Everyone is a coachno matter if its raising children, coaching a youth sports team, being the project team leader at work, teaching students in a classroom, or managing employees in a corporation. Great coaches have to be able to provide direction and vision, stay on a firm path while also recognizing when change is needed, motivate, maximize the potential of their people, and deal with adversity. As seen here, the coaches techniques, strategies, and personalities are varied, but deep down they all have that special something that allows them to be champions while others struggle to attain a similar pinnacle.
These world-renowned hockey visionaries take readers into the players dressing room and onto the ice and explain what it takes to be a champion at hockey. But, as readers will see, these mastered principles of coaching success are also relevant "off-ice" so that people in all walks of life, from managers to moms, can win their own Stanley Cups. The 12 coaches in Simply the Best have spent a lifetime in the pursuit of understanding how to win. Now so will you!