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.
A loud, high activity gym seems like a good thing, but not if all that noise and bustle covers up an otherwise ineffective session.
Memes tend to put the responsibility for good attitude and energy on players, but coaches can influence that a lot.
Do you see failure by your team as an indication of where you can be better, or is it a source of embarrassment or a personal affront?
Here are some interesting things to think about in your coaching coming from sport psychologist Dan Abrahams.