Character Creates Teams
that Win–On and Off the Field

A CHARACTER WORKOUT

Athletic training and competition provides players and coaches with rich opportunities to develop character. By developing one’s fitness and sportsmanship, sports are powerful training camps that instill a personal and communal focus on character.

PRACTICE MAKES GOOD CHARACTER

Players and coaches develop when they are presented with challenges on both the practice field and the playing field.

A CHARACTER WORKOUT

Athletes are role models and leaders in their communities. Creating and supporting character-focused teams has a positive impact far beyond the field.

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Ruler, Character.org

The 11 Principles in Teams of Character

The 11 Principles is a flexible framework that is used at the Character Combines. It doesn’t just help teams develop better athletes, it helps them develop better people and better communities.

Notebook, Character.org

Coaching Plans and Resources

Learn best practices and gain inspiration from those who have been in your shoes through our conferences and membership.

“I never tried to get into the Hall of Fame;
I only tried to be the best that I could be.”

Walter Payton | Former Running Back, Chicago Bears

PROMISING PRACTICES

Promising Practices are unique and specific practices that can be used by others to address Character.org’s 11 Principles.

Promising Practice, Character.org
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