Playbook for Success by Nancy Lieberman
A Hall of Famer's Business Tactics for Teamwork and Leadership

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A top coach teaches the sports-related skills and basics every women needs to succeed

There are basics that every woman must have if she is to succeed in the corporate world, start and run her own business, or coach her own winning team. In Playbook for Success, Hall of Fame Business Entrepreneur Nancy Lieberman brings her leadership and coaching ability to the boardroom to teach professional women the same rules of success she teaches her players.

Playbook for Success is a plan to help make success a part of one's daily routine and teach women that success is not just a title or corner office, but an attitude, belief, and way of life.Teaches the top sports-related skills women need to thrive in the corporate world, featuring a provocative examination of women and teamworkIncludes profiles of women succeeding in business, ways to recognize your own strengths and weaknesses, and exercises that can be used in the business worldForeword by Basketball Hall of Famer and business legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson

Playbook for Success gives you a unique and inspirational road map to compete and win in your life and career.

 

About Nancy Lieberman

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Nancy Lieberman is a basketball hall of famer, two-time Olympian, Head Coach of the Dallas Mavericks NBA Development team the Texas Legends, former WNBA player, head coach, and general manager, broadcaster, analyst, writer, and motivational speaker. Nancy provides commentary for ABC, ESPN, and NBA-TV and has been a contributing writer for the New York Times and USA Today. She is also a motivational speaker, appearing before Fortune 500 companies such as Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan, MetLife, Home Depot, The Hartford, FedEx, Amway, AT&T, Bank of America, Prudential, Express, Nike, and many more.
 
Published September 23, 2010 by Wiley. 209 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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Most men have this, because they played sports, in high school, college, probably continuing on a team that plays weekends, whereas women, while they may have played a bit of sports in high school, don't continue with those sports or perhaps never participated, and so never developed their self-c...

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