Over 30 years of experience developing winning high-school basketball teams, including 428 career victories, sets the stage for the unique credibility and power of Coach Jim Johnson’s message.
Many speakers talk about leadership, but it’s rare to find a speaker who has, quite literally, led thousands.
In a moment later celebrated all over the world, Coach weighed risk with the potential for great opportunity for an autistic student-manager, Jason McElwain (JMac) catapulting Jim, the team, and JMac down a path of inspiration and hope. That one victory continues to reverberate into countless lives as audience after audience is touched by a wave of courage and tenacity and witnesses what true leadership can accomplish.
- Search for people with a passion for and commitment to what they are doing, coupled with a "we over me" attitude.
- We often serve ourselves best by serving others.
- Vulnerability is one of the keys to building trust.
- Any team or organization has to have a mission that's bigger than just winning or making profit if they're going to be successful.
- It is essential to build programs that have systems that people want to be part of.
- You build good systems by creating consistency, vulnerability, clarity.
- Give people something that sets them apart to identify themselves as different and special.
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