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 bestseller 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 maximize the impact on the lives of the athletes they coach.
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"Former NFL player Joe Ehrmann's epiphany came when he took inventory of his life and decided to teach others through a "transformational" approach based on two ideas: Coaching is really teaching, and being a man means more than building a bank account and/or chalking up bedroom conquests. Respect for women and the ability to support and love others are more important than wins and losses on the field. Michael Prichard's no-nonsense voice is functional, though at times is a bit rigid. His straight-ahead tone covers surprising moments--as when the author explains why Moses and Dorothy (from THE WIZARD OF OZ) are his coaching inspirations. M.B. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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