November 29, 2020

University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer Team’s Core Values – Anson Dorrance (2006)

Every year when I meet with the rising seniors each week in the spring our discussions center around our core values and what they can do to live them and how they can help drive everyone within the culture to live them as well.  Human nature being what it is, some leaders embrace the personal and public challenge of our discussions and some don’t; just like some people within the culture live the core values and some just don’t have the strength.

Original article by Coach Anson Dorrance 2006 (pdf)


  1. Hi! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and tell you I really enjoy reading your articles. Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums that cover the same subjects? Thanks for your time!

    • Thanks! We’ll try to keep the links page up to date with sites of interest to the leadership, teaching, and moral development community. There are websites that immediately come to mind that may be of interest; on the scholarly side the International Leadership Association, the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Journal of Leadership Education, the Journal of Research in Character Education, and the Positive Psychology Center all represent excellent resources. For less formal fare, blogs, Twitter, books and more by Jim Collins, Bill George, Robert Kaplan, Daniel Kahneman, John Kotter, and Malcolm Gladwell are among my favorites. We’ll try our best at S-LS to add to the conversation–please let us know how we can provide better information on the subjects most important to you.

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