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Four Essentials Before Implementing A Leadership System

Implementing a leadership system is an intentional and valuable step in developing your program and the people in it. Systems help coaches who struggle to naturally be intentional about developing and passing on leadership responsibilities. Still, before you can...

The Four Keys to Effective Leadership Development

Why Leadership and Character Development Programs Fail 1. The program fails to provide relevant and useful process to implement values and principles in your context. In his article, “Why Leadership Training Fails—and What to Do About It”, consultant, researcher, and...

Leadership Development Starts with You

The Importance of Growing as a Leader Years ago, I made the decision that I wanted to become intentional in developing the leadership of the young men playing for our team. The growing selfishness and lack of leadership I witnessed in my players was not just...

How You Can Create More Leaders This Season

“Leaders create leaders by passing on responsibility, creating ownership, accountability, and trust.” —James Kerr, Legacy No More Team Talks Rugby coach Graham Henry had been coaching for 30 years, and every game, he gave a team talk. Then, one day in 2005—early on in...

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Discipline

Rethinking Our Discipline Strategies 5 Minute Read or Listen  “Hit the line! If we are going to continue to walk through these drills, then we are going to spend the rest of this practice running!” I definitely used this strategy more times than I can count. Not only...

3 Strategies to Develop a Player Led Program

How a Sled Dog Team Works Sled Dog teams have been around since 1000 BC and are still used today; not just for racing, but in the place of snowmobiles and helicopters for rescue operations. They are even able to travel for 6-8 hours across the roughest arctic...

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