Saturday, March 17, 2007

Hockey Rules

You have just been hired as the new the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Management tells you that they want all of the players to have these values:

plenty of playing time
develop great esprit de corps amongst each player
monitor any infractions of the players handbook
well run practices with all the players on the ice at the same time
each player needs to show genuine concern for all of his teammates
a players talents are to be used (a hefty salary has been paid for this asset)

You’re very excited because they were the best team in the league last year and management has told you that every player is coming back.

Success breeds success is your motto. You are really pumped with this opportunity.

Management adds one more thing. They know how successful they were last year and have discovered a sure fire way to be even more successful this year. They have tripled the number of players for you to work with. It doesn’t matter the cost, success is the goal. With that number of talented players you should be able to have the best season ever.

But…no buts about it. You’ve signed your contract. Now get going and make sure you do everything that you have been commanded to do.

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