Adding to our series on the education of a Coach is Matt Nein. In Part IV he analyzes how he works with and provides leadership for the coaches in the Strength and Conditioning Program at Salisbury University. The school is quite fortunate to have an individual that is willing to put forth this type of… Continue reading The Education of A Coach Part IV – Developing Young Coaches
“You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.” -Albert Einstein Theoretically it is very easy to say I want to become a servant leader but how can we put it into practice. A greater understanding of servant leadership is needed and we provide that through specific examples of how… Continue reading Servant Leadership Examples for Coach, Parent, and Athlete
“Those who believe what we believe offer their blood, sweat, and tears. Those who don’t believe demand more money and glory.” -Simon Sinek (Author and Speaker) John Maxwell and Simon Sinek are both well knows Servant Leaders who have created cultures of success among their followers. These are two of my favorite quotes from them.… Continue reading 10 Characteristics of a Servant Leader
Among athletic groups, leadership roles form through various group dynamic factors. Individual athletes, coaches, parents, and other adults involved are a few of the categories that leadership roles develop over the course of training sessions, team functions and games. Providing the appropriate type of leadership in these roles defines the success of the group whether… Continue reading Servant Leadership – Inspire Your Followers!