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This Master Course Includes:
- 6 Chapters
- 6 Video Lessons
- Sports Mind Certificate
- Lifetime Access
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
This Master Course will help current and future coaches shift perspective on what being a leader truly means. Learners have the opportunity to listen to legendary, Hall of Fame football coach Tony Dungy as he shares his insights on coaching, framed by his personal experience as both a coach and a father. Through Tony's story, you will discover how a coach isn't just a title, but the embodiment of critical and nurturing guidance all at once.
- Gain the ability to make the right decisions when faced with obstacles
- Discover a more humanistic approach to mentoring and leadership
- Learn to execute any goal you set for yourself
- Discover a perfect balance between giving up control and remaining in charge
Your Sport Mind
- NFL Hall of Fame
- Two-Time Super Bowl Champion
- Bestselling Author
- Motivational Speaker
- Co-Host, NBC Sunday Night Football In America Show
Tony Dungy is an NFL Hall of Fame inductee. He is a former NFL player and retired NFL coach, most recently with the Indianapolis Colts. During his seven years leading the Colts, he became the first African American coach to win a Super Bowl. He was also one of the most respected and popular NFL coaches in the league. In January 2009, he announced his retirement from the Colts, ending a 31-year NFL career.
Tony’s success was achieved through unconventional means. Tony believes in uncommon methods of coaching and communicating and He is well known for his calm demeanor and relaxed attitude on the notion that, more work equals more success.
“My management team was not only entertained, but inspired and energized after hearing of the leadership how-to’s from sports figures they recognize.”
John D., Executive Fortune 500
"The Tony Dungy course was exceptional. As a coach and father, he provides great advice that can be readily applied to ones personal and work life."
Roger Gindlesperger Jr., United States Army Officer with an MBA in Sports Management