Jeff Janssen

Widely considered the world’s top expert on Sports Leadership, Jeff Janssen is the founder and president of the Janssen Sports Leadership Center.

Jeff and his top-notch team’s pioneering work on sports leadership development with student-athletes and coaches has led to the creation of cutting edge Leadership Academies at Arkansas, Barton, Baylor, Boston University, Cary Academy, Charlotte, Charlotte Country Day School, Colby, Colorado, Concordia Lutheran, Fordham, Georgetown, George Washington, Guelph, Holy Cross, Houston, Illinois, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola, LSU, Michigan, Naperville Central, New Brunswick, North Carolina, Notre Dame, NC State, Pitt, St. Francis Xavier, Santa Fe Christian, South Carolina, Stanford, Stetson, Wake Forest, Winston-Salem State, and Yale.

A prolific author, Jeff has authored numerous books including The Team Captain’s Leadership Manual, The Team Captain’s Culture Manual, The Athlete’s Responsibility Manual, The Teammate’s Accountability Manual, The Athlete’s Commitment Manual, How to Hold People Accountable Manual, How to Build and Sustain a Championship Culture, Championship Team Building, Jeff Janssen’s Peak Performance Playbook, How to Develop Relentless Competitors, Develop Relentless Competitors Drillbook, and The Seven Secrets of Successful Coaches.

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