Coach Nick Saban and Broadcaster James Brown to Speak at Leadercast 2016
Dear sports fans: mark your calendars!
Not only can you hear Denver Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning speak at the Leadercast Follow-Up Seminar next Friday, but you will also get to see University of Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban hit stage of Leadercast Lexington Chamber on May 6, 2016.
We know that these two successful sports leaders, along with CBS broadcast James Brown, will give a message that will empower those who hear it. Learn more about Saban and Brown below.
So, if you participated in Leadercast 2015 or you're thinking about coming to Leadercast 2016, RSVP to our Leadercast Follow-Up Seminar next Friday at 8:30 a.m. at the Greater Lexington Chamber's Agape Community Room. As we eat and listen to Peyton Manning, Dr. Ed Cerny, author and business coach, will serve as moderator and discuss how the lessons and mantras mentioned during his talk and interview can apply to your business today.
Head Football Coach at the University of Alabama
University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban is in his ninth season with the Crimson Tide. Saban has compiled an 86-17 record at Alabama while leading the Tide to five SEC Western Division championships, three conference titles and three national championships.
Saban entered the 2015 season with a career record of 177-59-1 as a collegiate head coach, while also serving at Toledo, Michigan State and LSU. Saban won his first national championship as head coach of the LSU Tigers in 2003, guiding the Tigers to a 13-1 record that season. Overall, Saban has coached six conference championship teams (1990 Mid-American, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2012 and 2014 SEC) and 16 of his 19 teams have played in postseason bowl games under Saban’s direction.
Saban is also one of two coaches to win at least two BCS national championships and the first to accomplish the feat at two different schools.
Network Broadcaster, CBS Sports and News
James Brown is a three-time Emmy award winning network broadcaster and in 2010 was named SI.com's "Best Studio Host of the Decade". He is the host of "The NFL Today" on CBS and Super Bowl 50, host of "Thursday Night Football" on CBS and Special Correspondent for CBS News, contributing to various programs including "60 Minutes".
Previous broadcasting roles include co-host of "Fox NFL Sunday", host of "Inside The NFL" on Showtime correspondent for "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" on HBO and a nationally syndicated radio show on Sporting News Radio.