Special Advisor to the Edmonton Oilers and Legendary NHL Coach
As head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Pat Quinn led the team to club records for wins, points, and consecutive seasons with a winning record, all under enormous pressure. He also coached the Canadian Olympic Men's Hockey Team to their 2002 Gold Medal—Canada's first in 50 years.
Pat Quinn on Leadership
Pat Quinn's success comes from his ability to help other people-- his players-- become successful. From superstars to journeymen to rookies, he has shaped groups of individual talents into high performing team. In his keynotes, he explores his triangle of leadership: skill, character and passion. How can these individual traits be turned into team attributes, with the whole becoming greater than the sum of its parts? With anecdotes from hockey legends, he provides practical advice for managers and team members on how to think, act, and perform like champions.
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