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The manager of a team is like a stagecoach, he cant move unless he has the horses
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"The manager of a team is like a stagecoach, he can't move unless he has the horses"

- Pete Rose

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This quote by Pete Rose is a metaphor comparing a supervisor of a team to a stagecoach. The stagecoach is a symbol of leadership and direction, and the horses are a sign of the team members. The quote is recommending that a supervisor can not lead a group to success without the aid of the team members. It is stressing the importance of teamwork and cooperation in order to accomplish success. The quote is also suggesting that the manager is only as successful as the employee, which the manager needs to depend on the employee to finish the job. It is a pointer that a manager ought to not take all the credit for the team's success, but need to recognize the contributions of the staff member. The quote is a suggestion that a supervisor must be modest and acknowledge the importance of the team members in order to attain success.

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Pete Rose This quote is written / told by Pete Rose somewhere between April 14, 1941 and today. He was a famous Athlete from USA. The author also have 21 other quotes.

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