Please join us on Thursday, May 21st (7:30-9AM) for our Outside-In® Talent Seminar featuring guest speaker, Brad McCarty, Head Coach of the Men’s Soccer Team at Messiah College. Messiah College Soccer is the Winningest College Soccer Program in America. How do they do it? Brad attributes their success to creating a culture of excellence. The shared purpose, principles and values of their program are what makes Messiah so successful. Messiah’s ideology is one that is universal and can be applied in any business, team or organization looking to achieve excellence. Join us for a great discussion, a hot breakfast, and networking with like-minded professionals!
You can learn more about Messiah’s story in The Messiah Method, a book written by Michael Zigarelli, a Professor of Leadership and Strategy at Messiah College. The book outlines “seven disciplines that propelled these teams from decent to dynasty… They’re seven disciplines that can supercharge your team, too.” Visit TheMessiahMethod.com to learn more or purchase the book on Amazon orBarnesandNoble.com. (Disclaimer: we will not receive any proceeds from book sales.)
Here’s what the seminar will look like:
7:30-8:00 AM Meet some new people over breakfast and coffee!
8:00-8:45 AM Talent Seminar Presentation by Brad McCarty
8:45-9:00 AM Q&A
*HRCI: This seminar is pending credits!
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER
Brad McCarty, Head Coach of the Men’s Soccer Team at Messiah College
Brad McCarty begins his 15th consecutive season on the bench for the Falcons’ men’s soccer program in 2015, and his seventh as head coach. McCarty is the seventh head coach in the program’s storied 43-year history, and since taking over the reins of the program in 2009, he has kept the Falcons among the nation’s best in men’s soccer.
In six seasons, McCarty has led the team to four NCAA Division III Championships, holds an 133-5-5 overall record, and has twice been named NSCAA National Coach of the Year (2009, 2012). “I’m extremely honored and excited about the opportunity to be the head coach of Messiah College men’s soccer,” McCarty said upon his hiring. “My desire is to work as hard as I possibly can to maintain our core ideology. The principles and values of our program are what makes this a special place, and I see it as my responsibility to be true to those ideals.”
McCarty was also a standout player for the Falcons as a collegian. He claimed NSCAA All-Region honors as well as earning Adidas First Team All-America Scholar-Athlete accolades as a senior before graduating from Messiah in 1993 with a degree in health and physical education. Before returning to Messiah as coach, McCarty played professional soccer for four seasons and completed his master’s degree Summa Cum Laude at Wichita State University, focusing on sports administration. He resides in Dillsburg with his wife of more than 20 years, Jodi. The couple has four children: daughters Madison and Morgan, and sons Ian and Finnley.