You Don’t Own The Players Rights

Dec 27, 2021

In this episode Adam is joined by Southeast Regional Coach Kyle Elmendorf to share a powerful mind shift coaches should consider when it comes to the expanding nature of the transfer portal. Should all transfer situations be viewed with a negative mindset? Is there an opportunity to make these instances positive and boost your program in the future? This episode may challenge your beliefs on players and coaches moving programs, and we would love to hear your feedback. Send us a message on Twitter at @Lead_Em_Up with your thoughts!

Learn more about the Leadership coaching Kyle Elmendorf provides here – https://leademup.com/live-training/kyle-elmendorf/ – and follow him on Twitter here – https://twitter.com/k_elmendorf

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