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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!
You are better then you think you are Confidence – Coaching Notes: Game Name: Hitchhicker game on Ad Exec printable coaches guide It’s Time To Win: Our players need to understand that competence breeds confidence. When we’re working on our craft, we’re simultaneously working on our confidence. They go hand-in-hand. We’re going to put[…]
Written by Adam Bradley – Lead ‘Em Up Founder One of the many reasons I love Lead ‘Em Up is that I get to go through the same journey so many coaches across the country are going through. Over the next month I’ll be helping a handful of schools kickoff Lead ‘Em Up in their[…]
Here’s a common response we’ve received from athletic directors and coaches across the country… maybe you can relate. “I love this idea & I would love to incorporate Lead ‘Em Up into our program, my only hesitation is this, I already ask so much of my coaches, I’m concerned how they’ll respond when I give them[…]
I feel great about this Optimism – Coaching Notes: Game Name: Ad Exec game on Ad Exec printable coaches guide It’s Time To Win: We won’t be able to fully change the mindset of our team in a 30-minute session. It needs continued reinforcement. Leaders think optimistically because they’ve developed the habit of thinking[…]
Volume II Lesson 2 – Every team has unique things associated to their program. This week will be the start of implementing a new habit with the team. What is one thing you (or your players) have been hoping to implement and incorporate in your program?
W.T. Woodson head girl’s basketball coach Aseem Rastogi in a recent interview with DMV Stream shares about the impact the Lead ‘Em Up program had on his team during the season.
Coach background: – Chris McCallum – Head of Basketball and Under 19 Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at the Canadian International School of Beijing (CISB) – Certified Teacher and Basketball Coach at the high school level for the past 12 years (Two years in Canada and Ten years within the Peoples Republic of China) – Currently[…]
Volume II Lesson 1 – Distractions can kill our dream and it’s often said you can’t serve both your purpose and your distractions. Great leaders recognize the harmful consequences distractions can have on our ability to remain focused on what we need to focus on.
Over the next month I’ll be completing the curriculum for Volume Two of Lead ‘Em Up, which goes on sale early summer. I’ve been asked by various people, “how do you go about building your curriculum?” I’m happy to share my approach. Currently we have 48-subjects forecasted for Lead ‘Em Up; four 12-week volumes. We completed the first[…]
Coach background: Aseem Rastogi, Girl’s Varsity Basketball Coach 2 years as Head Coach for the Cavaliers, 2006 alumni of W.T. Woodson Twitter: @Rastogi_Aseem What is your favorite quote? “Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm!” What is your favorite coaching memory? My favorite coaching memory came from this year, when our kids finally started to[…]