Becoming a Great Teammate
Being a great teammate requires us to understand different perspectives. Learn from these greats on how to navigate those spaces.
Former Head Coach
Jason Collins, the first openly gay player in the NBA, on how we can be aware of the language that we use in order to make different types of people feel welcome.
Former USA Volleyball player Cassidy Lichtman on how to become aware of the unique way that you see the world and to accept differences in others.
Legendary UCLA softball coach Sue Enquist on the value of diversity on teams and some of the ways her players got to know more about one another's backgrounds.
WNBA star Nneka Ogwumike on how the foundation of teamwork lies in understanding that everyone has a story and a part to contribute.
Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr on the importance of being able to communicate and bond with all types of people, as he has learned through trying to understand
WNBA player Kelsey Plum on how her experiences in sport have given her the perspective to begin difficult conversations with the other white people in her life.
3-Time gold medalist Karch Kiraly on the skill of listening as a key to both the process of learning and building relationships.