Only with this equal status can any resentment be erased from either side. Lessons for Football—and for Management By Dan Oswald Oct 25, E-pinions Lessons learned on the football field can often be applied to the workplace, says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald, and the great sports movie, Remember the Titans, offers more lessons than most.
First, we got to watch the team come together at camp. But when Coach Boone and Coach Yoast prove that the Titans are a winning team, the issue of race is erased and the true meaning of teamwork is born.
And you need to do the same yourself. Team sports can, sometimes, lead to more victories than just the ones on the field. The other night I walked in the door to find my youngest son watching the movie Remember the Titans. These expenses also include branding, marketing, equipment and furniture overhaul on a periodic basis.
In the movie, the disciplined head coach, played by Denzel Washington, drills his players on executing the basics of the game flawlessly.
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For the team and the business to succeed, it takes the contributions of every member of the team. In the movie, as the team begins to gel, you see the players really start to have fun.
I think if Denzel Washington should get his long overdue Oscar for Best Actor, it should be for this film. The movie was released by Disney inand has stuck with my ever since then.
The way to make a great sports movie is to have it be adapted from a true life story. Sometimes you need to stop and enjoy the successes you and your team achieve. I really did enjoy the characters in the film, since they are factual, they have very humanistic qualities.
This particular aspect of the theory is highlighted at the beginning of the football training camp when Coach Boone requires each Black student to meet with each White student, individually, and both students must learn personal details about his counterpart.
Neither helps the business move forward. Of course, I sat down and watched the last 30 minutes of the film with my son. He sacrificed his starting position and his playing time in the championship game because he wanted to see the team succeed.
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She adores football, protects her father fiercely, and sees no color in her desire to advance the Titans to the top. Worth the watch alone is Sheryl Yoast. Ignore them at your own peril. Kroc has spent plenty of effort and time to create such an atmosphere.
Boone, flawlessly played by the incomparable Denzel Washington, is no stranger to being disrespected because of his race. But a few weeks before the start of the school year, a white store owner shoots and kills a black man who was suspected in stealing a product. Very few stores are actually owned and operated by the company itself.
They always work together to make the team the best it can be. Additionally, cigarette machines, pinball machines and alcohol were all strictly prohibited.
And as they put together an undefeated season and the pressure to win builds, they continue to celebrate the wins. Admittedly, racial harmony is not as easy as a two hour Disney movie.
So, all we need to do is hang out with those people more, and poof! The movie boasts an incredibly strong cast of characters.
Those issues are the real backbone of the film, and that story begins long before the Titans ever step foot on the football field.
This example is obvious when the Titans must work together to win each football game and, even more importantly, grow as a team to achieve the championship.Remember the Titans is more than a film about winning it was also about history.
Racial tolerance was the most important and influential part of remember the Titans. Every scene of the movie was working on or confronting racial tolerance.
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Anant Gupta is a writing analyst at Qrius. In fact, in light of this country's current racially charged climate, perhaps it's more significant than ever.
On the surface, Boaz Yakin's "Remember the Titans" is a movie about football and race. Sep 29, · Watch video · Remember the Titans is much more than a story about a high school football team. It is a true story about two men who overcome their differences and help an entire town deal with frustration, anger, and mistrust.
Herman Boone (Denzel Washington) is the head coach of the football team at the black high school while Bill /10(K). Remember the Titans is, without a doubt, one of the best football movies ever made. The movie was released by Disney inand has .Download