Have you attempted or wanted to teach life skills to your athletes? If you’re like most coaches the answer is, absolutely.
Once athletes start experiencing growth, they want more of it. So when the team begins to grow in the classroom together, the athletes will want more of it, making leadership development more sought after by the players.
When we hear about what took place with North Muskegon this year it’s on full display what took place was bigger than the game. The beauty of this is when you do the things which are bigger than the game, the game itself usually plays out better.
Do you know what’s better than rolling out Lead ‘Em Up Schoolwide? It’s what Moore, Oklahoma is doing
Something special is happening in Oklahoma.
It’s great when individual teams experience Lead ‘Em Up, even better when entire athletic programs do, and absolutely incredible to see what’s happening in Moore, Oklahoma.
Moore Public Schools are in their second year of utilizing Lead ‘Em Up district wide and the impact being made is remarkable.
The Green13 award is handed out to 13 athletes who’ve represented what it means to be “green.” Coaches nominate their athletes, the Lead ‘Em Up team goes through our voting/selection process and we land on the top-13.
And each winner gets FREE Chick-Fil-A for a YEAR.
We are thrilled to share some very exciting news with you... Lead 'Em Up is now teacher tested and student approved! During the past year we've been piloting our classroom curriculum with four schools across North America. We've received tremendous feedback from...
Green 13 is back and bigger than ever. Last year we introduced our Green 13 program: 13 athletes who represented what it means to be "green" as we announced the original 13 recipients of this highly respected and coveted award. (Click here to see the original Green 13...
It’s our mission to get Lead ‘Em Up to as many schools and athletic programs across the world as possible.
When working with an athletic program there are typically three ways in which Lead ‘Em Up gets rolled-out Athletic Program wide
In sports, and in life, we will all be a follower at some point and actively participate in the role of a ‘follower’. And in most cases, we will be in that role more often than that of leadership.
So, why not learn to excel as both a leader and a follower?
Take a look back at the 5 biggest moments in Lead ‘Em Up. What a great run these 5-years. We have more growing to do and more impact to make.
The players began taking this team and leading it to another level. The run we made the last few weeks of the season, throughout the playoffs, on our way to a Regional Championship and finally ending up at Xfinity Center for the State Tournament, was absolutely incredible.