Coaching Your Kids to Be Leaders: The Keys to Unlocking Their Potential - eBook
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Coaching Your Kids to Be Leaders: The Keys to Unlocking Their Potential - eBook  -     By: Pat Williams

Coaching Your Kids to Be Leaders: The Keys to Unlocking Their Potential - eBook

FaithWords / 2008 / ePub

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Pat Williams, Senior Vice President of NBA's Orlando Magic, intermixes wise principles along with experiences to craft an easy to apply manual on leadership. Williams shares the insights gleaned from over 800 interviews with today's top leaders. This book highlights that fact that our future is in the leadership abilities of our children, and leadership training begins at home. Let the accumulated wisdom contained in this book guide you through the tremendous responsibility of training and equipping your children. Includes forward by John Wooden.

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Title: Coaching Your Kids to Be Leaders: The Keys to Unlocking Their Potential - eBook
By: Pat Williams
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: FaithWords
Publication Date: 2008
ISBN: 9780446511865
ISBN-13: 9780446511865
Stock No: WW8317EB

Publisher's Description

In Coaching Your Kids to be Leaders, Pat Williams takes the seven principles of leadership and applies them to the challenge of building young leaders. The essence of a leader is embodied in these seven important qualities: Vision, Communication, People Skills, Character, Competence, Boldness, Servanthood. Young people can be inspired and motivated to build them into their lives. This is an invaluable tool for those committed to building leadership skills in the children they care for.

Author Bio

Pat Williams is one of the most influential executives in NBA history. Currently the Senior VP of the Orlando Magic (and a cofounder of the team), he has also been an executive with the Philadelphia 76ers, Chicago Bulls, and Atlanta Hawks.

An accomplished author, Pat has published fifty-five titles in subjects including sports, business, motivation, and inspiration. He is a prolific motivational speaker who addresses executives ranging from Fortune 500 companies and national associations to universities and nonprofits.

He hosts three weekly radio shows broadcast out of Orlando, FL, and has close contacts throughout basketball and national sports media. He lives in Orlando, FL. Please visit him at patwilliamsmotivate.com.

Jim Denney is the collaborating writer.

ChristianBookPreviews.com

Pat Williams’ Coaching Your Kids To Be Leaders is an excellent book on leadership. Elaborating on the seven key leadership principles in his previous book The Paradox of Power, Williams offers sound advice to any charged with the nurturing of children.
Father to nineteen children, senior vice president of Orlando Magic, and admitted “renaissance jock,” Williams does not rest on his success alone for the impetus of his arguments. After sending out some six thousand leadership questionnaires to successful men and women nationwide, Williams culls the wisdom and highlights the trends contributing to their collective success. Not surprisingly, parenting, reading, and sports are among the top influences in the lives of the leaders of our country.
With practical information and the exhortation to “start early,” there is something for anyone who deals with children of any age. Leadership is not limited to the select few, rather, Williams cites respondents who believe leadership qualities can be instilled in any child.
When I realized this was a sports book, I was reluctant to read it and put it under the stack of books at hand. However, it has proven to be thought provoking, delightful, and insightful. Williams’ stories, while sports-based, resound with wisdom and truth. The many and varied respondents whom Williams chose to cite make the book an eclectic and intriguing read. I highly recommend this book for anyone involved with children in any way. It is a modern day, How Children Learn. -- Suzanne Rae Deshchidn, Christian Book Previews.com

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