Friday, August 17, 2018

Coming In The September 2018 Issues Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

Didier Deschamps is the third man to win the World Cup as both player and manager. 
Here is some of what you will find in the September 2018 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal:
  • Leadership profile—Didier Deschamps, France’s World Cup champion
  • Confucius' three keys to leadership
  • Open sessions with Lon Kruger
  • The gift of negative feedback
  • Lessons from the 2018 World Cup
  • Stories stimulate the mind
  • Tommy Lasorda’s way
  • Look ‘em in the eye
  • Uncommon wisdom for top performance
  • And much more! 
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  • The Team Leadership Report, our weekly report covering timely and relevant coaching and leadership information emailed to you each week.
Each issue contains:
  • Strategies to motivate your team and staff.
  • Quotes, anecdotes and trends to use in your team meetings and practices.
  • Ideas and philosophies from prominent leaders to help your team rise to any challenge.
  • Tactics to get the most out of your team and an edge on your competition.
  • Ideas and techniques that help you and your staff communicate more effectively with your team.
  • ​“A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with smarter people”—Will Rogers
The Coaching and Leadership Journal allows you to do both each month. Everyone from CEOs to coaches need constant advice and reminders about how to be a superior and dynamic leader. We do the work for you and deliver it right to your office. No other publication gives you so much information that is so easy to find and use.

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  • Jim Berkman, Salisbury Lacrosse
  • Katie Shields, Saint Louis Women’s Soccer
  • Jerry York, Boston College Men’s Hockey (first NCAA hockey coach to 1,000 wins)
  • Peter McGahey, Central Michigan Women’s Soccer
  • Kansas State Women’s Basketball
  • Joseph Alberici, Army Lacrosse
  • Mike Candrea, Arizona Softball
  • Mark Krikorian, Florida State Women’s Soccer
  • Dillon Bobbitt, Head Women's Basketball Coach, West Stokes High School
  • Michael Smith, Head Women's Soccer Coach, Trinity College
  • Sam Jones, High School Administrator
  • Ken Thompson, Head Women's Soccer Coach, North Idaho College
  • Nan Carney-DeBord, Athletic Director, Denison University
  • And Many More!

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Friday, August 10, 2018

Meet Mike Candrea, A Journal Subscriber


Mike Candrea is the head softball coach at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. He was the head coach of the United States women's national softball team in 2004, when Team USA won a gold medal, and in 2008, bringing home silver.

The Division I wins leader in NCAA Softball history, Candrea has enjoyed more than three decades of unparalleled success at the helm of the Arizona softball program. Candrea owns a 1,563-404-2 (.794) in 33 seasons at Arizona. Under Candrea, the Wildcats have won eight national championships and appeared in 22 Women's College World Series. He has guided the program to 11 conference championships, including the 2017 Pac-12 title, helping Candrea earn his 12th conference coach of the year. In addition to the 12 Pac- West, -10 or -12 Coach of the Year honors, Candrea has also been named the national coach of the year four times and regional coach of the year and has received six regional coach of the year honors.

Also in 2017, Candrea won his 1,500th career game, becoming the fastest coach in NCAA history, any sport, any level, to win 1,500 games. Only five coaches in any sport have more Division I victories than Candrea.

Entering the 2019 season, Candrea is second in NCAA softball history to Michigan's Carol Hutchins in career wins. In 2017, Candrea was inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame, adding it to a long list of hall of fames for the legendary coach that includes the NFCA Hall of Fame (1996), Pima County Hall of Fame (1996) and the Central Arizona College Hall of Fame (2009).

We are proud and honored to have Coach Candrea and the Arizona softball program on our team of subscribers! It is no coincidence that we have some of the winningest coaches in their respective sport. Great leaders know they can never stop learning and they never stop reading. They realize that for less than most people's monthly cable bill they can receive a year's worth of information delivered to their door that will make them better leaders, coaches and administrators.

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Friday, August 3, 2018

Sign Up And Get Dan Spainhour's Coach Yourself E-book For Free


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Friday, July 27, 2018

Just Released! Leading Narratives: The perfect collection of stories, jokes and wits of wisdom for leaders

Those who tell the stories rule the world.--Hopi American Indian proverb


About the book

​Leading Narratives is the latest book from Dan Spainhour. The book contains his collection of stories and parables that he has used during his 34 years as an athletic professional. Each story ends with a moral and lesson for leaders to impart to the people they are leading.

From the author

​​A huge part of my coaching foundation was formed when as a very young coach, I got the opportunity to work the Duke Basketball Camp. My first year was the summer following Coach Mike Krzyzewski’s third season at Duke which saw his team finish 11-17—his second consecutive losing season. At that time there were lots of rumblings about how long it was going to be before he was fired. I’m sure Coach felt pressure but he never showed it. On the last night of camp we always had a pizza party with Coach K. We sat around talking hoops, discussed coaching philosophy and there was always the occasional BS story thrown in. I distinctly remember Coach K saying that coaching is as much about choosing words as it is about coaching strategies. He said you must know your team and you must tell vivid stories—stories that not only make people think but make them feel the way you want them to feel. Little did I know that I was receiving advice from an hall-of-fame coach who would go on to become a legend and the winningest college basketball coach ever.

​I don’t think it is a coincidence that the greatest leaders teach with stories. I think everyone needs a good story to tell and thanks to Coach K, I became very interested in learning what parables or interesting stories I could use to teach lessons to my team. Here are some I have collected from 34 years in the business.  I will admit that some stories may be a little edgy and may not be considered “politically correct” by some but I chose to include all that I had in my collection. I hope no one is offended and that you enjoy them!

—Dan Spainhour, Winston Salem, NC, 2018



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Friday, July 20, 2018

Coming In The August 2018 Issues Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

How The San Francisco 49ers used Jackie Moon to help rebuild its culture 
Here is some of what you will find in the August 2018 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal:
  • Using Jackie Moon to help build culture
  • 12 lies leaders tell themselves
  • Leaders must avoid the Ahab syndrome
  • Disney’s world
  • Team leadership
  • Always compete
  • Their thoughts—Mike Fox UNC baseball
  • Ten traits of championship programs
  • Team obstacles
  • 7 Spiritual Laws Of Success
  • Leadership tips from the book The Front-Line Leader
  • What leadership and music have in common
  • And more!
When you subscribe you will get:
  • A one-year subscription to The Coaching and Leadership Journal (12 print issues).
  • Access to The Coaching and Leadership Journal website.
  • The digital version of the current issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal 
  • Access to our weekly report The Team Leadership Report which includes timely and relevant coaching and leadership information as well as motivational stories.
  • Strategies to motivate your team and staff.
  • Quotes, anecdotes and trends to use in your team meetings and practices.
  • Ideas and philosophies from prominent leaders to help your team rise to any challenge.
  • Tactics to get the most out of your team and an edge on your competition.
  • Ideas and techniques that help you and your staff communicate more effectively with your team.
“There is so much information out there and it can be so time consuming trying to find it. Coaches don’t have time to read blogs, and other material that can provide some really great information. Our journal allows them to get the information they need without having to waste time searching for it. I believe the top people in any profession never stop learning and that is the main objective of this journal, provide coaches and leaders the means to learn without having to waste their valuable time.”—Dan Spainhour, Editor of The Coaching and Leadership Journal    

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  • Jim Berkman, Salisbury Lacrosse
  • David Metzbower, UNC Lacrosse,  2016 Men's Lacrosse Champions
  • University Of Oregon Baseball
  • Stanford Women’s Basketball
  • Katie Shields, Saint Louis Women’s Soccer
  • Jerry York, Boston College Men’s Hockey (first NCAA hockey coach to 1,000 wins)
  • Peter McGahey, Central Michigan Women’s Soccer
  • Kansas State Women’s Basketball
  • Joseph Alberici, Army Lacrosse
  • Mike Candrea, Arizona Softball
  • Mark Krikorian, Florida State Women’s Soccer
  • And Many More!
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Friday, July 13, 2018

Single Issues Of Past Editions Of The Coaching & Leadership Journal Are Now Available

Issues are available for both subscribers and non-subscribers.
The Leadership Publishing Team announced that past issues of the highly acclaimed Coaching and Leadership Journal are now available for purchase. Whether you are a current subscriber, a past subscriber or you have never subscribed before, you can add an issue to your library. 

The Journal's first issue was made available for sale in 2013.The Journal's subscriber list includes coaches from every college sport as well as numerous athletic administrators on both the collegiate and high school level. This past year the Journal had a renewal rate of 72 percent.

The mission statement of the monthly journal is to provide content that meets that need of athletic professionals. Each month, Leadership Publishing Team founder, Dan Spainhour reads and scours the internet and print publications for the most relevant information that can make people better leaders. He then cuts it down to size saving you valuable time but still providing you with important information you can use. There is so much information out there and it can be so time consuming trying to find it. Like a monthly debriefing, the journal allows you to get valuable information without having to waste time searching for it. You'll refer to it again and again. It is not just a journal but a valuable resource delivered to you each month.

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Friday, June 22, 2018

In The July 2018 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal


"If you think about how good you are as opposed to what the next challenge is going to be, then you’ve already lost. We have to stay humble"…Jay Wright
Here is some of what your colleagues will be reading about in the July 2018 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: 
  • The Wright way--Jay Wright
  • The big cost of not taking vacation
  • Coaches play players they trust
  • Developing a success mindset
  • Leadership profile—West Virginia teacher’s strike
  • Things successful people do
  • Putting youth sports into perspective
  • Emphasize execution—not innovation
  • Difference makers
  • Pitbull’s life lessons
  • Six lessons for the leaders of tomorrow 
  • Social media addiction facts
  • Tips for new leaders
  • Leadership lessons from travel 
  • Go with your gut
Our journal provides content that meets that need of athletic professionals like you. There is so much information out there and it can be so time consuming trying to find it. As athletic administrators and coaches we don’t always have time to read articles, blogs, and other material that can provide some really great information.

Like a monthly debriefing, our journal allows you to get valuable information without having to waste time searching for it. You'll refer to it again and again. It is not just a journal but a valuable resource delivered to you each month.

Our subscribers realize that their subscription gives them 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!

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