Podcast host, author, and motivational speaker, Jamy Bechler will be conducting a Free Leadership Workshop that will provide practical tips, strategies, and insights to help you maximize your leadership abilities and your team’s success. This live, online workshop will last around 30 minutes and there will be a time for Q&A at the end of the workshop. Though all leaders are welcome to register for the workshop, it is geared toward athletics. Visit www.FreeLeadershipWorkshop.com to see the date and time for this upcoming workshop.
The author of The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader has released his newest book. Building Champions: Success Principles From A-to-Z has been released on Amazon.com in paperback by author Jamy Bechler. The book will also be available in the Kindle version on Amazon and the Nook version at Barnes & Noble. There are plans to also release the book as an audio book on Audible.
You can get a copy of Building Champions by visiting www.BuildingChampionsTheBook.com. Discounts are also available for bulk or team orders.
The 140-page book is packed full of practical insights and interesting stories that can help readers better understand how to be more successful and maximize their potential. There are 26-chapters containing various character traits that start with a different letter of the alphabet.
WINONA LAKE, Ind. – Grace College is excited to host the first annual The Educators Leadership Learning Summit (TELL) on Oct. 30.
The Summit, held at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center, is specifically created for school superintendents, administrators, principals, athletic directors and coaches. The TELL Summit will bring in numerous top state educators and motivational speakers to share their experiences in the world of education.
The Grace College Athletic Department created the summit, providing an educational event that is unique across the state of Indiana.
Click here for a complete schedule of speakers and topics.
The TELL Summit is designed to inspire current and future educators in the high school world. This TED Talk-inspired event was created to spark new learning ideas, stimulate deep discussion and provide networking opportunities among like-minded educators.
“We are honored to host the TELL Summit at Grace College. We feel that professional development for educators in the athletic world is critical to help student-athletes in their development,” said Grace Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe. “We hope that providing an experience for high school educators to grow and sharpen one another will be a great benefit to sports leaders at the high school level across the state.”
Included among the 14 presenters in the 2017 Summit are Bobby Cox, IHSAA Commissioner; Sandy Searcy, National Federation of State High School Associations Director of Sport; Seth Maust, Five Star Life President; and Jamy Bechler, John Maxwell Coach. Three school superintendents will be speaking, including Warsaw’s David Hoffert, as well as three athletic directors, a principal and three high school coaches.
Click here for a complete information packet on the event.
The much-anticipated July 25 release of Jamy Bechler’s The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader proved to be a giant success as it was named the #1 New Release for basketball coaching books on Amazon.com.
Overall, it reached a high of #2 on Amazon’s list of basketball coaching books. Other books on this list include Jay Bilas’ Toughness, Pat Summitt’s Sum it Up, Mike Krzyzewski’s Leading with the Heart, Lew Alcindor’s Coach Wooden and Me, and Phil Jackson’s Eleven Rings.
Bechler is a John Maxwell certified leadership coach and former college basketball coach. He works with various teams and businesses to maximize their success by developing leadership skills and creating a championship culture. His clients have included teams from the NBA and the Big Ten, as well as multi-million dollar corporations.
The summer typically brings vacations and down time for many people.
However, for Jamy Bechler, a motivational speaker and John Maxwell leadership coach based in Atlanta, his life kicks into high gear as this summer approaches.
He will be speaking to thousands of athletic directors and coaches at a number of large and prestigious conferences this summer.
Craig Jackson, the Umpqua Community College athletic director, introduced motivational speaker Jamy Bechler as probably the only John Maxwell leadership coach to ever speak in Douglas County.
Bechler came to Oregon and spoke at Sutherlin High School and Umpqua CC students and coaches on February 23-24.
Bechler is a certified John Maxwell Leadership coach that travels the country working with businesses and teams to maximize potential and develop leadership skills. John Maxwell, author of more than 100 books, is widely considered the top leadership expert in the world.
Motivational speaker Jamy Bechler traveled in late February from his Atlanta headquarters to spend the day with student-athletes and coaches at George Fox University in Oregon.
He is a John Maxwell Leadership Team Member. John Maxwell, who has written more than 100 books, is generally considered the top leadership expert in the world.
Leadership speaker and coach Jamy Bechler was a keynote speaker at the Mississippi Association of Athletics Administration conference held on January 10-13 at the IP Casino and Resort in Biloxi, Mississippi. Bechler spoke to coaches, athletic administrators, principals and superintendents about the qualities that it takes to be a successful leader. As a longtime college basketball coach and high school athletic director, Bechler provided the audience with positive strategies to develop leadership among their staffs and student-athletes.
Motivational speaker and leadership trainer Jamy Bechler recently spoke to Big Ten student-athletes at the University of Illinois. As a long-time college basketball coach and administrator, he connected with the student-athletes using insightful and relevant illustrations.
The Fighting Illini student-athletes learned various concepts and practical ideas on how to be better leaders and become people of influence. Bechler emphasized that each one of the players is a leader, not just the captains, upperclassmen or starters.
“It was a fun time visiting schools and adding value to their students”, said Bechler. “It is always an honor and privilege to speak to our next generation of leaders.”