The Beauty of the Game | The Leadership Podcast
Mano joins Jan Rutherford & Jim Vaselopulos, on The Leadership Podcast to talk about his sports and business experiences with stories and advice on thinking like a coach, communicating, and making a difference in people’s lives.
The Way I End Each Year
For the past few years, I have taken time over the holidays to do the same two exercises: On New Year’s Eve I take time to reflect back on the year; then on New Year’s Day I take time to create my plan for the coming year. These few hours have become really special to me. In fact, I look forward to them with great anticipation. Looking back on the year gives me the chance to pause to celebrate and appreciate all that transpired. My reflection process is the same each year.
A Leadership Lesson Most Never Get
If there is one crucial concept that is important to living well, it’s learning to live between your own ears.
4 Reasons You Can’t Be a “Shy Leader”
If you only lead by example, you’re a poor leader.
Get a quick dose of wisdom to enhance your game and life.
The 5 Life-Altering Journeys Players Go on During a PGC Basketball Camp
When your child attends a 5-day camp, they get around like-minded people all looking to improve at this thing they love called basketball.
If you only lead by example, you’re a poor leader
Great leaders don’t have the luxury of minding their own business. And ONLY leading by example is inadequate for those athletes trying to become truly great leaders.
The 3-Point Play – On Playing Time. Solving problems, and Change.
Playing time is not determined by ability, but reliability. Ability – what you can do. Reliability – what you actually do. Coaches play players they trust.
Coach Edition: The Backbone of Great Leadership
As a coach, how do you respond to feedback or when people don’t like your decisions? TJ Rosene defines and unpacks the backbone of great leadership, and how it can help you develop and grow as a coach.