310 Developing Character in Sports | Richard Weissbourd Harvard University, Part 2


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JP and Nate continue the 2-part conversation with Richard Weissbourd from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is an expert in Children’s Moral and Emotional Development. His work focuses on moral development, the nature of hope, vulnerability and resilience in childhood, parenting and effective schools and services for children. He is the author of the previously mentioned book on the podcast, The Parents We Mean To Be.

  • Coaches and competition are the drivers of character change
  • Sports are symbolic of the fractured state of our country
  • Inner tension alerts people of obstacles and opportunities

Guest Bio (from HGSE): Richard Weissbourd

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