Trillion Dollar Coach: Team Coaching Lessons for Managers

Coaching
Knowledge Center

 

Next Topic

Coaching > Forum

Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Are you a manager or a coach? According to a new book by Google's Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle there is little difference. The Trillion Dollar Coach is a tribute to Bill Campbell. Campbell first coached professional football teams and then coached an immense list of top business leaders of US tech companies. For example, he worked for many years with Steve Jobs and Tim Cook (Apple), Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook), Larry Page and Eric Schmidt (Google), and many other hotshots, before passing away in 2016 at the age of 75. The essence of Campbell's thinking is that in order to be a top manager in an innovative firm you should act like a team coach. After all, the higher your management position, the more your success depends on making other people (your team) successful. See indeed: . In their previous book, "", Schmidt and Rosenberg argued that you need to attract in innovation companies. People who combine technical savvy, bus (...) Read more? Sign up for free

Please register now to read all responses and to join this discussion yourself. It's easy and 100% free.

Sign up for free     Log in


  Gregory Johnson, Coach, United States
 

Coaching Lessons Passed Forward

I haven't purchased the book yet but appreciate th (...)

  Javier Elenes, Business Consultant, Mexico
 

Act as a Boss, Leader and Coach

To achieve results trough people you need to excel (...)

  Alessandro Pegoraro, Coach, Italy
 

Definitely an elegy, but....

Fully agree with Jaap: the book is an elegy (Edito (...)

  Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States
 

Team Coaching, Managing and the Servant Leadership Model

I don't know anything about Bill Campbell, but he (...)

  Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Manager and BUSINESS Coach: Same Tools But Different Purposes

Managing, coaching (& mentoring) use common tools/ (...)

  Anonymous
 

The Throne Behind the Round Table

Bought the book and reading it currently… One thi (...)

  Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Round the Table Decision Taking

@: The principle of the team resolving an issue is (...)

  John Henry, Project Manager, United States
 

Compassionate, Caring Team Leadership

A good manager, leader, is a person who values his (...)

 
More on Coaching
Summary
Forum
The GROW Model / Coaching Framework
Trillion Dollar Coach: Team Coaching Lessons for Managers
Preconditions for Successful Coaching
🔥Coaching Emanates from the Relationality
Coaches Bring Out the Best in Their 'Teams'
Best Practices
🥇Coaching by Managers and Leaders
🥈Mentoring versus Coaching
🥉The Enneagram of 9 Personalities. Types and Centers.
Has Coaching Become Too Technical?
The Coach is a Facilitator for Self-Findings
Qualities of a Good Coach. Checklist
Assumptions of Coaching: You Can Change and Develop Yourself
Effective Coaching
Coach People's Strengths or Weaknesses?
Rational Emotional and Behavioral Therapy: REBT
Coaching is Expert-aided Goal-oriented Learning
Why Leaders Need Coaching
Does Business Coaching Really Work?
How to Get Help from Someone Else?
Teacher Professional Development (TDP) Models
The Need for Relational Coaching
Using Incentives and Rewards in Coaching
Business Coach must be Holistic
Coaching and Pedagogy
Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects of Coaching
Use of the Body in Coaching
Raising Productivity by Coaching
The Wheel of Life: Balance your Life
Evaluate the Benefits of Coaching in Your Organisation
Problems with Definition of Coaching
Special Interest Group Leader

Are you an expert in Coaching? Sign up for free


Coaching
Knowledge Center

 

Next Topic



About 12manage | Advertising | Link to us / Cite us | Privacy | Suggestions | Terms of Service
© 2020 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V15.6 - Last updated: 22-10-2020. All names ™ of their owners.