11 Lessons on Leadership From the Twentieth Century's Greatest WinnerBook - 2001
He has been hailed as the greatest team player of the twentieth century. In Russell Rules, the star center of the Boston Celtics and five-time NBA Most Valuable Player reveals the eleven essential steps to attaining success in your professional and personal lives. Leadership and teamwork are the hallmarks of becoming a champion, and in this book Russell shares the insights, the memories, and, most important, the enduring philosophy that made him a star. He talks about what leadership means to him, and how living by these eleven rules has influenced him in every aspect of his life, from being a single father raising a daughter to becoming a successful coach and mentor to others. Filled with rousing personal and professional anecdotes and never-before-revealed stories of his glory days playing with Celtic greats Bob Cousy, Tommy Heinsohn, Sam Jones, and their legendary coach Red Auerbach, Russell Rules offers inspiring lessons on teamwork, commitment, personal integrity, and what makes a winningteam. This invaluable primer will help anyone become a champion. . . from the man who has successfully proven that playing-and living-by these rules really works.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2001
Branch Call Number: 796/.323/092/Russe 359401 1
Characteristics: xi, 244 p