Humans are more important than Hardware: Why coaching matters with Andy Riise

av IRON SHARPENS IRON MOVEMENT | Publicerades 2/9/2021

In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Andy Riise. Andy is the Mental Skills Coach for the Cincinnati Reds Minor League Baseball System. Andy believes that humans are designed to perform, but we often get in our own way towards becoming the best version of ourselves. He is on a mission to help leaders, coaches and their teams in the arena get better at what they do and accomplish their goals. His teaching and coaching expertise is in the evidence-based best practices of Sport and Performance Psychology and various applied Behavioral Science disciplines with an emphasis on mental toughness and stress inoculation. Visit for show notes and more exclusive content.

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The leadership domain is conducted within human-centric environments, therefore success is always tied to the human. Filled with actionable insights rather than just information, The Iron Sharpens Iron Leadership Movement will give you a focused set of ideas that can be applied in both your personal and professional life. The greater focus you spend on the “tools” that you have and the way you “forge” your relationships and presence, the stronger the others become. This movement will showcase that in order to make yourself better, there is a mutual benefit to making others better through mentorship, followership, and leading.