Athletics provide a powerful opportunity for building good character. Skills like work ethic, teamwork, leadership, and integrity contribute to the short-term success of the athlete and team and the long-term development and success of the individual.
Coaches and administrators can use athletics and activities to teach critical character skills that impact team performance and individual growth. Our team will be your guide throughout your efforts.
Our team can assist you in evaluating your needs and selecting the services that will help meet your goals.
Understanding the culture of your team is the essential first step towards getting the competitive edge.
The Sport Team Culture survey gathers parallel data from athletes and coaches. It can provide insight into:
In our Pursuing Victory With Honor workshop, participants will learn research-based strategies turn values into behaviors and develop implementation plans to Teach, Enforce, Advocate, and Model the Six Pillars of Character on their teams.
Our team can work with you and discuss:
Consultations are a great way to keep your CC! program on-track and provide your team with new ideas to help make your CC! program successful.
We offer a variety of character education curricular resources in our online store, including:
Our online lesson plan library provides character education lesson plans that can be filtered by grade level and topic.
Check out the lesson plan library.
Don’t wait another day to integrate character skills into your athletics initiatives!
We’d love to provide a free consultation to discuss how we can help you reach your goals.
The ESSENTIALS is a research-based character and leadership development resource designed for coaches and educators working with middle and high school-aged youth.
The ten focus areas in The ESSENTIALS series represent critical competencies to achieve competitive success, team cohesion, and individual development.
Students need resilience strategies to address personal adversity (like injuries and mistakes) and societal challenges (like lack of equity and inclusion). Each lesson in this series includes research-based resources that students can apply to all aspects of their life. Educators and students will learn strategies to become leaders who positively influence change in their classrooms, teams, and communities. This series is designed for middle and high school-aged youth.