Joe’s new SHIFTWHY initiative kicks off! SHIFTWHY is a national initiative to transform the sports culture by providing a blueprint for systemic change that centers on Awareness, Alignment, Action and Accountability. To accomplish this type of systemic cultural shift we must clearly define the purpose of sports in children's lives and then align school communities around the purpose.
The NFL is committed to promoting healthy relationships and preventing incidents of domestic violence and sexual assault. As a coach you play a critical role in shaping the character of our next generation of leaders, and we’re issuing a call to coaches to talk to your team about these important societal issues. To assist, they have created a video, speaking to the importance of addressing these topics early and often.
"A team is a relationship for a cause," Joe EhrmannRecently he has been working with NFL Player Engagement department to help expand the scope of life-skills training and education at all levels of football.
CNN Interviews Joe on NFL domestic violence education video
Based on our InSideOut book and philosophy, Why We Play, a statewide program committed to improving the quality and character of their athletics, was launched in Minnesota.
Miami Dolphin's Players Martin and Incognito Controversy"What about the 'bystanders' who knew, watched, and did nothing? If this was happening, they all knew...Seems to me there is a lack of moral courage and moral clarity by many on that team."
Joe speaks about the three scariest words every man receives in his life time: "Be A Man!" 2013
Joe received Positive Coaching Alliance's Ronald L. Jensen Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 National Youth Sports Awards
Joe contributes to the new documentary about masculinity, The Mask You Live In, releasing in 2014
InSideOut Coaching: How Sports Can Transform Lives is an accumulation of my lifetime spent in sports as a player, coach and trainer of coaches. It is a book that we hope will encourage and challenge you to turn your struggles, errors and misfortunes into lessons that will make you a coach who instills a sense of community; is a better classroom leader; a clearer and more empathetic communicator; an advocate of healthy and constructive competition and a men
Tony Dungy introduces Joe Ehrmann, speaking on building character, for Red Zone ’09, a national kickoff event for the high school football season.
See the conference highlights where Joe Ehrmann serves as keynote guest speaker for Verizon Foundation’s annual conference in the fight against Domestic Violence.
See an excerpt from Joe’s signature keynote as he sets the stage for defining what constitutes a team.
Joe inspires audiences to make a difference.
To inform, inspire and initiate individual, communal and societal change that will empower men and women to be their very best – personally, professionally and relationally.
To transform personal practices, community values and public policies to create a society where every man, woman and child can reach his or her greatest human potential.
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