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Lead 'Em Up provides high school coaches an engaging, cutting edge curriculum designed to train coaches to teach their players the dynamics of leadership and character. The Lead 'Em Up curriculum includes teaching lessons, team assignments, week-long player exercises and fun interactive game dynamics from our friends at game on Nation. Whether you’re coaching baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer or football the need to develop great leaders remains the same. We understand that need and this program will give you all the tools to do just that. We want you to have fun and Lead 'Em Up!
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Guest post from coach J.P. Nerbun What steps are you willing to take to develop leaders? Three years ago I made the decision that I wanted to become “intentional” in developing the leadership and character of the young men playing for our team. I had coached in Ireland, Lithuania, and now in Tennessee. The growing[…]
Our players confidence can be a fragile thing; strong today, broken tomorrow. One moment their confidence is overflowing to an almost unhealthy level and within seconds it’s gone. Regardless of where your players current confidence level is, as coaches we need to continuously work towards getting it to a healthy place. You can’t win[…]
Sports have always been pressure-packed. End of the game free throws. Final drive with 2:00 minutes left on the clock. Lining up face-to-face on a penalty kick. Pressure is intertwined with sports. The pressure in these moments is willingly accepted because the ecstasy of victory is so enticing. These moments are what make sports[…]
Special guest blog written by NFL Linebacker and Lead ‘Em Up Ambassador Lorenzo Alexander Every year I return to my hometown, Oakland, California, to host a youth football camp through my ACES Foundation. I think it’s important to give back to the community, especially to help the youth realize that they have the ability to[…]
Tucker Herzberg Joined Lead ‘Em Up September 2015 Position: Social Media Coordinator Tucker joined Lead ‘Em Up almost two years ago and coordinates all social media initiatives. With his passion for coaching and working with athletes, he has been a valuable addition to our team. Outside of his work with Lead ‘Em Up Tucker is[…]
Special guest blog written by Professional soccer player and Lead ‘Em Up Ambassador Yael Averbuch
For leaders to bring out the best in those they are surrounded by, they first need to strive to be the best version of themselves. Being the best version of you begins with with understanding your strengths and weaknesses. Great leaders take full advantage of and capitalize on their strengths, and figure out a game-plan[…]
After a year of planning and 6-months of hard work, our team is excited to roll-out the newly updated Lead ‘Em Up curriculum. Whether you’ve been with us for the last 2-years or starting out with us for the first time, everyone will be starting with Season One of the new program. We’ve added a ton[…]
Let’s Connect Sign-up here to receive a free preview of a Lead ‘Em Up session Awesome. We think you’re going to enjoy the new curriculum. Once you confirm your subscription you’ll be all set. Thank you. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. First Name Last Name Main Sport Email Address We[…]
Before you begin any of the 8-portals you’ll need to take the team through the Starting Point session.