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Leaders Have Two Key Responsibilities as Sports Rebound From the Pandemic

We are about to see the spaghetti hit the wall, and hopefully it’s the good kind. In 2011, Steve was coaching for the San Diego Chargers when the NFL owners locked players out of team facilities, activities and workouts from March 11 until July 25. We spent 136 days away from players with zero contact. Over those five months, our coaching staff took a reduction in pay and most worked less. (I actually took a consulting gig in Spain, which ultimately helped lead me to my fourth career change. )  At the same time, Dave was one of the locked out players.

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