As a forward for the great Tar Heel teams of the late '60s and early '70s, David Chadwick had a first-hand view of legendary coach Dean Smith's winning formula on the court. In The 12 Leadership Principles of Dean Smith, Chadwick applies Smith's people-first methods for achieving individual success within a team framework to the business world, the community, the family, and beyond.
Chadwick also draws from the recollections of Mike Krzyzewski, Michael Jordan, Rick Pitino, and many others, revealing the profound influence Smith has had upon those who know him.
Extends the philosophy that brought coach Dean Smith and his teams success in the business world, the family, and other life situations. The author encapsulates Smith's approach to life and leadership in twelve principles, illustrating concepts of teamwork and teaching in a way that is enriching to anyone.