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[…]
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Before you begin any of the 8-portals you’ll need to take the team through the Starting Point session.
The foundation of any team are the relationships within them. A team coming together is predicated on an ability to develop relationships.
Most peoples confidence resembles a traditional roller-coaster ride; one moment it’s up and the next moment it’s down.
A team filled with players that exhibit a high-level of enthusiasm is a game-changer.
Nothing great has ever been accomplished when it has been derailed by distractions along the way.