The All-Star Leader Podcast
About This Show
The All-Star Leader Podcast is an interview based show where former athletic director, attorney and career development professional Daniel Hare interviews leaders from sports, business, politics, ministry, academics and the media, looking for the best in leadership skills, traits and tips listeners can use to become a better leader. We tie it all together with our shared passion for sports!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 015 - Eastern New Mexico Women's Basketball Coach Josh Prock
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Josh and I talk about the importance of adapting your leadership style, what made the 2002 Oklahoma Final Four team great, and tips for communicating with the younger generation. Bio: Josh Prock is beginning his fourth season with the Greyhounds, and led them to 10 wins a year ago after the program lost every game it played just a year before his arrival. Prior to Eastern New Mexico, Josh spend five seasons at Howard Payne University, where his teams went 108-31. He had a few other stops along the way as well, most notably at the University of Oklahoma where the two of us first met. Josh was on the staff when the Sooners went to the Final Four in 2002. Josh is not only a great basketball coach, but also a man of character and faith. He has been around outstanding leaders in his career, and is clearly a great leader in his own right. Interview: Josh why don’t you give a few minutes of your personal story so people can get some context before we dive in here. Grew up a preacher’s kid Church every Sunday and Wednesday night Lived all over the southwest, from Arizona to Oklahoma Became a Christian as a young man Wanted to become a coach Worked his way up from student manager at University of Oklahoma and the rest is history Married 12 years; 7 year old twins and a 3 year old Went to high school 20 minutes from his current school (follow up) The importance of family on coaches My recollection is you have a strong bond with your parents, and in particular you dad. Talk about how that relationship and he has impacted you throughout your career. Always looked up to dad Great role model and who he wanted to become Dad “The world is not about us, but what you can do to give back to others.” Ex. Early high school – dad