Habitudes For Athletes
Coming this Spring 2014, we're introducing Habitudes for Athletes: The Art of Navigating Transitions. If you'd like more information about this new resource, Stay Informed Here.
Growing Leaders has developed a unique leadership training program specifically geared for high school, college and professional athletes to prepare them for excellence in both their sport and life after school. The curriculum is based on the series of books entitled Habitudes: Images that Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes, written by Dr. Tim Elmore, the President of Growing Leaders.
Habitudes for Athletes will help you:
- Transform a group of individual athletes into a unified force.
- Create teams of student-athletes who build trust with each other and
- Create language to talk about real life issues in a safe and authentic way.
- Build teams where every athlete thinks and acts like a leader.
- Build athletes who make wise decisions that keep them in competition and out of trouble.
The Habitudes curriculum uses powerful images to teach important character principles in an EPIC fashion that is engaging and memorable. As a result, student-athletes are equipped and empowered to develop healthy character-based leadership skills that will positively impact their lives both on and off the playing field.
Want To Learn More?
Colleges and Universities:
Contact Elise Fowler at (678) 367-4189 or email@example.com to receive a free preview DVD of the program or to get more information on booking an event.
A Few Words from our Partners:
"Tim Elmore has incredible insights into the unique challenges of Generation iY and we've benefited from them tremendously."
Kevin Almond - Senior Associate Athletic Director, University of Alabama
"The research behind this program provides incredible insight for any young athlete."
Joe Castiglione - Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletes, University of Oklahoma
"Habitudes for Athletes has been a breath of fresh air for our staff and student athletes. The images have sparked great conversations and experiences and given us a language for leadership."
Jon Jaudon - Associate Athletic Director, Virginia Tech
"Habitudes for Athletes is creating unity between our coaches, our players and our front office staff to develop championship-caliber players, capable of making good decisions both on and off the field."
Dayton Moore - General Manager, Kansas City Royals