Jason Kelce’s Retirement: a Master Class in Leadership

Jason Kelce, the star center for the Philadelphia Eagles, retired on March 4th, 2024. His retirement speech exemplified the principles of servant leadership. We walk through each example in this video.

There is no shortage of sports analogies and examples in leadership development. Yet this example stands out amongst all the rest as it comes not from the height of someone’s career, not at the moment of peak celebration, but at the announcement of retirement. And you don’t need to be a fan of sports to appreciate the message.

 

Jason Kelce, the star center for the Philadelphia Eagles, retired on March 4th, 2024. His retirement speech exemplified the principles of servant leadership. We walk through each example in this video.

Play Video about NFL Philadelphia Eagles Center, Jason Kelce, leans back with a sad face as he announces his retirement. The background is brilliant orange and there is white text that reads: Jason Kelce Masterclass in Leadership

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