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Leadership Lessons from John Wooden

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Nicholas Wiedeman's curator insight, October 30, 2013 5:29 PM

John Wooden has always been know for his character and how he used it to motivate his players. He showed he cared for those around hm and went about things the right way. He had a strong sense of ethics and used this as a standard for his players to follow.

Alex Lilley's curator insight, October 30, 2013 11:29 PM

UCLA's legendary baseketball coach John Wooden shares lessons on what leadership really is how he inspired others. Character was the essential quality that he stressed was the main ingredient to form leadership. John Wooden was a transformational leader. He inspired others to what to follow him so they could one day win a nation championship. 

Aryn Peterson's curator insight, August 11, 2014 10:09 AM

A man who was a teacher before a coach and continued with his mission to help people learn while showing them what they accomplish along the way is more important than the win/lose ratio or final grade.

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5 Keys to Inspiring Leadership, No Matter Your Style

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Inspiring greatness is all about leading by example. The best leaders have these habits in common.
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Introduction to Ethics

In this lecture we look at the subject matter of ethics, distinguish between moral subjectivism and moral realism, discuss Hume's law, and look at the differ...

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Ethical bias?

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Journalists play an important role in society by keeping a check on those in power, but they often become instruments serving the interests of the powerful themselves. (Are journalists recruited foot soldiers of #propaganda?
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sport ethics commercial دعاية الاخلاق الرياضية

ضحك تنسيم السعودية الامارات البحرين قطر الكويت عمان دعاية.
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Sports Ethics? | At the Threshold

There is an American sports ethic, but what is it? When I was a boy, we played football and baseball and basketball and every sport you can think of, including sports games we made up. One thing for sure: on the playgrounds ...
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Are You Out of Sync With Your Values?

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The three levels of values and why you should understand them both for your organization and yourself.


Edgar Schein is a colossus for those of us who think hard about how people and organizations work. His core model explains corporate culture, and it’s one that we can take and use as we look to maximize our own potential and do work that makes a difference, work that matters.


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Six Leadership Ideas With An Assist from Michael Jordan

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Michael Jordan inspires the word leadership. Here's six MJ quotes and the leadership messages I uncovered.

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Nicholas Wiedeman's curator insight, October 30, 2013 5:44 PM

Michael Jordan was obsessed with being the best. He believed in himself, hard work, and having a vision of what you want to accomplish can let anyone overcome obstacles. His confidence and work ethic earned the respect of everyone he met and that is something every leader needs to aspire to.

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What Role Does Ethics Play in Sports?

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Leadership Philosophy

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What Constitutes Excellence in Leadership?
On the field, in the classroom and in the dorm - virtually 24/7 - cadets are constantly urged to assume increasingly responsible leadership roles at a pace that reflects their own capabilities.
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Point of the Game: Sport Ethics: Resilience

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sports ethics, resilience athletics, overcome adversity, defeat resilience, Phil Jackson on resilience.
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Awesome article, and a book I may have to read!

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Sports ethics - الاخلاق الرياضية

مسكين الاعب.
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Perfect example of bad ethics and morals

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Academic Fraud: The Locker Room Lineup - Fraud Solutions

Academic Fraud: The Locker Room Lineup - Fraud Solutions | Sports Marketing_Lescoe, D | Scoop.it
Rashad McCants, former member of the 2004 - 2005 UNC (Tar Heels) Championship Mens Basketball team tells an interesting story about academic fraud. (Academic fraud allegations rock one of the top college basketball programs.
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10 Lessons In Defining Your Company Values

10 Lessons In Defining Your Company Values | Sports Marketing_Lescoe, D | Scoop.it
Creating a Culture through Explicit ValuesValues are one of those things that can sound soft and squishy, especially in the context of a company. The reality - I have found - is actually quite the
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Excellent for future managers when establishing your company or sports management team!

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Jacqui Hogan's curator insight, October 28, 2015 10:38 AM

Even if this approach is not your cup of tea, do you have a better way to entrench your core values? My own view is that if you define and practice your values at the top, almost everyone else will follow on.