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Jack and Coach Lou Holtz Discuss Leadership Philosophies
There are multiple common threads between championship football programs and peak performance organizations. Multiple high-impact strategies of America’s most successful coaches can be adapted to advance organizational performance and profitability. Successes on the gridiron and in the boardroom are enhanced by similar tactics.
Jack Park, MBA, CPA, CSP is both a flourishing business executive and an accomplished football analyst and radio commentator. Connecting his solid understandings of business and football, he has fashioned a most unique program that is exceedingly beneficial and enjoyable --- it undeniably is “one of a kind!” Jack has presented The Leadership Secrets of Football’s Master Coaches to organizations in 47 states across the country.
Understanding Yourself – outstanding leadership begins with knowing yourself. One must be aware and recognize how his/her professional career connects with and impacts the other parts of his/her life.
Building the Winning Organization – understand how Coach Knute Rockne created enormous excellence at Notre Dame and became “The Father of American Football.” Rockne was truly the Henry Ford of the automotive industry, the Andrew Carnegie of steel, and the Bill Gates of technology.
The Lombardi Leadership Model – learn how Coach Vince Lombardi completely changed the culture of the lowly Green Bay Packers, and transformed them into perpetual winners. With this model, Lombardi forever changed football in America.
The Leader’s Vital Competencies and Behaviors – understand the eight core competencies of exceptional leadership, then develop strong capabilities in each of these eight areas. Learn how each competency is connected to the other seven.
The 12 Lombardi Leadership Lessons – proven practical leadership and coaching practices developed by Coach Lombardi throughout his exceptionally successful career. These abilities are the key to getting things accomplished through other people.
Jack has extensively studied leadership patterns and practices of great coaches including Bill Belichick, Tony Dungy, Woody Hayes, Tom Landry, Vince Lombardi, Ara Parseghian, Eddie Robinson, Knute Rockne, Nick Saban and Bo Schembechler. Jack has actively interviewed Lou Holtz, Urban Meyer, Jim Tressel, John Cooper, Earle Bruce and many more.
Urban Meyer - Jack Park
Jim Tressel - Jack Park
John Cooper - Jack Park
Earle Bruce - Jack Park
Eddie G. Robinson