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Dadgum it, Roy Williams Retired

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Roy Williams is featured in the June 2021 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal My name is Dan Spainhour and in 2011, my 30th year in athletics, I started The Coaching and Leadership Journal . The basic premise behind my journal is that we are drowning in a never-ending stream of information, updates and it’s getting harder and harder to separate the noise from the useful information. As the quantity of information grows by the hour, leaders need the means and approaches to make sense of it all. That’s where our Journal comes in. Each issue invokes my judgment, knowledge, and experience to determine what is valuable to our readers. We scour the internet and print publications for leadership and coaching commentary and cut it down to size saving you valuable time but still giving you the information you need to stay ahead of your competition. Here is some of what you will find in our June 2021 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: ▪ Learning from the words of Robert F.

The Coaching and Leadership Journal Was Well Represented at The Women's Soccer Final Four

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  Florida State Clemson Two of the 2021 Final  Four Women's Soccer teams were subscribers to our Coaching and Leadership Journal. Florida State's Mark Krikorian and Clemson's Eddie Radwanski are long-time subscribers of the Journal.  Our subscribers include some of the top coaches and programs in the country. Two of our subscribers were also part of the college basketball final four. Stanford, who has been with us for many years won the 2021 women's basketball championship and Kelvin Sampson took Houston to the Men's Basketball Final Four. We believe that it isn't a coincidence that our subscribers are winners. Great leaders never stop learning and our Journal is a part of their continuing education. We would love to have you join the winning team by subscribing today. For the price of less than most people's cable bill, you will get a year's worth of material delivered to your door that will help make you a leader.  Visit The Leadership Publishing Team

Coming In The June Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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  Here is some of what your colleagues are reading about in the June 2021 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: * Learning from the words of Robert F. Kennedy * Lombardi’s lasting leadership legacy * Dadgum it, Roy Williams retired * Their thoughts—Dusty Baker * Gen Z is changing coaching culture * The NIL in a nutshell * What Bernie Madoff’s transgressions can teach us * What Madoff’s transgressions can teach us * Coaching scars * And More! Not all readers become leaders but all leaders must be readers! The purpose of the Journal is to provide ideas and insights to people who are passionate about leading and to provide it in a quick and easy-to-read format.  The Coaching & Leadership Journal now serves leaders from all fields. Our journal publishes article summaries that pertain to both leadership theory and insights from top leaders in all professions.  Like a monthly debriefing, our journal allows you to get valuable information without having to waste time searching for

Two Coaching Legends Just Renewed Their Subscriptions

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Kelvin Sampson Coaching legends Kelvin Sampson and Tubby Smith renewed their subscriptions to The Coaching and Leadership Journal last month. We are proud and honored to have both coaches as subscribers!  Tubby Smith We have a great team of subscribers. Top leaders understand the importance of continuous learning. Our subscribers realize that for less than most people’s monthly cable bill they can get an entire year of essential information delivered to them that make them better leaders, coaches, and people. We believe it's no coincidence that our subscribers are some of the most successful people in the profession! Join the team today! More Information

In The May 2021 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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  The sustained excellence of Tara VanDerveer  Here is some of what the top leaders in athletics and education are reading about in The Coaching and Leadership Journal this month: Nine characteristics of a great teacher Leadership lessons from Steve Kerr M√ľnchausen by internet Woke leadership Woke steps for leaders Their thoughts—Scott Stricklin A veteran teacher’s message Growing leaders The sympathy syndrome The problems of vindictive morality  The sustained excellence of Tara VanDerveer  Mentally strong kids have parents who refuse to... Assistant coach communication And More! --------------------   What a few of our subscribers say about the journal... Dan, I Love your newsletter. Thank you!!— Frank Martin, Head Coach University of South Carolina Men’s Basketball We absolutely love your Journal and plan on continuing our subscription for years to come!--Florida State Women’s Soccer Absolutely love it!--Kelvin Sampson, Head Basketball Coach, University of Houston Thanks a bunch, Da

The Power of Stories: The Cracked Pot

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Thoughts From Kendall Coyne Schofield In The April 2021 Issue Of The Coaching & Leadership Journal

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   Team USA captain and Olympic champion, Kendall Coyne Schofield was recently hired as the first female player development coach for the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks.  Here are some more things top leaders are reading about this month Ecclesiastes on foolish leadership Questions for Dan Spainhour The unique approach of Bruce Arians Better, not perfect  Belichick’s refusal teaches important lessons Science says swearing is good for you Loyalty pecking order  The art of extending your career Tom Crean’s gap year "Likes" are similar to lab rats seeking food The fallible mindset of being right, not wrong And more! The Coaching and Leadership Journal is more than a journal, it is about helping readers discern what's important in the world of leadership.  What a few of our subscribers say... Dan, I Love your newsletter. Thank you!!— Frank Martin, Head Coach University of South Carolina Men’s Basketball We absolutely love your Journal and plan on continuing our subscription for