a New England fan or not, you'll be fascinated by [this] intriguing new book." (John McClain, Houston Chronicle, Jan. 30, 2005) * "Lavin has melded together fascinating quotes, statistics, and revelations that keep the reader entranced throughout the 350-page tome. A wonderful opportunity to [meet] the players, characters, and team... Lavin's remarkable story provides the recipe for championship stew." (Christopher Young, Boston Phoenix, Jan. 31, 2005) * "Fascinating." (Dave Perkins, Toronto Star, Feb. 5, 2005) * "An impressive look at what drives the team's success... It doesn't read like some wonkish, academic text." (Greg Gatlin, Boston Herald, Feb. 6, 2005) * "Timely, insightful book." (Peter Finney, Times-Picayune [New Orleans], Jan. 28, 2005) * "Required Reading... If the Colts, Steelers and any other NFL organization would like to get a jump on the Patriots, they should definitely pick up a copy." (Dan Pires and Steve DeCosta, Standard-Times [New Bedford, MA], Feb. 5, 2005) * "A great book. Having read and enjoyed other football-as-a-metaphor-for-life books such as The Packer Way by Ron Wolf, Winning the NFL Way by Bob LaMonte... and Think Like A Champion by Mike Shanahan, I can say that Management Secrets of the New England Patriots is as comprehensive and well-written a book as you can find on this subject. ...It was his intention to merge his studies of high-performance organizations and his obsession with his favorite team. This he has done most admirably." (Doug Farrar, Yahoo! Sports, Dec. 31, 2005) * "Intriguing and exhaustingly researched, Management Secrets of the New England Patriots succeeds at going beyond the headlines into the inner workings of the Kraft/Belichick aura. ...Much more than a look at the Patriots business acumen. Liberally infused with recollections from players, staff and opponents, Secrets will score in resounding fashion with fans of the three-time champions." (Ken Castro, Patriots Insider, Mar. 24, 2005) * "Fascinating read... Gives you a real insight into what goes on in making this franchise what they are. ...I really recommend it." (Ed Berliner, Comcast TV's Sports Pulse, Feb. 28, 2005) * "It's a fascinating read, and I'm sure every general manager and owner in the National Football League has rushed out to get it." (Jack Arute, Sirius Satellite Radio's NFL Rewind, May 8, 2005) * "Must Read... If the word 'management' in the title scares you or makes you think 'academic,' please take another look... A great read." (Stan Jaksina, PatsFans.com, May 30,2005) * "A stunning compendium on the Patriot Way." (Bob George, PatsFans.com, June 12, 2005)
Category: Business & Economics

Train The Trainer Vol 1

Author : American Society for Training & Development
ISBN : 1562862782
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 40.59 MB
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Volume 1 gives you the basics you need to get started. You'll hear from the experts on how to set up the best learning environments. Plus you'll get dozens of presentation techniques you can use today! This collection is the first step for anyone who wants to get started in training.
Category: Business & Economics

Military Law Review

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ISBN : NWU:35559005436104
Genre : Courts-martial and courts of inquiry
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Category: Courts-martial and courts of inquiry

A Coach S Guide To Emotional Intelligence

Author : James Bradford Terrell
ISBN : 9781118047613
Genre : Business & Economics
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A Coach?s Guide to Emotional Intelligence is a groundbreaking book that combines the topics of coaching and emotional intelligence in a down-to-earth resource for coaches, facilitators, and consultants. The authors, James Bradford Terrell and Marcia Hughes ?two experts in the field of emotional intelligence training?offer a number of elegant solutions that help coaches and their clients develop the authentic emotional skills needed to meet the challenges of today?s increasingly complex world. The book clearly shows how EI coaching can be applied within organizations and provides a solid coaching method for use with leaders in business settings. The book outlines five highly-effective strategies for developing influential leaders.
Category: Business & Economics

Clearing The Bases

Author : Allen Barra
ISBN : 0803217633
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Who was better, Mickey Mantle or Willie Mays? At their peak, who was more valuable, Joe DiMaggio or Ted Williams? If Lefty Grove, Sandy Koufax, and Roger Clemens had pitched at the same time against the same hitters, who would have won the most games? If Jackie Robinson had been white, would he be deserving of the Hall of Fame? Who was the greatest all-around player of the last century? ø Clearing the Bases is the first book to tackle these and many other of baseball?s most intriguing questions and offer hard, sensible answers?answers based on exhaustive research and analysis. Sports journalist Allen Barra, whose weekly sports column ?By the Numbers? attracted millions of fans and whose outspoken opinions are discussed regularly on National Public Radio, takes on baseball?s toughest arguments. Using stats and methods he himself has developed, Barra takes you to the heart of baseball's ultimate question??Who's the best???in this, the ultimate baseball debate book, one guaranteed to spark thousands of heated discussions and to supply the fuel for thousands more.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Spiritual Emotional Coach S Guide

Author : David R. Grimm
ISBN : 9780595919963
Genre : Religion
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Help Overcoming Painful Experiences (H.O.P.E.) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help people experience a life transformation through their emotional pain so they can live the purpose-filled, victorious life God intended and designed them to live. We set people free from emotional bondage and empower them to live a transformed life. To accomplish our purpose, the H.O.P.E. program was designed to help people 1) resurrect hope, 2) overcome emotional pain from a variety of issues, 3) build a safe and healthy support network, 4) comprehend the truths about God in the midst of pain while exposing and replacing lies, and 5) experience a life transformation through the healing and restorative power of Jesus Christ. Our transformation model consists of three levels. The Spiritual & Emotional Coachs Guide is used in Level 2 when we pair our members with a Spiritual and Emotional Coach (SPEC). SPECs allow us to extend our ministry by providing additional support for our members through a one-on-one mentoring relationship outside their small group. The analogy used for our members need of a SPEC is that of a contractor who can help them with their emotional and spiritual construction. Our members need a contractor (SPEC) who follows the plan of the Architect (Jesus Christ) in their life and who can help them rebuild by doing the same thing. Our members need a contractor (SPEC) who can coach them using their own experiences with the spiritual and emotional rebuilding process. Therefore, this book was designed to empower and equip our SPECs by helping them realize and tap into the knowledge and tools available to them in this role. This book also contains a topical Scripture reference guide for convenient access to verses that can be applied to a variety of issues. In addition, this book was designed to help familiarize SPECs with our organization and what their member is going through.
Category: Religion

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Coaching Youth Basketball

Author : Bill Gutman
ISBN : 9781440696084
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Here's the guide for current and prospective coaches that covers every aspect of effectively coaching youth basketball: teaching good sportsmanship, running an effective practice, coaching to a player's age and skill level, teaching offensive and defensive skills and drills, rules of the game, executing winning plays and strategies, dealing with parents.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Coaching Under 12s

Author : Tino Stoop
ISBN : 1591640598
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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These books from the Dutch Soccer Association lay out complete season coaching plans for coaches of U-8s, U-10s and U-12s. Included are characteristics of players at each stage and what to expect in terms of performance and behavior. The Dutch method at all levels is based on a Circuit Model which emphasizes small groups, repetition and maximum ball contacts.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Bummy And The Coach

Author : Casey Camden
ISBN : 9781491824924
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A book about more than basketball. Bummy and the Coach is about life, relationships, politics in school systems, and a small town. A middle aged coach and a 97 year old man team up together to create a winning basketball season and a winning book for readers of all ages.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Ralph J. Sabock
ISBN : 0742536351
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 29.43 MB
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Coaching: A Realistic Perspective is the ideal textbook for anyone who is preparing to coach athletics. All aspects of the profession are addressed in a clear and straightforward manner, presented with advice gained from decades of experience. The expanded and updated eighth edition examines the qualities of successful coaches—presenting tools for self-evaluation, recruiting, off-season planning, player and parent expectations of coaches, potential problem areas, and the balance between a coach's work life and personal and family life—a topic often overlooked in other textbooks.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Coaching In The Library

Author : Ruth F. Metz
ISBN : 0838908098
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first of its kind, this readable, hands-on book will help you to see your library and the staff that runs it in a new, more strategic way. Experienced librarian and coach Ruth Metz outlines a focused and results-oriented game plan for achieving performance excellence from all staff members, from top to bottom, through a coaching style of management. By viewing the people you work with as a team, you can transform the work environment and, ultimately, the services you are providing your customers. Through real world examples, coaching scenarios, and pathways to excellence that are specific to library work, you will learn how to: Be both a coach and a player - the terminology and techniques; Recognize and utilize the abilities and talents of staff at all levels; Guide individuals toward a unified goal; Encourage innovation, flexibility, and problem-solving; Spotlight the big-win opportunities; Complete with reader-friendly tables and annotated references, Coaching in the Library is for any library that wants to put the potential of all staff on the playing field in order to achieve peak performance.
Category: Business & Economics

Mind Like Water

Author : Jim Ballard
ISBN : 0471430102
Genre : Self-Help
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Category: Self-Help

Everyone S Guide To Distance Running

Author : Norrie Williamson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113947704
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This is a reference manual for distance runners. The author guides the runner every step of the way with practical advice and motivation. He supplies tips and information on every aspect of the sport, including training, planning, racing, nutrition, injuries, clothing and equipment.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Justice Soloe
ISBN : 9781312654488
Genre : Fiction
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Pro boxing champion, Brett Winter was driving to his best friend’s apartment one night, when all of a sudden he sees a woman on the side of the road. After giving the woman a ride to a nearby gas station, Brett starts feeling strange and blacks out. When he wakes, he finds out that he has been transformed into a woman and that the police think he’s behind the disappearance of himself. Brett now has to live his days as a woman, dodging the police, fighting crime with powers he got when he was changed, and making sure he protects his best friend, Alexia from danger, while trying to find the ones responsible for what has happened to him.
Category: Fiction

Politically Incorrect

Author : Peter De Villiers
ISBN : 9781770224223
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Throughout his tenure as the first black Springbok coach, Peter de Villiers was in the news, and not always for the right reasons. His battle to be accepted and respected by the rugby fraternity started from the moment his appointment was announced, when his new boss admitted that De Villiers had got the job for reasons ‘other than only rugby’. In his four years as Bok coach, De Villiers experienced huge successes – a series win over the British & Irish Lions and a Tri Nations trophy – but he also suffered the ignominy of coming last in the Tri Nations and seeing his World Cup dream shattered by the controversial officiating of referee Bryce Lawrence. In addition, his outspoken nature and colourful application of the metaphor alternately amused and horrified South African rugby fans, and his close relationship with his senior players begged the question: Who was coaching whom? Now, in his autobiography, De Villiers answers this question and addresses many more: How he managed to progress from the dusty streets of Paarl as a rugby-mad youngster to the highest job in South African rugby; why his employers tried to manipulate him but failed; why he stuck with John Smit as captain in the 2011 Rugby World Cup; and where his passion for rugby will lead him next. If rugby fans thought they knew Peter de Villiers before reading this book, they will think differently afterwards.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

How To Build An Instructional Coaching Program For Maximum Capacity

Author : Nina Jones Morel
ISBN : 9781452279688
Genre : Education
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Chart your course for success: A guide for school and district leaders Research supports the value of coaches in improving school culture and facilitating change that leads to staff and student success. This comprehensive resource guides school and district leaders through the journey of developing and sustaining an effective coaching program. The authors engage readers with a nautical metaphor that outlines the planning and implementation process, including how to: Cast a vision for the coaching program Determine desired characteristics of instructional coaches Use data to evaluate and refine the program Communicate the benefits to leaders, principals, and teachers Design appropriate professional training and support
Category: Education

Soccer For Dummies

Author : Thomas Dunmore
ISBN : 9781118510650
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 85.23 MB
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Learn to: Get a handle on soccer rules and regulations Grasp the basic moves and plays Improve dribbling, passing, and other skills Appreciate this popular pastime Learn the basics, improve your game knowledge, and reach your soccer playing goals Do you get a kick out of soccer? Whether you're a youth league player, a soccer parent, or a World Cup fan, here at last is the book you've been waiting for. Now updated with the latest history, stats, and rules of this popular sport, Soccer For Dummies is the ultimate guide to the greatest and most popular sport on the planet. Kick off — get a beginner's history of soccer, from its early days in China to the modern game that's showcased in stadiums and played on soccer fields all across the globe Get to the nitty-gritty — discover the rules of the game, what each player on the field is expected to do, the tactics they employ, and the skills they need to play The biggest sport in the world — explore everything about the professional game of soccer, from the biggest show on earth — the FIFA World Cup — to other international tournaments such as the European Championships, Copa America, and the CONCACAF Gold Cup For fans — find out what you can expect at a professional soccer game, as well as the lowdown on where you can find soccer on television, online, in newspapers, magazines, books, movies, and on DVDs Open the book and find: How soccer is played (and scored) Tips on coaching, how to keep fit, and how to play "the beautiful game" An in-depth look at women's soccer How club soccer is organized across the world Important international and club teams Fun soccer facts and interesting tidbits A look at the game's most fascinating players
Category: Sports & Recreation