It requires wisdom to understand wisdom
- May 12, 2010
Great coaches are CEOs who assess their program needs for sustained success. Then hire a staff that share his vision and are equipped to carry those goals at the highest level. He then along with his staff periodically assess everyone's performance to identify areas of improvement, modification if called for and always has a plan B or C in place for any adjustments such staff departures. There's the personality aspect. That is knowing if the program needs him to be a General Patton, an easy-going aw-shucks Reagan, a master strategist Geronimo, an adaptable Quanah Parker, or a mix of them all.