Most leaders know that a strong culture is a foundation for building a great organization, but great cultures don't just happen on their own. Rather, they're designed and built systematically, brick by brick. Each week, join David J. Friedman, the best-selling author of Culture by Design, as he speaks with extraordinary leaders, from all walks of life, and they share their biggest successes, failures, and lessons learned on their culture journeys. If you're searching for the best insights on building a high-performing culture, then Culture Architects, a production of ForbesBooks, is for you.
Episode 01 | Part Two : Matt Doherty
David wraps up his conversation with Culture Architect, Matt Doherty, the former head coach at Notre Dame and North Carolina and the best-selling author of Rebound: From Pain to Passion – Leadership Lessons Learned. In part two, Matt imparts some advice for the next generation of coaches and leaders and how his leadership skills evolved during his 22-year basketball coaching career.
Episode 01 | Part One : Matt Doherty
On the premiere episode of Culture Architects, David welcomes Matt Doherty. Matt was a starter on the 1982 National Championship team at North Carolina where he was coached by the legendary Dean Smith. He then went on to spend 22 years as a college basketball coach, including head coaching stints at Notre Dame and North Carolina. He is now an executive coach, gives keynote speeches, and is the best-selling author of Rebound: From Pain to Passion – Leadership Lessons Learned. In part one, Matt shares how Dean Smith built a dynasty in Chapel Hill and why he fell in love with coaching high-performing athletes and business people.