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In The March 2023 Issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal


(Jerome) Tang talk

Here are some of the things that our team of subscribers will be learning about this month:

  • Tang (Jerome) talk
  • Leadership lessons from Saint Patrick
  • (Ed) Cooley’s cool talk about leadership
  • Essentials to leading different generations
  • Their thoughts—Sonny Dykes, TCU football
  • Coaching corner--Brooke Wyckoff, Florida State Basketball
  • Lessons in life from Michael J. Fox
  • Our armor can keep us from daring leadership
  • Q & A with John Hayes—Wake Forest Cross Country
  • Their words—Jay Bilas
  • Effective eye contact
  • Adult peer pressure
  • Signs your life needs to evolve
  • And More!

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