Bullying and bullying behavior has taken on an entirely new meaning and definition in recent times. The typical bully is no longer just the physical person everyone fears or avoids. There are numerous types of bullies that have taken on new and innovative ways to hurt their targets. Whether it's the grade school bully, high school mean girl, or corporate glass ceiling and executive politics, the need to identify bullying behavior in our society is more important now than ever before. Coach Randy presents a number of important and challenging topics that focus on bullying in schools, corporations, religious institution and sports.
What is the definition of leadership? What does it mean to be a leader?
Leadership is not something that is simply second nature to most people, it is learned and developed through experiences, positive role models and a lot of trial and error. Whether speaking to high school students or executives in business, Coach Randy knows leadership is a mandatory skill set in today's competitive global world. His presentations highlight important areas of concern, identifies potential challenges and provides practical strategies to immediately incorporate into anyone's "toolbox."
Early on we are "domesticated" with a Blueprint for Life. We are expected to study hard, get good grades, get into a good college, get a good job, make a lot of money and be happy. It's a design we nearly all buy into, spend countless hours and resources to achieve, yet only discover that success and happiness eludes us. Whether you are a high school student questioning your place in this world, a college student thinking about your career, a recent graduate struggling to find a job, or an well-established professional dealing with the unexpected transition or loss, Coach Randy's presentations offer inspiration, motivation and empowerment. Coach Randy is an expert in engaging audiences of all ages to identify how their own belief system is getting in their own way.
Power of PRIDE
Sports are a huge component of our American culture. We spend endless hours watching, playing and being a part of this remarkable industry. Over 40,000,000 youth participate in organized sports throughout our country. Research has proven that participating in sports offer significant life skills and lessons that lay the foundation for a successful future. However, by age thirteen over 70% of athletes drop out. The primary reason why young athletes stop playing is because they are no long fun. Athletes site the car ride home and the constant yelling of coaches as their two primary reason they no longer enjoy playing sports. The Power of PRDE Program (Performance, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence) unleashes a three-pronged effort to refocus the learning and enjoyment surrounding youth sports. The PRIDE Program addresses player development, team leader strategies, positive coaching strategies, and healthier approaches for parents.