Badger Inquiry on Sport
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"stories of the growing good"
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SGG #59 (re-post): How do coaches and players interact during the biggest week of the season?
SGG #107: Madison Memorial HS Coach Steve Collins: “Things change. You better adapt with the times"
SGG #106: Arrowhead HS (WI) soccer coach Jeff Staus leads the way in "letting kids fly"
SGG #105: Coach Brian Bott: Consistency, relentless effort, love and ownership at SportsadvantEdge
SGG #104: Packers VP of Communications Jason Wahlers on the importance of consistency and steadiness
SGG #103: Indiana’s Fred Glass describes how Jesuit principles guided his leadership over the years
SGG #102 Packers VP Paul Baniel: “Winning financially helps us to win on the field"
SGG #101: Packers VP Gabrielle Valdez-Dow: “You have to love the business of sports.”
SGG #100: The Packers' Russ Ball: "The only thing you can control in a negotiation is preparation."
SGG #99: Packers shareholders Rudy & Quinn Banyai: Family, friends, and great times with their teams
SGG #98: Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst: “Everybody has value” (RCS5)
SGG #97: Packers Coach Matt LaFleur: "If you emphasize everything, you emphasize nothing" (RCS4)
SGG #96: Packers' Mark Murphy on stewardship: "We want to leave it better than we found it" (RCS3)
SGG #95: Wisconsin's Pat Richter recalls leadership lessons from Coach Lombardi (RCS2)
SGG #94 David Maraniss on Vince Lombardi: “Freedom Through Discipline.” (RCS1)
#93: The professor who played with Xavi: Barcelona’s Jordi Diaz-Gibson describes La Masia
SGG #92: “He was sharing what he loved.”Tracy Krueger's life of impact through sports.
SGG #91: Milwaukee’s “Uncle” Rick Polk creates space for voices to be heard
SGG #90: Ryan Hoover is a player, coach, parent, and innovator who goes the extra mile
SGG #89: Karissa Niehoff: Champion for education-based opportunities in youth sports
SGG #88: Victor and Dawn Barnett of the Running Rebels take the family approach to supporting youth
SGG #87 Professor David Bell researches youth sport injuries (re-edit of episode #8)
SGG #86: Derrick Mayes: “Hindsight gave me 20-20 vision on how to do things with my son"
SGG #85: Estella Moschkau: “I learned something from every experience I had on the court"
SGG #84: Devin Cannady: From AAU to Princeton to the Pros
SGG #83: Intro to the SGG series on youth sports: Reflections from the National Summer Classic
SGG #82: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football Kevin Bullis is a teacher first
SGG #81: UW-Oshkosh Football Coach Pat Cerroni's journey to the Hall of Fame
SGG #80: Monte Burke on Coach Saban: "How you do anything is how you do everything"
SGG #79: Gunnar Roberge learned to relish the moment as a Badger football player
#78: Seth Davis on coaches' camaraderie...and their comfort with adversity
SGG #77: Kimberly HS (WI) football coach Steve Jones on servant-leaders and the habits of winners
#76: Wquinton Smith on Rufus King High School and Milwaukee football
SGG #75: Coach and leader Art Rainwater: Embeddedness, honesty, trust, daily routines
SGG #74: Amherst HS (WI) coach Mark Lusic develops relationships and confidence in the weight room
SGG #73: Sheridan H.S. (WY) football coach Don Julian develops leaders and changes lives
SGG #72: Somerset HS (WI) football coach Bruce Larson grounds his program in army values
SGG #70: Dr. Alison Brooks studies concussions in sports
SGG #69: Seymour HS (WI) football coach Matt Molle on trust, commitment, and care
SGG #68: Homestead High School Coach Dave Keel: "Coach, you don't know this, but you were my father"
SGG #67: Coach John Koronkiewicz: "Attitude, character, enthusiasm, team"
SGG #66: Zander Neuville on the leaders who impacted him and the injuries that shaped his journey
SGG #65: Jeff Patterson: “If we can stay together as a team, it’s hard to break us."
SGG #64: Coach Kevin Claxton: “I genuinely love the game”
SGG #63: Rachid Ibrahim: "Be where your feet are"
SGG #62: Coach Alvarez on staff challenges and vulnerability
SGG #61: Football in Wisconsin (3): Coach Alvarez on program building (SGG #6 new edit)
#60: Football in Wisconsin (2): The Alvarez Notes, South Bend, 1988
SGG #59: A week in Pasadena