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leadership on & off the field workshops

GCSC works directly with your team to achieve the ELITE MINDSET to maximize performance on and off the field.




Building a personal brand can help athletes begin to think about who they are outside of being an athlete. If your goal is to play at the next level, you need to establish a brand that makes you memorable, polarizing, captivating, innovative and presents an overall POSITIVE PUBLIC IMAGE. ELITE student-athlete represents themselves as well as the organizations and communities they are associated with. This interactive workshop allows participants to engage in discussions and activities that:

  • identifies the importance of a positive brand

  • outlines the NCAA's "Name, Image, Likeness rules & guidelines

  • how to use social media to establish that brand

  • what behaviors are required to maintain a POSITIVE PUBLIC IMAGE



(120 MINS/$150)

The importance of financial literacy cannot be overstated. By learning these principles early on, athletes are in a better position to manage their money later in life. This interactive workshop simulate participants being selected in the draft and receive that PAYDAY. Cars, houses, parties, or investments. Participants manage their finances over a mock 3-year duration. At the end of this workshop athletes learn:

  • how daily spending decisions can have a big overall impact on your money

  • how to make a budget

  • the many benefits of a solid credit history

  • the importance of investing in your FUTURE

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(120 MINS/$200)

Want to be the best you can be at public speaking? Effective public speaking skills creates many opportunities. This interactive workshop give athletes the opportunity to learn, practice and demonstrate powerful speaking techniques in simulated pre and post game interviews. The interviews are recorded where participants can assess their delivery and also receive feedback from other participants and the facilitator. At the end of this workshop athletes learn to:

  • engage with audience

  • think positive and cope with nerves

  • use voice volume, pitch, rate, and quality to reflect and add meaning and interest to your message.

  • use stance, movement, gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact to express your message and its purpose.

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