A coach speaker is much like a motivational or inspirational speaker, but their main goal is to help people understand why they may feel stuck in their careers or in their lives in general and help them go about making the changes to rise above the problem.
A coach speaker helps others narrow in on their goals and develop the initiative to make the changes necessary to reach those goals. They demonstrate ways to think differently, stay focused, and continue pursuing their interests without losing passion. They may also engage in audience interaction to demonstrate first-hand the effectiveness of personal coaching.
A coach speaker encourages people to reach deep within themselves in order to discover who they truly are and how they can use their strengths to make changes and learn how to work around or even rid themselves of certain weaknesses. With their unique approach, a coach speaker can be a truly valuable asset to your event. There are many types of coach speakers available, as some focus on different factors when it comes to their clients. With a bit of research, however, you can be sure to find the perfect coach speaker for your needs.
Ben Howland is the head coach basketball coach at UCLA, where he has lead the Bruins to two PAC 10 titles in ten years.
Former Head Coach at The Air Force Academy; Former Head Coach of the New York Giants, New England Patriots, New York Jets & Dallas Cowboys; Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the Miami Dolphins
Former Head Coach at Seton Hall University and Fairleigh Dickinson University; Play-by-play announcer for CBS Sports; ESPN College Basketball Analyst
Winner of 12 Grand Slam Singles Titles, 16 Grand Slam Women's Doubles Titles & 11 Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Titles; Advocate for women in sports; Founder of The Women's Tennis Association, The Women in Sports Foundation, & World Tennis Team; Coach of the U.S. Fed Cup Team
Head Coach of the Florida Gators who he has lead to two NCAA Championships and multiple SEC titles.
Defender on the 1999 U.S. Women's World Cup Champion Soccer Team; Memeber of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team; Assistant Soccer Coach at Santa Clara Univeristy
Former Los Angles Lakers Player, and NBA Coach. Scott is currently the Head Coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Women's Basketball Hall of Famer; Former Standout Player at USC; Head Coach of the Pheonix Mercury; Broadcaster for TNT, ABC, ESPN, and NBA TV
Former head basketball coach at Villanova, currently assistant head coach for Texas Tech.
Coach Ken Carter was the head coach of the Richmond High School basketball program from 1997-2002, and had a movie made based on his time spent there enitied "Coach Carter".
Former Notre Dame Basketball Coach from 1971 - 1991; Former ESPN College Basketball Broadcaster
Former first baseman for the New York Yankees; 6x All-Star Selection; 9x Gold Glove Winner; Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers
Known for his playing days with the Boston Celtics, who retired his number, Don Nelson has been coaching since his retirement from playing.
Don Shula is one of the most famous NFL coaches of all time, he lead the Miami Dolphins to two Super Bowl Championships and also posting the only perfect season in the history of the NFL.
Current Manager of the Cincinnati Reds; Former Manager of the San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs; Retired MLB Player
ESPN College Basketball Analyst; Former Men's Basketball Coach at St. John's University, Manhattan College and The University of New Mexico
Herman Edwards is a well respected former NFL head coach for the N.Y. Jets & Kansas City Cheifs and is currently a football analyst and broadcaster.
Jack Del Rio is the Head football coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jerry Glanville is a former NFL in both the NFC & AFC. Currently, he works as an analyst for HBO's "Inside the NFL" show.
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