Being a servant leader in a serve your self-society:
Learn what a true servant leader does to get results and the pitfalls of leadership. Glabb discusses the hardships of being a leader and focuses on what it means to be a servant leader if you are working in a service industry type job as teachers, social workers, doctors, coaches etc.. He illustrates this through several humorous stories about the wrestlers he coached and how he served them unconditionally. Glabb discusses the hardships of being a leader.
If Piggy found her a purpose so can you:
Finding your calling in life.
Coach Glabb shares the story of how one of his wrestlers, who was going to be evicted, asked if he could watch his dog for 3 weeks. Reluctantly, Glabb did it. The wrestler never came back to get his dog. Glabb shares how this dog, abandoned, and with separation anxiety slowly won over the hearts of his family and found it’s purpose. The stories are funny and heartwarming as Piggy put Glabb through several dire circumstances.
So, you want to win where it’s impossible:
Glabb shares the 3 principals of coaching you should know that helped him change the trajectory of many underprivileged kids’ lives. Practical strategies he used to build a culture of respect and winning in a place many thought would be impossible to do.
vs Transformational coaching/teaching:
What it means to be a transformational educator/coach in a broken educational/sports culture. Transactional coaching and teaching are focused on actions. It’s about performance. Transformational coaching and teaching are focused on the heart of the person. Glabb shares how he started coaching his athletes and students in a transactional way and the results were dismal at best. He put his self-worth in winning but the wins never came. It wasn’t until he started building relationships with his wrestlers and students, having a genuine interest in solving their problems did he start winning. In his talks he shares the inspiring stories of how his wrestlers and students beat the odds and became successful.
From Hopelessness to the Hall of Fame:
Tips that helped Coach Glabb overcome depression and find his purpose. Glabb describes his decade battle with suicidal tendencies, depression and mental illness. What he did to rise above it and find his calling in life and the two most important questions you ask someone who has threatened to take their own life. This speech is geared toward teens but is also for anyone who has a loved one or who struggles with mental health issues.
From Hopelessness to the Hall of Fame
Tips that helped Coach Glabb overcome depression and find his purpose as a coach and a teacher in the last place on earth he wanted to live. Glabb describes his decade long battle with suicidal tendencies, depression and mental illness. He shares how the Lord spoke to him about his losing team and what to do. He shares humorous and entertaining stories from his book, “A Saint in The City” about the wrestlers he coached and how they too overcame the adversity of living in an impoverished, gang-infested city. A coach who needed his team as much as his team needed him.
Learning outcome: No matter where you are at in life, God can use you, heal you and guide you to his true purpose for your life. Glabb’s speech will inspire others to have an authentic desire to coach and mentor a hurting young person, to change a community and.to be a Saint in their City.