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List Of Leadership Movies

» The Pursuit of Happy-ness The pursuit of happy-ness is a story about a man’s fight from survival all the way to financial and career success. » Braveheart Braveheart is a classic movie by Mel Gibson about how William Wallace of Scotland rallied his men to fight for freedom from the oppression of the English invaders. » Kingdom of Heaven Kingdom of Heaven is one of my favourite movies of all time. It’s a story of a nobody who had done wrong in the past but eventually became a great general who defended the state of Jerusalem against the Muslims. » The Thin Red Line The Thin Red Line is an academy award winning movie which is about the horrors of war and man’s pursuit of beauty, paradise and peace in a world of chaos. » Saving Private Ryan This movie is another academy award winning war movie which is about the D-Day invasion of France. It's a great story about brotherhood, sacrifice and leadership in action. » Forrest Gump Forrest Gump is a powerful movie about the simplicity of life and how one man can achieve great things just by being himself. Beautiful story to teach people integrity and about being yourself. » The Star Wars Trilogy Star Wars is an award winning movie trilogy that was won critical acclaim and a huge following since its release in the mid 1900s. Learn about the principles of life through the messages hidden in the life of the Jedi. » The Million Dollar Baby The Million Dollar Baby is a story of a young girl with a big dream to become a professional boxer. Follow her story and learn the importance of persistence and hunger as key to success. » Twelve Angry Men Twelve Angry men is a simple but powerful leadership movie about influence. This award winning film is set in a jury room where one man's doubt about a case eventually swings the decision of a whole room of men. » The Last Samurai The Last Samurai is a 2003 drama film/war film directed and co-produced by Edward Zwick, who also co-wrote the screenplay based on a story by John Logan. It’s a beautiful story of courage, truth and justice in a world of greed and corruption. » Coach Carter Coach Carter is a 2005 film that is based on the true story of Ken Carter, who benched his players because of their poor academic results. This is an excellent movie to illustrate the challenges of mentorship, coaching and leadership not just in sports, but in every organization.

Ken Carter takes the job as coach of the Richmond Oilers basketball team at his old school Richmond High School, having been on the team himself and earned unbeaten records. Taking over from Coach White, Carter learns the team members are rude and disrespectful. He gives the team individual contracts, instructing them to attend all of their classes and maintain a grade average of 2.3 (although the local average grade students are meant to maintain a 2.0). Carter also asks the school staff for progress reports on the players' attendance. However, three players including Timo Cruz refuse to follow the contract and quit the team. Nonetheless, Carter coaches the team well and allow them to win their first victory whilst playing properly. Carter's son Damien joins the team, after quitting the private school St. Francis to play for his father.

Leadership Take aways 1. Carter finds out. unwilling to play basketball. Best Movie Quotes Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. crashing the party with the mansion's owners. he is met with a lot of resistance by the players. he saw the need for balance in his players’ life so that they could progress on to their next stage in life. Cruz attempts to rejoin the basketball team after watching them at their last game. Kenyon reunites with Kyra. vote to end the lockout. they had to get their other part of their lives together too: their academic results. The team ultimately loses. Think long term. which Carter asked for repeatedly in the film. As a leader. aspiring for college and being a parent. The enraged Carter returns to his office and finds the progress reports reveal the teammates have been skipping classes. Cruz and Kenyon all went to college. Carter quits his job. People are naturally resistant to change. and won his players over to himself. save Principal Garrison and the chairwoman. it is in everyone. and are invited to a suburb mansion by a fan to party. expect the same kind of emotions and resistance by those with you. much to Carter's regret. This is an excellent movie to illustrate the challenges of mentorship. only to witness his cousin get gunned down and die. Francis. Carter still faced a lot of opposition from the community.Coach Carter and their lives in modern America. learning their first opponent is St. but in every organization. As a leader. The ending reveals six of the players including Damien. coaching and leadership not just in sports. The board. eventually succeeding and is allowed back on the team.Teammate Kenyon Stone struggles to come to terms with his girlfriend Kyra being pregnant and eventually splits up with her. It is our light. The film depicts the emotions of these players very well. Eventually the players improve their grades and are allowed to play basketball again. by quoting Marianne Williamson. Carter initiates a lockdown on the gym. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. he stood by his decision. explaining he wants to give his team the opportunity and option for further education so they do not resort to crime. when you make changes to the status quo. is being unable to fulfill his true potential. We are all meant to shine as children do. Carter continues to educate the teammates. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. 2. Cruz reveals to Carter his deepest fear. but is proud with what they have achieved. teaching them respect for other players. And as we let our own lights shine. forbidding the team from playing until they improve their grades. but Carter refuses to let him back in. Their relationship is explored over the course of the film. Cruz quits the team again. Your playing small does not serve the world. Mr Carter knew that for basketball to continue to be a part of the players’ life. aided by his teammates. He became a public enemy because no one really understood the purpose of his actions. It's not just in some of us. you will face situations like this where everyone else is pitting themselves against you and the only thing you can stand on is your values. who benched his players because of their poor academic results. 3. angering the locals and is verbally and physically abused by numerous people. but finds the team studying in the gym. who justifies his actions. Despite stating clearly what he saw. hanging out with his drug-dealing cousin Remmy. Although he was a basketball coach. Leaders have to make unpopular decisions. unsure if he could juggle basketball. Nonetheless. The team plays in the high school playoffs. When Mr Carter first steps in as the new basketball coach and implements changes in the training style. learning she had an abortion. . Carter faced a lot of opposition in his shutting down of the gym from the community. Cruz goes to Carter in tears and is allowed back on the team. The team eventually won a holiday season basketball tournament. that most frightens us. This movie focuses in on the struggles and challenges of the players. Cruz has to do 1000 suicides and 2500 pushups to earn Carter's approval. Leadership Movie Description What is the movie about? Coach Carter is a 2005 film that is based on the true story of Ken Carter. The school board eventually confronts Carter. not our darkness.

. how long do you think it will be before they're out there breaking the law? I played ball here at Richmond High 30 years ago. It's the same message that we as a culture send to our professional athletes. our presence automatically liberates others. –Timo Cruz (quoting Marianne Williamson) [to the people in attendance at the board hearing] You really need to consider the message you're sending this boys by ending the lockout. and you became men. They go on to join in the adventure with Narnia to battle the evil reign of the White Witch.scribd. was discovered by his adopted mother and groomed to become one of the best football players in his high school. If you vote to end the lockout. l came to teach boys.Jason Lyle http://www. an NFL player. some of them even ended up dead.we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. – Coach Ken Carter You said we're a team. » Lion King Lion King is a beautiful story of the lion Simba and his journey to kingship. If these boys cannot honor the simple rules of a basketball contract.html .com/doc/52206882/Coach-Carter-Leadership-Paper( this is the paper on coach) » Ip Man This a story of Wing Chun Grandmaster Ip Man who stands up for what he believes in against its Japanese oppressors and how he ultimately rallies his townsfolk behind him. – Coach Ken Carter l came to coach basketball players. It was the same thing then. I'll quit. and you became students. and that is that they are above the law. » Facing the Giants Facing the Giants is a Christian movie about how an average underdog team's road to victory was paved by the coach's conversion to Christ. we all triumph.leadership-with-you. the Witch and the Wardrobe This movie is about how the four Pevensie children discover the magical world of Narnia through a wardrobe. some of my teammates went to prison.com/leadership-movies. One person struggles. we all struggle. One person triumphs. you won't have to terminate me. As we are liberated from our own fear. » Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion. It takes place in the animal kingdom of Africa. » 300 300 is adapted from the historical Battle of Thermopylae where 300 men from the Spartan elite army held off a million advancing Persian forces at a choke point at Thermopylae Pass. » Remember the Titans Remember the Titans is an inspirational story about a black and a white coach overcame racial segregation within the football team to achieve triumph in the competition http://www. » The Blind Side The Blind side is based on the true story of how Michael Oher. based on the Biblical story of Moses.

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