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In The May 2020 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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How the coronavirus could affect Generation Z Here is some of what you'll find in the May 2020 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: Leadership under fire Cornerstones of a championship culture  How the coronavirus could affect Generation Z Are candor, humility, & trust making a comeback? Leadership Profile Harry Sheehy—Director of Athletics, Dartmouth College John Wooden—a lifetime of observations  Keep your options open Cancellation thoughts from spring coaches A lesson for leaders The Dunning-Kruger effect—the know it all Tips for handling anxiety A dozen ways to build culture A coaching presence And more! Not all readers become leaders but all leaders must be readers! About the Journal: 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 art

Dan Spainhour discusses retirement, relationship with Florida State coach, favorite memories from final season

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After 26 seasons as a head coach, Leadership Publishing Team founder, Dan Spainhour is ready for the next chapter. The Coaching and Leadership Journal Download Sample Issue More Information Subscribe Today

The Leadership Publishing Team's Founder Evolving To Next Phase

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West Stokes boys’ basketball team is coming off its best season in the program’s history and Coach Dan Spainhour is using it as a stepping stone into the next phase of his life. After coaching in the surrounding communities for nearly 45 years, the 60-year old coach will retire from teaching and coaching effective at the end of the school year in June. During his 26 years as a head basketball coach, he has accumulated an overall record of 483-253 with 308 wins coming at West Stokes and has been named coach of the year 14 times. He was a recipient of the Governor’s Laurel Wreath Award as an Ambassador of Athletics in the State of North Carolina. Dan Spainhour celebrates his team’s third straight Western Piedmont Conference Championship. “I’m very thankful and grateful to have spent a big apart of my career in Stokes County and my home,” said Spainhour. “This is not a full retirement; it’s evolving into the next phase on whatever that is. It’s a new season, and it’s time for m

Read About Patrick Mahomes & The Value Of Playing Multi-Sports

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Super Bowl-winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes is a rare breed of athlete, and the coaches at his Texas high school knew it. In addition to his performance on the gridiron, Mahomes was an elite pitcher for the Whitehouse High School baseball team. In 2014, his senior year, he threw a no-hitter with 16 strikeouts against current White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech. Along with learning more about Mahomes and the value of playing more than one sport, our subscribers are also reading about these topics: Proverbs and the foolish leader The power of unrealistic goals Bill Belichick's 5 rules of exceptional leadership Their thoughts—Cathy Engelbert, WNBA commissioner  Mindful leadership Lombardi—the master orator Sports can improve listening Control the rumor mill Brave leadership from the man called Gandhi The captain class quotes Leaders should "carry the luggage" The power of confrontation by Bill Parcells  About The Journal The Coaching and Leadership