Lead to Succeed: 10 Traits of Great Leadership in Business and Life
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Lead to Succeed: 10 Traits of Great Leadership in Business and Life

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Best of the Best. Pitino draws on his experience as a basketball coach and motivational speaker to share with listeners the ten traits of a great leader in business and life. He stresses the importance of discipline, responsibility, patience, and loyalty to employees. Abridged.
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Published May 16th 2000 by Random House Audio
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Debbie
Feb 22, 2008 Debbie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Jaycees
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I picked this up at the library because I was looking for something educational, and helpful on leadership. As I started reading it I realized, wait a minute this is by a sbasketball coach and all of his examples havae to do with his basketball teams, so I was worried at first. I am not really into sports at all. However, it was a great, quick read. Lots of good, practical leadership knowledge, you can immediately apply. A good reminder of what it takes to be a strong and effective leader.
Brian
Encouraging words from a very good leader, despite what happened with the Celtics and the wishy-washyness of whether he's staying or going at Louisville.
I read this when I was in retail management.
Alicia
Lead to Succeed is a leadership orientated book. It talks about what it takes to lead groups through catchy inferences to basketball.
Ben
Inspiring thoughts about leadership, with lots of illustrative anecdotes from the author's life as a basketball coach.
Jackie
“Lying makes a problem part of the future; truth makes a problem part of the past.”
Brian
I read it mainly because the author was a basketball coach I really liked.
Daniel Alvers
Good book on leadership.

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Rick Pitino is the head basketball coach at the University of Louisville. He won the NCAA Championship in 2013 with the Louisville Cardinals and the 1996 NCAA Championship with the Kentucky Wildcats--the only basketball coach to win national titles at two different universities. He entered the Basketball Hall of Fame on September 8, 2013. Pitino also was head coach at Providence College during its...more
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