Leadership Forum 2009

John A. Feagin, Jr. International Leadership Forum

Date:       Friday, October 2, 2009
 
Time:       7:00-9:00 AM (Breakfast 6:45 AM)
 
Location: School of Nursing, Rm. 1026 - 307 Trent Drive, Durham, NC 27710
**Parking is located across the street from the School of Nursing in the Parking Deck
 
Presents: William E. Garrett, Jr., MD, PhD, "Symposium on ACL Injury Mechanisms and Prevention"
 
Golf - Please sign up for golf on Friday, October 2nd beginning at 12:00 noon at the Washington Duke Golf Club for $75.00 per person. Please contact the Golf Pro Shop at phone #919-681-2288.
 
Date: Saturday, October 3, 2009
 
Program Description
 
Duke Sports Medicine is hosting the first inaugural Feagin Leadership Forum in partnership with the Duke Athletic Association and the Fuqua School of Business/Coach K Center of Leadership and Ethics. The theme for the forum will be “Leadership in Sports and Sports Medicine: How Leaders Build Exceptionally Effective Teams” in honor of Dr. Feagin and his contributions to Duke University, Duke Athletics, Duke Sports Medicine, and Orthopaedic Surgery. The program will include internationally renowned speakers in a morning session followed by an afternoon Duke-Virginia Tech football game.
 
We anticipate a lively and entertaining meeting highlighted by our Saturday morning leadership symposium. Speakers will include Head Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski, Heisman Trophy recipient Brigadier General (retired) Pete Dawkins, Dr. John Kelly, Dr. Bob Arciero, Dr. William Garrett, Chaplain Richard Camp, and renowned leaders from the business, military, medicine, athletics, and religion communities.
 
Invited Guests - Please note that the event registration is for invited guests only
  • Duke Orthopaedic faculty, fellows, and residents
  • Captains and coaches of the Duke athletic teams and key leaders in DUAA
  • Key leaders and students from the business school
  • Key leaders from outside the Duke Community
  • Contributors to the Feagin Leadership and Education Endowment

 

AGENDA

October 2, 2009

7:00-9:00 AM (breakfast served at 6:45 AM)

Duke University School of Nursing, Room 1026

 

ACL INJURY MECHANISMS AND PREVENTION

William E. Garrett, Jr., MD, PhD

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Duke University Team Physician

 

October 3, 2009

7:30-11:00 AM     Scharf Hall, Cameron Indoor Stadium

LEADERSHIP IN SPORTS AND SPORTS MEDICINE:

HOW LEADERS BUILD EXCETIONALLY EFFECTIVE TEAMS

Opening Remarks: Colonel Dean C. Taylor, MD (U.S. Army Ret.)

 

THE GOLD STANDARD: BUILDING A WORLD-CLASS TEAM

Michael W. Krzyzewski

Head Coach, Duke Men's Basketball

Co-Author of The Gold Standard

Jamie K. Spatola, Co-Author of The Gold Standard

 

THE IMPORATANCE OF MORAL & ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN TEAM BUILDING

Rev. Richard P. Camp, Jr.

Former Head Chaplain, U.S. Military Academy

Former Executive Director,

A Christian Ministry in the National Parks

 

EXCEPTIONAL SPORTS MEDICINE TEAMS FOR SUCCESSFUL ATHLETIC PROGRAMS

Panel Discussion:

Colonel Dean C. Taylor, MD (U.S. Army Ret), Moderator

Panel Members from Duke Women's Soccer:

Alison P. Toth, MD, Orthopaedic Team Physician

Jeffrey Bytomski, DO, Primary Care Team Physician

Robbie Church, Head Coach

Carla Overbeck, Assistant Coach

Emily Norcross, Athletic Trainer

 

TEAMS AND TEAM BUILDING:

INSIGHTS FROM ATHLETICS, THE MILITARY AND BUSINESS

Brigadier General Peter M. Dawkins (U.S. Army Ret)

U.S. Military Academy, Class of 1959; 1958 Heisman Trophy Winner

Former Vice Chairman, Citigroup

 

CLOSING REMARKS

Colonel Dean C. Taylor, MD (U.S. Army Ret)

Chairman, Feagin Leadership Forum and Endowment

Colonel John A. Feagin, Jr., MD (U.S. Army Ret)