Is it appropriate to use the word “love” in the workplace when talking about how you treat employees? What are tangible ways we can pour into the next generation of leaders and how? These questions and more are unpacked in the latest episode of Something Extra featuring Marke Freeman, President of Max-OUT.
Bio: As a speaker, coach, director, and teacher, Marke Freeman works with business entities and individuals around the world, instilling within them not only the mental foundations of success and the motivation to achieve, but also the actionable strategies that will empower them to grow, improve, and thrive. Truly living through her world, Marke is an acclaimed keynote speaker who provides principles, strategies and fundamentals that helps people and organizations create the results they seek.
Now in her fourth year of college coaching, Marke serves as the Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Washington University – Saint Louis. A program that has won 5 National Championships, made 10 NCAA Final Four appearances, and 23 Conference Championships but even better known as one of the top academic institutions in the country.
Marke is now entering her fifth year serving as a Core Director for Point Guard College, a wellknown leadership and skill basketball education program where she serves athletes, parents and coaches of the high school, college and professional levels globally. Leading content creation, skills training, team development and curriculum delivery for the most sought out basketball program in the country.
In 2013 Marke founded the Max-OUT Foundation of which she is the active President. Max-OUT is a non-profit organization with a mission to “Maximize Opportunity, Unity and Training” in communities by teaching youth life skills, leadership training and influencing positive life choices.
Marke’s Something Extra: Love – Caring for what is best for someone else
Links and Mentions:
– Lisa Nichols, Host
– Scott Crosby, Executive Producer
– Daniel Williams, Recording Engineer