What Do Your Players Want?


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What Do Your Players Want?
1010204 What Do Your Players Want?Being a conductor is kind of a hybrid profession because most fundamentally, it is being someone who is a coach, a trainer, an editor, a director.—Michael Tilson ThomasAs I started as a shy young conductor, I always wanted to cooperate. To build up the musicians. To help them to be better than without a conductor. And sometimes young talented musicians have to be encouraged.—Kurt MasurThis book is for and about you, the manager. But there's another side of the story—the players. You can't do much without them.Imagine a symp…
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Marshall J. Cook; Laura Poole: Effective Coaching, Second Edition. What Do Your Players Want?, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2011), AccessEngineering Export