The Tough Stuff, by Cody Royle, does have some coach-team interaction elements, but largely focuses on the coach as an individual.
Although having a decent knowledge of soccer is probably required, this is a good look at the work and thought process of an elite coach.
How We Learn to Move is a book on skill development with a heavy focus on the Constraints-Led Approach which is well worth a read.
Coaching Volleyball: A Survival Guide For Your First Season does a pretty good job of hitting on the main needs of a first year coach.
The Set Point is a book by the FIVB that goes into the thinking behind developing the VNL and its plans for growing the game economically.
Ultimately, Coach-to-Coach is a series of coaching lessons presented in a very enjoyable and engaging story format.
In Championship Behaviours, Hugh McCutcheon provides a pretty comprehensive approach to coaching and athlete development.
Do Hard Things by Steve Magness attacks out-dated conceptions and provides a guide to how we can develop true mental toughness.