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Download A Free Sample Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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Now you can download a sample issue of our Coaching and Leadership Journal.  Simpy visit our website and enter your email to sample our highly acclaimed journal that is now being read by leaders all over the country and Canada. We'd love to have you on the team! Read a sample issue!

Dan Spainhour On His New Book, Leading Narratives

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Leadership Publishing Team Founder is the author of several books and is the editor of The Coaching and Leadership Journal 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 y

Coming In The December 2018 Issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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Here is some of what you will find in the December 2018 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal  Leadership profile of David Williams II Don't be a leadership Scrooge Signs of high emotional intelligence Grant Cardone—things great leaders do  Gifts of the introverted leader Coaching ethics The world needs more coaches—less pimps Warren Buffett, tennis and avoiding stupidity Age beats height How to measure your team’s effectiveness Avoiding the awestruck affect Five great books you’ve most likely never even heard of Leaders don’t have to be people pleasers Embrace failure—don’t dwell on mistakes And More When you subscribe you will receive: •         A print edition of the Journal delivered to your door each month. •         Access to The Coaching and Leadership Journal website. •         The digital version of the current issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal emailed to you each month. •         O ur weekly report The Team Leadership

Our Leadership Sale Is Happening

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$17 Digital Book Bundle   Get three of our best selling books for only $17  This special, limited time  offer entitles you to get one digital edition of A Season In Words (ISBN: 978-1461187592; List Price $11.95), one digital edition of A Season In Their Words (ISBN: 9781977739704; List Price $19.99) and one digital edition of Coach Yourself (ISBN: 9780615172798; List Price  $9.95) for $17. Buy Now

Meet David Metzbower, A Coaching & Leadership Journal Subscriber

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A veteran coach with more than a quarter century of experience on collegiate sidelines, David Metzbower was named in July 2014 as the offensive coordinator for the men’s lacrosse program at UNC.  He was promoted to associate head coach in 2017. Within three years the hiring of Metzbower proved extremely profitable to the Tar Heels’ success on the field as a dynamic offense led Carolina on a post-season run that resulted in UNC’s first NCAA championship since 1991 during the 2016 campaign.  UNC followed that up by winning the ACC Tournament championship in 2017, just its second league title since 1996. In the fall of 2016, Metzbower was tapped as the NCAA Division I assistant coach of the year as named by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.  In 2016, UNC finished sixth in the nation in goals per game at 13.06 and the Tar Heels were fifth in man-up offense at .500.  We are proud and honored to have David on our team of subscribers! It is no coincidence that we have so