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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: South Carolina’s Frank Martin On Being Authentic

Guest Frank Martin (University of South Carolina)
25:09 min listen

Frank Martin, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at South Carolina, speaks on the challenges leading to the best MBB year in school history and the effects it had on him and the staff after the season. Coach Martin also addresses leading with honesty and consistency, and learning to communicate with the current generation of players. Hosted by University of Maine Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

 

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