How do you create a culture that always puts the goals of the team first? How can you build relationships with your players and staff so that everyone trusts each other? What can a team or individual do to bounce back from heartbreaking defeat and win a championship the following year?
These questions are answered in this leadership case study on Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs. Head coach Popovich led the team to their first NBA championship in 1999. He led them to their fifth title in 2014. For over a decade, Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs have been the perfect example of a team with the right culture, organization, and winning strategy across all professional sports.
In this brief, easy to read case study, we highlight the methods and ideas that Gregg Popovich uses to keep his team performing at a high level. Here are some of the key takeaways you will receive after reading:
-Learn how Gregg Popovich creates solid relationships with his players.
-How the Spurs were able to find talented players in areas where other teams failed to look.
-Why a successful organization is an organization that doesn’t skip any steps.
-What were the steps that Popovich took to help the Spurs create resiliency and bounce back from a devastating loss in the 2013 NBA Finals to win the championship the following year.