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A Blueprint For Culture



Learn how to incorporate your unique leadership style in the creation of a culture, while keeping the essential aspects every culture needs to be successful.

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This Lesson is a part of Mike’s Master Course: Becoming General Manager

Lesson Includes:

  • 3 Sections
  • 9 Video Lessons
  • Sports Mind Badge
  • Lifetime Access
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Brief Summary:

This course enables leaders from all areas of life to build a strong culture within your organization. You will learn from Mike Tannenbaum on how to incorporate his unique leadership style in the creation of this culture, while keeping the essential aspects every culture needs to be successful. Learners will also develop a sense of grit and perseverance, both necessary qualities for leadership success.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop a personal blueprint for the development of a strong culture in your organization
  • Learn to adapt a systems thinking approach to your business to ensure all employees work is noticed and appreciated
  • Learn what it means to be "gritty" and have a sense of "stick-to-it-ness"


Course Curriculum


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Bill Curry
Bill Curry
  • Super Bowl Champion, Green Bay Packers
  • Played in first Super Bowl in NFL history
  • Head Coach, Georgia State University

Bill Curry has spent his entire adult life as a leader and communicator. His NFL career included two Super Bowl titles and a stint as the President of the NFL Players Association. Bill served as head football coach for Georgia Tech ('80-'86), the University of Alabama ('87-'89), and the University of Kentucky ('90-'96). In 1989, Bill was recognized as the nation's top coach with the Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year Award. From 1997 to 2008, Bill came into millions of homes each football Saturday as an analyst for ESPN. In September 2006, the American Football Coaches Association announced Bill as the recipient of the 2007 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award in honor of his outstanding service toward the advancement of the best interests of football.

In June 2008, Bill was selected to be the inaugural head coach of Georgia State University's new football program. Bill's book - "Ten Men You Meet in the Huddle" - was released in August 2008 by ESPN books and was praised by author Pat Conroy as "the best book about the NFL" that he ever read. In 2014, Bill joined digital media attorney Pete Wellborn and communications expert Jeff Battcher to found AIM Sports Reputation Management. There is literally no category of crisis or challenge that Bill has not faced and overcome during his five decades in football.


 

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