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Kevin DeShazo
Help leaders & teams build championship culture. Best-selling author. Keynote speaker. . Sports Leadership Podcast.
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Kevin DeShazo 2h
This is so good. Lack of trust undermines performance.
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Kevin DeShazo 4h
You spend your time on what you value, and your people see where you spend (or don’t spend) your time. Don’t just say you value them, show them by making time to connect.
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Kevin DeShazo 4h
Walked into the restaurant and opened fire. Terrifying. This madness has to stop.
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Jon Gordon 4h
If you don’t love it, you’ll never be great at it. Love powers grit. Love casts out fear. Love fuels you and brings out the best in others.
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Kevin DeShazo 5h
This is fascinating. Amazing how things have changed.
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Kevin DeShazo 5h
How we think leads to how we act leads to the reality we create for ourselves and those around hs. Own your mindset.
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Kevin DeShazo 6h
Some leaders talk about culture. Great leaders create it intentionally.
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Kevin DeShazo 7h
There’s a pressure for public speakers to entertain. To be energetic, funny, engaging. All good things. But there has to be more. The audience should leave as better people than they came in, with something practical to apply and share. Go for transformation.
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Kevin DeShazo 8h
With a negative mindset, you’ll find the negative in every situation and build a cynical team. With a positive mindset, you’ll recognize the bad but choose to see the good and create a hopeful team. Own your mindset. Leaders define culture.
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Kevin DeShazo 9h
Putting in the effort will cost you nothing but could gain you everything. Don’t hope for a better culture, for more influence, for better relationships, for a more connected team. Do the work.
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Tim Elmore May 22
Statistics reveal that 70% of teens admit to hiding on-line activities from their parents. Should we monitor our kids' social media use?
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Kevin DeShazo 10h
Many leaders preach no ego, healthy communication, collaboration and teamwork, while leading with ego, being disconnected, not communicating or trusting their team. Make your actions match your words. Be worth following.
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Kevin DeShazo 11h
A disconnected leader creates a frustrated, cynical team. Negativity and a lack of trust full in the gaps. Make time for your people.
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Kevin DeShazo 12h
Replying to @ddocket @JakeBarreau
Didn’t today but I’m sure we will soon. Look forward to it!
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Kevin DeShazo 12h
Congrats! Joining a great group.
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Kevin DeShazo 12h
Fun day with these guys. Excited to partner together to help take their culture to a new level.
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Brian Williamson PhD May 23
A key to increasing your capacity is to say No consistently. I urge you to let your YES be passionate and your NO adamant with zero apology. Lead yourself!
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Kevin DeShazo May 23
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Kevin DeShazo May 23
Replying to @im_melissa
Congrats!!!
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Kevin DeShazo May 23
So great. Love seeing organizations invest in their players with social media training - especially when they use people like Jason who understand the space and can add real value.
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