Jamy has appeared on both radio and television as a guest expert on various topics. Currently, he is a weekly guest on an ESPN station in Wisconsin, as well as appearing on a morning talk show in Wisconsin. His two-minute inspirational Bechler Business Brief is played on a number of radio stations throughout the country. Jamy has also been published on Huffington Post. If you are interested in booking Jamy for a TV, radio or podcast interview, please contact speaking@JamyBechler.com.
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The “Pure Sweat Basketball Show” is hosted by Alan Stein, Jr. He has worked with some of the biggest names in basketball to help them increase their performance. The podcast is one of the top basketball podcasts in the country. Guests have included ESPN personalities like Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg, and Jay Williams. Even Gary Vaynerchuk has appeared as a guest. This interview lasted a little less than one hour but it was split up into three parts. Listen as Jamy Bechler, former college coach turned leadership coach drops nuggets of wisdom on the audience.
Joe Ferraro has had guests such as poker great Phil Hellmuth, thought-leader Seth Godin, and Author Daniel Pink, just to name a few. In today’s episode, he interviews Jamy Bechler. Jamy is an author, speaker, coach and consultant who specializes in the art and science of leadership. Today we dive into his book The Leadership Playbook. In it, Jamy unpacks years of experience from inside and out of the world of sports.
Host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and her Best Ever You Show has had more than 1 million listeners through the years. She has interviewed guests such as Hall of Fame golfer Annika Sorenstam, 7x Emmy winning actor Ed Asner, Olympic gold medal gymnast Mitch Gaylord, and author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series, Jack Canfield just to name a few. On this episode, she interviewed Jamy Bechler about his leadership teachings and his best-selling book “The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader.”
Leading Learning is the podcast for leaders and aspiring leaders in the business of lifelong learning, continuing education, and professional development. Perhaps some of the best lessons around the importance of leadership and team-building can be learned through sports. Often the principles that create a winning team out on the field are the same that apply to create a winning team in business. In this episode of the Leading Learning podcast, Celisa talks with Jamy about the topic of leadership including leading regardless of role, how to create influence, and tips for building high-performing teams.
In this show, Jim Harshaw, Jr., a former Division I All American athlete, share tips for getting clear on your goals, staying focused, and finding balance so that you can maximize your potential. He provides you a clear framework for setting goals– the right goals for you– and achieving them.
John Maxwell leadership coach and trainer Jamy Bechler is back on the show to talk with Daniel Hare about his new book, “The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader”. He becomes only the second person to appear on the show for an encore performance.
Jamy returns to the VoiceAmerica Business network and appears on the Work-Life Balance show hosted by Rick A. Morris. His first appearance, he talked about simplifying life and work. On today’s show, he talks about his new book “The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader”. Rick and Jamy both share some valuable insights for leaders and they just might also have a little fun, along the way.
Most of us know that sports teams all have leaders. However, would it be possible for everyone on the team to be a leader? Wouldn’t that create confusion, or chaos? “No,” says Bechler in his most recent book, The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader. “Everyone on the team needs to be striving to do their best, and be their best. It’s called collective responsibility; you are your brother’s keeper; what you do affects others.” This book teaches anyone who wants to be a leader on a team, or in life, the importance of having core principles and living by them; the importance of leading yourself, and how to do it; how to lead regardless of your role on a team. Listen to the podcast with Jamy and learn more of what’s in the book, how he came to write it, and his views on the importance of character for kids and parents, whether you’re on a sports team, a work team, or a family team.
Jamy Bechler is a professional speaker, leadership trainer and executive business coach who is based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Before going into full-time leadership work, Jamy served for 20 years as a college basketball coach, professor, and administrator. When he hung up the whistle, he didn’t stop coaching. Jamy just moved from the locker-room into the boardroom. He now travels the country motivating people and “coaching” organizations on how they can build championship teams and cultures.
Jamy Bechler Author, John Maxwell Leadership Coach, and Former Head Women’s Collegiate Basketball Coach shares excellence is a habit and our focus today shows up in our success tomorrow.
Jamy Bechler, a former college basketball coach and author of “The Leadership Playbook: Be Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader,” provides advice about how to build strong leaders in sports. And they don’t have to be team captains!
The Ultimate Sports Parent podcast aims to instill confidence and success in young athletes. Dr. Patrick Cohn and Lisa E. Cohn interview various experts to provide sports parenting and coaching tips. Episodes address “mental game” issues such as fear of failure in young athletes, how playing time affects confidence and common confidence busters.
Starting the adoption journey with your spouse can be one of the most exciting times of your life together. It can also be stressful as you navigate through the ups and downs. For Jamy Bechler and his wife Tabitha, the journey started off a bit rocky. Jamy was coaching college basketball and was extremely busy in his career. He was not really on board with starting a family like Tabitha was. As Jamy says “a few years ago, she memorably put her foot down and didn’t let me get away with making a silly decision. It was the best thing she could have done because the results of that decision have been life-altering.”
In this episode, Jamy shares his family’s infant adoption story. He is completely honest about how he struggled to accept how much his wife wanted to have kids. Listen as Jamy shares his story in an open and honest way, even sharing tips and advice for other guys who may not be on board with building their family through adoption.
Have you ever considered how motivation affects your energy? This is an interview with Jamy Bechler, a 20-year basketball coach turned professional speaker who knows a thing or two about motivation.
Most people live in the exhaustion cycle of busy, beat down, and burn out. Not a way to live. Do you want more tangible and usable energy within your day? Well, this is the exact purpose of The Energy Edge Podcast! We’re going to discuss key topics such as sleep, nutrition, and fitness with the goal of creating an energy edge. You will learn how to maximize each one at a practical and actionable level.
Becoming a great leader is the holy grail of college coaching. Leadership equals success, in the mind of most college coaches. And, there is certainly no shortage of leadership experts and authors ready to lend their ideas to the mix on what makes good leaders, and how to get there.
On this episode of the College Recruiting Weekly podcast, we talk to a former coach turned leadership guru who I believe you should listen to: He has lived the coaching life you live for more than two decades, and now gets to share his lessons and expertise with businesses and CEOs all over the country. His lessons on how coaches can become great leaders are fantastic.
Jamy Bechler focuses on personal improvement of leaders, ensuring that those staff and student-athletes they oversee receive the best vision possible for their athletic department. Bechler talks about the motivational growth of the individual who is earning that position of leadership within the department, as well as why it is important to be challenged by a strong strategic vision, as well as working with staff whom the leader themselves may not have hired. Bechler describes some of the issues surrounding social media, especially with student-athletes, as well as the expectations coaches have for themselves and their programs.
Former college basketball coach turned motivational speaker, Jamy Bechler, will discuss how every decision that we make either complicates or simplifies our life. He wants to help people find more fulfillment and achieve higher productivity in their life and work. Don’t miss this thought-provoking episode to simplify your life and work.
Former basketball coach turned motivational speaker talks John Wooden, solving the actual problem rather than just treating the symptoms and how to lead an organization simply by leading the person next to you.
In the interview, Jamy Bechler tells his story of how he went from a book-reading and impressionable middle schooler to a college basketball coach. It is apparent during the 45-minute conversation that Jamy has a strong passion for helping others grow and develop while maximizing their potential. He shares many insights from his many ups-and-downs over the course of his college coaching and high school administration career.
Learn how anyone can be coachable and achieve success in life. Hear from Coach Bechler how he has handled successes and failures as a college basketball coach while helping develop student-athletes.