Teamwork: Communicating with Your Team
LA Rams Head Coach and winner of Super Bowl LVI Sean McVay has what The Ringer calls a “rare brand of collaborative genius.” While the AP NFL Coach of the Year is an expert in strategy, his impact as a leader is felt in his ability to set his team up for success through open communication, humility, and compromise – and his insights are sought after by individuals and organizations seeking to improve their teamwork and achieve success.
Changing the Narrative: How Sean McVay Revitalized the LA Rams
NFL Head Coach of the LA Rams Sean McVay made history as the youngest Head Coach in NFL history to lead his team to victory in Super Bowl LVI. He revitalized the franchise while exceeding expectations, making a major impact as a leader on and off the field. With his unique collaborative leadership style, McVay shares insights from his explosive career and practical takeaways for those looking to create advantages out of adversity in work and in life.
Leading Your Team to the Win
Super Bowl-winning Head Coach of the LA Rams Sean McVay has cultivated an expertise in strategic leadership, focusing on open communication, humility, and compromise. With his unique philosophy of collaborative leadership, based in providing support to ensure the best results, McVay has a unique perspective on how to lead teams to greatness and offers practical takeaways for individuals and organizations seeking to improve their teamwork and achieve success.
Sean McVay is the head coach for the LA Rams. He became the youngest coach in modern NFL history when he was hired by the Rams in 2017 at the age of 30. McVay is the youngest head coach to win a playoff game, win a Super Bowl, make multiple Super Bowl appearances, and be named AP NFL Coach of the Year. Within his first year, McVay revitalized the Rams team that had the league’s lowest scoring offense that previous year into the top-scoring team of 2017. The season also marked the Rams’ first winning record since 2003 and first playoff appearance since 2004. Over the following seasons, McVay coached the Rams to two Super Bowl appearances and won the franchise’s first since 1999 in Super Bowl LVI. McVay attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he played college football as a wide receiver from 2004 to 2007, earning Miami’s Scholar Athlete Award in 2007.