People lead in different ways. One does not have to be a “leader” to assert leadership qualities. Some lead by example, some by asserting themselves as leaders, others as servant-leaders. Every person has some leadership qualities that can inspire others to action — at the right time and the right place.
Sports provide opportunities to demonstrate leadership. The Rose Bowl Institute offers a venue for sharing lessons in leadership beyond sports.
The most powerful leadership tool you have is your own example.
PANDEMIC & COLLEGIATE SPORTS
FEB. 18, 2021
During 2020 restrictions against playing or gathering for sports occurred at the professional, collegiate, high school and youth league levels. Restrictions were placed on sports by State, local, and league authorities, and by individual teams themselves.
In 2021, as COVID-19 cases and deaths still proliferate, but vaccines are being distributed, how should authorities assess the safety and advisability of playing sports? What criteria should they use? How and when should restrictions be lifted or reimposed?
WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT SYMPOSIUM
SEPT. 16, 17 & 18
ROSE TABLE DIALOGUES
A Rose Table Dialogue is a two-session moderated roundtable dialogue of 20-25 diverse leaders and experts who address a specific issue involving sports values. The first 90-minute session refines the issue. The second session uses the collective intelligence around the table to recommend solutions. Ideally those around the table represent the stakeholders involved in the issue so that they can act in their own ways as a result of the dialogue. They are also leaders who can speak or write about these issues to broader audiences.
SPORTS & INNOVATION
Some of the great leaders of all time have come from the world of sports and entertainment and benefited by its lessons. Respected leaders will meet once a year at the Rose Bowl to share their wisdom and insights to coaches, teachers, athletes, students and other attendees.
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