Joe Ehrmann, a former NFL standout, is a dynamic motivational speaker and seminar leader, addressing audiences nationwide about the unparalleled platform, power, and position coaches have to transform their players' lives and impact families, schools, and communities. Recognized for his revolutionary concepts of teambuilding, mentoring, and coaching, he was named one of the "100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America" by the Institute for International Sport.
Ehrmann's coaching philosophy was described by Jeffrey Marx in the New York Times best seller Season of Life, and since the publication of that book, thousands of coaches have looked to Joe for advice about putting his philosophy into practice. InSideOut Coaching provides the critical information and tools they've been waiting for - the information to help coaches everywhere create more meaningful experiences for themselves and to maximize their impact on the lives of the athletes they coach.
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"Ehrmann's guidebook is full of wise, practical words that should replace the old 'winning at all cost' adage." (Publishers Weekly)
In the beginning, there were sections where I wondered why he was sharing such information, but as the book progressed, I could see how it all fit together. This book contains many, many great resources for being an inspirational, and highly effective coach. I plan to buy the paper copy so that I can highlight and take notes next time.
Erhmann has identified one the root causes many of the social problems affecting this country and has a clear solution. In addition the book is a wonderful leadership guide.
This is one of those books that you can read/listen to over and over. This type of intrinsic reflection in the context of sports is very rare. The impact of pursuing transformation from the inside-out for a coach first and then their players second, has the power to change the world!
Nothing the narrator himself could have done - his voice is just hard for me to hear when driving in a car.
Just a great book at what coaching should be about.
It's unlike any other coaching book I've ever read before. A must-read for anyone looking to be in a leadership role of any kind.
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