How can you make culture adjustments that positively impact your surroundings -- at work, at home, in sports and in life? This episode features an exclusive interview with Team Elite swim coach and 2016 Olympic Women's Swimming Head Coach David Marsh who talks about changing the culture of a team, what it takes to be successful and some of his future plans.
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More About David Marsh
David Marsh is the head coach of Team Elite in San Diego, Calif. Marsh was the 2016 Olympic Head Women’s Swim Coach. Prior to founding Team Elite he was the men's and women's swimming coach at Auburn University. After becoming head coach of Auburn in 1990, Marsh led the men's team to seven NCAA national championships and the women's team to five national championships . He finished his coaching career at Auburn in 2007 and has been working with Elite Swimmers ever since. Coach Marsh is well known internationally, having coached 49 Olympians from 19 different countries. In December 2016 Marsh was named the Professional Adviser of the Israel Swimming Association, with a goal of preparing the country's swimmers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Episode Topics and Mentions
Charlotte, North Carolina
Team USA Swimming
US National Team
Israel Swimming Association
Action Items From the Hosts
Kelly: To take some quiet moments and think about what I can do to be better.
Maria: Be open to bringing people in to help grow my business and infuse it with new project ideas.
"The Culture is the centerpiece. You'd rather have a good culture than a good immediate result because culture will cause the result to repeat". --David Marsh
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