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A Leadership Profile of Karen Shelton In The February 2019 Issue Of The Coaching & Leadership Journal

Over the course of her 37 years in Chapel Hill, Karen Shelton has built one of the country's finest field hockey programs at the University of North Carolina. Shelton took over as the Tar Heels' head coach in 1981 and since then has led UNC to national prominence in the form of six NCAA Championships, 11 NCAA runner-up finishes and 35 winning seasons. Following the 2017 season, Shelton carries a career record of 646-164-9 and ranks second in NCAA history in career wins. Ten times in the past 11 seasons, Shelton has led Carolina to the NCAA final four, claiming titles in 2007 and 2009, finishing as runner-up in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016, and reaching the semifinals in 2013, 2014 and 2017. She has led UNC to 20 Atlantic Coast Conference championships, most recently in 2017. 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 no

Coming In The February 2019 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

Here is some of what your colleagues will be reading about in the February 2019 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: Learning from the day the music died Pointer from Pat Williams The power of social media Attributes found within self-made billionaires Leadership profile—Karen Shelton, North Carolina Field Hockey 14 life-changing tips The Buffett formula for getting smarter How to read people like an FBI agent Bill Walsh on organization culture Motivating mantras Grammar lessons for leaders 24-hour rule  Working for Ham Optimistic thinking 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. Our weekly report The Team Leadership Report which includes timely and relevant coaching and leadership information as well as motivational st

What They Say About A Season In Words by Dan Spainhour

I still use your book all the time as a resource for my scouts and practice plans. --Stan Jones, Associate Head Coach Florida State Basketball Should be a tool in every coach's arsenal. My two favorite books are Jay Bilas' Toughness and Dan Spainhour's A Season In Words" --Mike Murphy, Head Lacrosse Coach at the Hill Academy & Former Head Coach at Colgate University You can count West Point Lacrosse as a program that has purchased this book. Excellent resource, the best! --Joe Alberici, Head Coach Army Lacrosse Basketball Sense Magazine, Review Of A Season In Words: Inevitably, every coach will hunger for the right words when trying to communicate with his team, especially in certain situations. Whether the situation is before a big game, after a loss, while overcoming adversity, or otherwise, articulating the right idea in words can be most important in the ongoing drive for success. There is always a need for saying the

Meet Two of Last Month's CLJ Renewals

Michigan State's Women's Basketball Coach has been a Coaching and Leadership Subscriber for four years;. Suzy Merchant’s success is undeniable. Entering her 12th season as head coach of the MSU women’s basketball program, Merchant has proven to be one of the best coaches in Michigan State history and a force in the Big Ten Conference. Through her first 11 seasons, Merchant has brought the Spartan program to the upper echelon at the Big Ten and national level. The Spartans have finished third or better in the Big Ten in eight of the last 11 seasons, and her conference record of 118-68 (63.4%) is in the top-12 career winning percentage in the 34-year history of the Big Ten and is the fourth-highest percentage among active coaches. The Spartans have won at least 20 games in nine of her 11 seasons. Tubby Smith has been a Journal Subscriber two years.  High Point University Athletics Hall of Famer Tubby Smith came home in March 2018 to become the 12th men's basketbal