Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin will be among the speakers at the NFL Career Development Symposium, May 6-8, at the Wharton School of Business.
The symposium, which will be attended by 64 assistant coaches and front office executives representing each NFL team, will serve as educational and inspirational tools for those aspiring to become an NFL head coach or general manager. There will be speeches, panel discussions and networking opportunities during the three days.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to address the symposium,” said Tomlin. “I really believe it’s a worthwhile program. I came up through the ranks as someone who was involved in it. I am looking forward to these guys taking the lessons learned and seeing them implementing in their professional careers.”
Included in the symposium will be sessions on: “Expectations of Leadership,” “Player Health and Safety,” “Managing Key Relationships,” “Brand Building/Media Training,” and “Developing and Describing Your ‘90-Day Plan.’”
“We are pleased to offer this program to provide a diverse group of coaching and front office talent with the tools and networking opportunities to take the next step in their careers,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “This symposium will help develop our coaching and front office pipeline and build on the progress we have made over the past decade.”
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