Has anyone else read the business book 'Good to Great' by that Stanford business professor guy? It describes qualities that take good organizations to exceptional elite organizations, which do way better than most Fortune 500 companies, and one of the main facets is a Level-5 guy making the decisions. They describe a Level-5 leader as: - quiet, not attention seeking, humble, and deflect credit to others. - can be ruthless, always focusing on the bottom line, not afraid to make highly unpopular or drastic decisions for the benefit of the company. - always focus on what can be improved, not afraid to brutally confront flaws or mistakes. - strength of professional will, almost fanatical about the work and the company. - workmanlike diligence - more of a plow horse than a show horse. - ambitious for the company, not themselves (money, fame, glory, prestige, etc) As I was reading this, I couldn't help but notice how similar Bill Belichick was to most of the CEO's profiled in that chapter. Has anyone else read this book?