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Virtual Team Sessions

Are you looking for a way to keep your team connected despite not being together in-person?

Introducing Lead ‘Em Up Virtual Team Sessions

Take advantage of our dynamic 45-minute Lead ‘Em Up team sessions.

The 45-minute session is being hosted on the zoom platform with Lead ‘Em Up founder Adam Bradley and is a unique, interactive leadership experience that’ll keep your team connected and growing.

Once you sign up, you will be emailed within 24-hours a list of session topics to choose from and to coordinate your session time.

We made this specifically for you

You’re not like others out there watching foolish stuff online, binge watching shows, not getting any better; no, you’re here to get better, and you’re the person who we’ve developed Lead ‘Em Up for.

You’re going to want to invest in our new virtual sessions because you’ll love the life changing lessons your players will receive. They will impact your players on-the-field, off-the-field, and for years to come.

When we get back to practice and games we’re not going to want to pick up from square one.

Click on the link below to secure your investment in your team’s ability to hit the ground running.

Have fun and #LeadEmUp

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