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Run to Win: Vince Lombardi on Coaching and Leadership (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – September 2001

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Looks a the life of the football coach and shows how to apply Vince Lombardi's coaching style to the business world and everyday life.

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Donald T. Phillips is the internationally acclaimed author of several bestselling books on leadership, including those on Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Founding Fathers. Most notably, his book Lincoln on Leadership has been translated into seven languages. A civic leader himself, Phillips currently serves as mayor of Fairview, Texas.


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Ein sehr interessantes Buch, vor allem für Coaches im Bereich Football. Es geht um die Legende Vince Lombardi. Sein Weg seine Spieler zu motivieren und mit ihnen umzugehen. Es werden viele Aspekte die für jeden Football-Coach wichtig sind angesprochen. Viele Perspektiven, über die man als Coach sich mal gedanken machen sollte. Man muß zwar nicht mit allem einverstanden sein, aber es lohnt sich zumindest, über das angesprochene nachzudenken. Natürlich kann man in Deutschland nicht alles so angehen wie ein Vince in der NFL, das ist klar. aber die Denkanstöße sind sehr gut. Kann ich jedem Coach nur empfehlen.
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HASH(0x976cb408) von 5 Sternen Phillips is an excellent leadership biographer 6. Februar 2006
Von Timothy R. Milburn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Donald T. Phillips has taught me a few things about leadership. He showed me the unique leadership abilities of Abraham Lincoln. He demonstrated the necessary leadership of the United States' Founding Fathers. He summarized the amazing leadership influence of Martin Luther King, Jr.

And now, he's introduced me to the behind-the-scenes leadership characteristics of Vince Lombardi.

In his book, Run To Win: Vince Lombardi on Coaching and Leadership, Phillips combines biography with commentary to demonstrate the foundational impact that Vince Lombardi had on the Green Bay Packers and on professional football. Vince Lombardi is a man whom many consider to be "the greatest football coach in the history of the sport...being both a household name and an icon."

Phillips divides the book into four categories: Starting Out, Building Trust, Routine, and Character. One of the things that I love about Phillips style is that he gives great real-life content. Every chapter is full of snapshots of Lombardi's life. Phillips has really done his homework, even going as far as getting the endorsement of the daughter of Pete Rozelle, Anne Marie Rozelle Bratton and Lombardi's son, Vince Lombardi, Jr.

In the chapter titled, Sell Yourself, a Lombardi quote opens the theme (quotes are plentiful in this book, and there are always a couple of key ones at the beginning of each chapter):

"You have to sell yourself to the group. And in order to sell yourself to the group, there is no way you can be dishonest about it. Therefore, what you sell has to come from your heart, and it has to be something you really believe in."

Then the chapter breaks into a story by one of Lombardi's players, Forrest Gregg, about the first practice that Lombardi had with the Green Bay Packers. Coaches in the past had let certain slackers slide and loaf through practice, but not Vince. When one of the receivers, who had a history of taking it easy, didn't run a route to Lombardi's liking, the coach was in his face all the way back to the huddle.

Phillips does a good job of summing up each chapter at the end by including a box entitled: Lombardi Principles. Phillips has tremendous insight as to what makes for good leadership practice and does a great job of pulling practical, transferable, wisdom from Lombardi's life. For example, at the end of the chapter entitled, Keep Things Simple, the Lombardi principles include:

* Listen to the members of your team - and then simplify your system so it can be easily rememberd and implemented.

* Wherever possible, reduce your explanation of complex matters to two fundamental things.

* For more complicated subjects, present a visual image for the team to concentrate on.

* Don't encumber your players with a lot of rules. Give them the freedom to act on their own under game situations.

One of my favorite chapters is probably one of the shortest: Learn, Teach, Practice. The chapter seems to sum up what made Lombardi great. One of the comments from Lombardi's wife says it best:

"When Vin gets one he thinks can be a real good ballplayer..., he will just open a hole in that boy's head and pour everything he knows into it."

I enjoyed the book's honesty. What I mean by that is you saw a clear picture of Lombardi - both on and off the field, the good and the bad, the good times and the bad times. Lombardi was far from perfect, and over time, the memory of Lombardi's stature can become more myth than reality. Phillips does a good job of showing us the areas where Lombardi struggled and the demons he wrestled with. He had a ferocious temper, he would often rub people the wrong way, he was abrasive, and he wore his emotions on his sleeve. But Lombardi was always quick to apologize whenever he realized that his darker side had gotten the best of him.

Most young people today don't have the privilege to have seen Lombardi coach, to see him win Super Bowls, to recognize his impact on the NFL. Phillips has given us a wonderful glimpse into the life of a special man who exemplified tremendous leadership in his field (and on his field for that matter).

Near the end of the book, another Lombardi quote offers motivation for those of us striving to be the best that we can be...

"The quality of a man's life has got to be a full measure of that man's personal commitment to excellence and victory, regardless of what field he may be in."
HASH(0x9f83a9c0) von 5 Sternen This book give great insight into Coach Lombardi 19. Mai 2011
Von John Brillo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Don Phillips has done a masterful job of writing the essesce of who Vince Lombardi was. He was a man who wanted his players to be the best that they could be and develop character. This book goes far beyond the football field and can be applied to anyone's life. I believe Mr. Phillips packed in as much information as possible in the least amount of pages. His contributions about great leaders in this and other books is invaluable and greatly appreciated.
HASH(0x97d3fea0) von 5 Sternen Vince Lombardi: still a winner! 2. Februar 2012
Von Mary Emerson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I recently gave stock to my sons when the Green Bay Packers offered that option to the public. With the stock, I ordered several of Vince Lombardi's books for enrichment. I was not disappointed nor were my two sons. Vince Lombardi is truly a real American legend in the field of football. We particularly likes the inclusion of some of his quotes that were given within the context of his life and events. The legend himself will never be forgotten!
HASH(0x976cb450) von 5 Sternen Must Buy for Football and Leadership or Packer and Vince Lombardi fans 3. Dezember 2014
Von Doug Saylor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I have several books about Vince Lombardi and his methods as well as concepts for coaching, which apply to leadership as well. THis is another good book with good examples and lessons you can get from stories about Vince and the packers.

If you are a Packer Fan, Vince Lombardi follower, love football, looking for leadership ideas, this is a book you need to add to your library.
HASH(0x9f83aa20) von 5 Sternen New insights into Lombardi 30. September 2013
Von PTB - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
A good read; the chapter summaries on "the Lombardi Way" start to sound overly repetitive from the chapter text, but other than that there was some good info here. I've followed Lombardi beginning in the '60s and thought I'd heard everything there was to hear about him. This book however had several interesting insights I'd never come across before.
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