Brett Favre started four years as quarterback at Southern Mississippi before he was drafted in the second round (33rd overall) by the Atlanta Falcons in the 1991 NFL Draft. Favre saw little action as a rookie and was traded to the Green Bay Packers the following season in exchange for a first round pick.
Herschel Walker was a former professional football player. While his experience on the field serves as a basis for his motivational talks, Walker also draws inspiration from his battle with dissociative identity disorder.
Tom draws on his leadership experience as a former NFL quarterback for seven seasons, his extensive work in corporate America, and his alliance with leadership guru, Dr. John Kotter, to provide actionable solutions around developing leaders, leading change, and driving performance.
Herm Edwards is a former NFL player and coach. Now an analyst for ESPN, Edwards’ experience with sports has taught him the importance of leadership, making him an excellent speaker on that topic.
Mike Ditka is a former American football player, coach, and television commentator. Having witnessed the importance teamwork both on and off the field, Ditka is also an excellent motivational and leadership speaker.