In this episode of the Championship Leadership podcast Alex Molden talks about his journey to where he is today, why you should always respect your opponent, “Assignment, alignment, adjustment, skill, drill and compete.” and so much more.
In This Episode:
- [5:37] What does championship leadership mean to Alex?
- [12:25] Who is Alex Molden and what brought him to where he is today?
- [28:40] Leaders that have influenced him.
- [34:26] His vision, future plans and impact he wants to make.
- [40:21] Episode takeaways.
“Always respect your opponent.”
“Assignment, alignment, adjustment, skill, drill and compete.”
About The Guest:
After sustaining a devastating knee injury in college, he became a captain of a team that won the prestigious Pac-10 Championship and put them in the Rose bowl for the first time in 37 years. With Alex’s leadership experiences and learnings from college and in the NFL, he now understands how to establish a winning culture in both the sports and corporate worlds.
He was drafted in the 1st round (11th overall) of the 1996 NFL draft. Alex played 8-years (Saints, Chargers & Lions), retiring in 2005. Playing for 7 different head coaches in 8-years in the NFL Alex knows a thing or two about change, culture and influence.
Alex’s main focus is to strengthen team collaborations, communication & transparency using his leadership formula. His formula has given many organizations and executives PROVEN SOLUTIONS to help them build a more galvanized team.
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