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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Stetson’s Steve Trimper

Guest Steve Trimper - Stetson University
27:44 min listen
Photo: Stetson Athletics

After wrapping up a successful second season with Stetson Baseball, Coach Steve Trimper visited Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast to talk culture, leadership, and much more. Trimper, coming off of a 48-13 season and an NCAA Regional title, discusses his four keys to building a great culture (1. Good people, 2. Relationships, 3. Trust 4. Loyalty). Trimper and Walsh also talk about how the sheer volume of games played in baseball helps players and coaches to quickly learn from failure.

 

 

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