The Center for Executive Development at Mays Business School in partnership with The Molitor Group
Today’s pace and range of change are unlike anything we have experienced in the business world. Technological advances along with generational differences in behavioral patterns combine for an unlimited number of daily distractions. Never has culture and mindset been more important in building an unshakeable foundation to build upon, one that will yield sustainable success.
Finding the right people, developing your people the right way, and putting your team in position to be successful is key to unleashing your greatness.
Successful leaders’ study other successful leaders and successful teams do a deep dive into other successful teams.
Champions who relentlessly pursue greatness never miss an opportunity to improve themselves to make those around them better.
Join Don Yaeger and Ed Molitor on April 10th in the Hall of Champions at Kyle Field for Unleashing Greatness, a Leadership Performance event where they will share with you the traits and behavior of high-performing leaders in athletics, and how those same traits and behaviors intersect with remarkable business leaders. More importantly, they will show you how you can further develop these traits and behaviors to unleash individual and collective greatness.
Hall of Champions at Kyle Field
Doors open at 8 am
Kick Off at 8:45 am
VIP starts at 4 pm
This is no better setting for this powerful event. The Hall of Champions was part of an unprecedented transformation of Kyle Field and is steep in the traditions of the greatness of Texas A&M. For one day, the Hall of Champions will serve as a gathering place for some of the top business leaders and teams in the region.
This setting will provide a more creative environment and memorable experience to help you break away from the norm. That means fewer interruptions and more focus as being out of the office provides an opportunity to take a mental break from the never-ending to-do list and the usual distractions that pop up throughout the day.
The massive 30,000-square-foot virtual sports museum will be filled with like-minded individuals with a shared purpose that day which is to identify game-changing stories, ideas, practices, and the mindset which can help them, and their team close the performance gap. Moving them from where they are toward where they know they are capable of being. With all this greatness in one room it is an incredible opportunity to bond with your team and to network with other leaders who are champions in their industry.
Did we mention that lunch will be a tailgate party for the masses outside of Kyle Field, providing the perfect atmosphere to network and have a few laughs?!
Unleashing Greatness is for those committed to doing everything it takes to maximize their potential as a leader, performer and collectively as a team.
Everyone wants to win.
The great ones, though, leave no stone unturned and recognize high-value opportunities to grow as they are consumed with greatness and reaching their fullest potential. They have zero interest in being a spectator on the sidelines of their career.
They realize that they can be at the highest level they have ever been and still not be at the greatest level they can reach. Greatness is not something that can be left to chance; it is about action and not lip service.
The day will be broken down into three sections where Don and Ed will go deep on:
● Unleashing Greatness through Authentic and Resilient Leadership
● Recruiting in a Tight Labor Market and Stopping the Revolving Door
● Embracing the Power of Greatness- Game-Changers that you will not find in the playbook
There will also be a segment with Don and Ed where they will answer questions as well as engage the audience in a discussion. This cross between a mastermind and mentorship setting is extremely powerful.
The practices we cover will equip you with the tools to:
● Increase your self-awareness
● Communicate authentically
● Leverage your strengths
● Develop and strengthen powerful relationships
● Develop an unshakeable foundation of trust
● Build a culture worth fighting for
● Develop a champion mindset built through self-discipline and repetition
● Unleash Your Greatness
Unleashing Greatness is the ultimate leadership development experience. Inside a powerful, high-energy environment surrounded by other high-performing leaders (we all know that association becomes assimilation), you will hear behind the scenes stories and lessons of athletics and business greatness, followed by practices and tools which serve as the “how to.” The result is moments of shared insight which will be key to a strong finish in 2018 and the catalyst to launch a fast start in 2019.
The VIP package provides a unique experience, and you can purchase it as an add-on to the full-day event.
The panel discussion is an opportunity to pick the minds and share ideas with panel experts who are incredible examples of how the traits and behaviors deployed by high-performing individuals and teams are key to your success in business.
Our VIP Panel discussion, moderated by Don Yaeger and Ed Molitor, will include:
Hunter Goodwin, Owner, President, & Chief Operating Officer of Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC
Stephanie Rempe, Deputy Director of Athletics at Texas A&M University
Jason Boeker, President at Benchmark Houston Builders, L.P.
Katy Lee, VP of Marketing for C.C.Creations
About the Hosts
Don Yaeger is a nationally acclaimed inspirational speaker, longtime Associate Editor of Sports Illustrated, and author of over 30 books, eleven of which have become New York Times Best-sellers. Throughout his writing career, Don has developed a reputation as a world-class storyteller and has been invited as a guest to every major talk show – from Oprah to Nightline, from CNN to Good Morning America.
He began his career at the San Antonio Light in Texas, and also worked at the Dallas Morning News and the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville before going to work for Sports Illustrated. Two years after joining the staff full-time, he was promoted to Associate Editor, where his work was to cover not just sporting events but the off-the-field happenings which affect the world of sports. Don left Sports Illustrated in 2008 to pursue a public speaking career that has allowed him to share stories learned from the greatest winners of our generation with audiences as diverse as Fortune 10 companies to cancer survivor groups, where he shares his personal story. Yaeger’s first book, Undue Process: The NCAA’s Injustice For All, was published in 1990. In the 22 years since, he has penned 30+ more books, including 11 New York Times Best-sellers.
In the last 26 years, Ed has developed his leadership skills in both athletics and business. From working as a NCAA Basketball coach at Texas A&M to becoming the Vice President of a national recruiting firm, Ed has taught countless athletes, coaches, and business leaders how to THINK, ACT, and EXECUTE at an elite level. Ed has a unique set of skills to deliver leaders across the country a purposeful, positive, energetic, and refreshing experience to unlock their true potential.