The Tribe 

Kingdom Coaching Membership Community

Who you spend your time with will affect you greatly... so choose your Tribe wisely!

On-going leadership discussions with people who want to grow and develop rarely happen. 

I want to change that!

I want to offer coaches a place to get consistent leadership content and spend time with other coaches who desire to grow and progress!

In light of this, I want to introduce you to the Kingdom Coaching Tribe.

If you want to transform and grow your leadership and are looking to get around coaches/leaders who are hungry to get better and passionate about growing... this group is for you!

By joining this tribe/community you will get exposure to leadership content and a community of people that will help you level up.

Each month you will have access to:

  • Two Zoom meetings
  • A private Facebook group
  • A tribe of like-minded coaches. 

what tribe members are saying

"If you want to grow, improve and become the best version of yourself, then you need to join The Tribe! Being in The Tribe has been an eye-opening experience, revealing to me what I didn't know and creating a desire to know more. I am learning how to lead myself and build great habits of growth all so I can be better and ultimately improve the experience of our student-athletes. Jon Coyne, Asst. Baseball University of New Mexico

"Being a part of the Tribe has helped me see areas that I need to improve and grow as a leader and the importance of being a life-long learner. It is great to hear different perspectives on how to deal with the difficulties of coaching. Would recommend any high school coach or college coach that wants to be the best coach and leader they can be to join the Tribe." Gerald Osborne, Head Coach, Pryor HS (Oklahoma)

The tribe is a great platform for coaches to share ideas, continue development and establish new connections. The different sports, levels and experience adds to the group and creates an environment for coaches to connect and continue to learn. Ryan Shotzberger, Head Coach, University of Incarnate Word

The tribe has helped me grow by challenging me to look at my leadership qualities...both my weakness and strengths. Also hearing like-minded coaches discuss questions and situations has not only has made me a better person but made me realize we don’t have all the answers but we are all on the same path of seeking knowledge and understanding to be better leaders and to better influence the people around us. Mike Lopez, Head Coach, Howard College

More details

 

  • Zoom meetings will be on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month from 7:30-8:30 PM CST. 
  • Each Zoom meeting will consist of a presentation of a leadership topic, a small group discussion, and a time for Q&A.
  • The private Facebook group will provide one central place to share articles, videos, and other content to help sharpen each other.
  • The connection doesn't end on Sundays...The Tribe Facebook group will also provide a place to stay connected to each other between meetings.
  • The cost of membership is only $20/month. 

A sample of topics we will cover:

+ Identity

+ Self-Awareness

+ Disciplines for growth

+ Keys to winning influence

+ Keys to effective delegation

+ Aligning your program

+ Culture building

+ Key attributes to elite leaders

+ Much much more!

 

EXAMPLE SCHEDULE

7:30-7:40   Topic Presentation

7:40-8:15    Small Group Discussion

8:15-8:30    Large Group Q&A and Wrap up

Join the tribe!

I have been blessed to be able to spend time with the best leaders in college athletics in the three + years since I started Kingdom Coaching and my podcast, Coaching DNA. Combine that with my 11 years of coaching college baseball and six years leading on a church staff and I have developed a skill set that uniquely positions me to add massive value to coaches and leaders.

If you want to grow and develop your leadership, you MUST get around other leaders who sharpen and challenge you and are able to level you up. 

John Maxwell's law of the lid states that your leadership effectiveness determines your success. As you and your leadership grow, so grows your program.

So how much is this growth worth to you?

How many more wins is this worth?

How much peace of mind?

How much is that worth to your family?

I'm guessing you'd say it is worth a lot!

For $20 a month, you can start the process of growing yourself and your program! 

 

testimonials

"I am unbelievably lucky to have the opportunity to work with Travis Wyckoff and Kingdom Coaching. His mentorship and leadership training has been instrumental in my development. The ability to work with Travis, who has played and coached at the highest level, challenges me to be a better leader.

I highly recommend for you to get outside of your comfort zone, partner with Travis and invest in yourself."

SPENCER ALLEN

Head Baseball Coach
Northwestern University
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I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to work with Travis.  We tend to invest so much in our players, that often times we don’t invest in ourselves. Working with Travis, helped me work through some leadership issues and struggles on my team and come up with a plan that helped our program be better.  He has helped me to grow not only as a coach but spiritually as well.  The fact that Travis has walked in my shoes before as a college coach is so valuable and because of that perspective he really knows and understands what we are dealing with. Working with Travis has no doubt made me a better coach, a better leader, even a better mom.

JANAE SHIRLEY

Head Softball Coach
East Texas Baptist University
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Travis is gifted at the lost art of asking good questions! This is what separates him and makes the groups he puts together so exceptional. He's present and aware to find moments to throw in encouragement or a challenge when needed. You can expect these things from your time in a cohort: good discussion, brainstorming of ideas, inspiration to grow, and a good amount of introspection. It is worth your time!

KRISTY KIELY

Head Women's Soccer Coach
Point Loma University
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I can't think of a better person to be a coach's coach than Travis. He's played & coached at the highest level, he's easy to talk to, asks great questions & helps me look at coaching with an eternal perspective that is real & practical.

DAN HEEFNER

Head Baseball Coach
Dallas Baptist University

ABOUT TRAVIS

I coached college baseball for 11 years… to varying degrees of success. Some years were really good, some were really bad... and everywhere in between.

After I got out of coaching, that is a whole other story in itself, I spent six years on a church staff. Those six years were the greatest growth years of my life. I worked for a guy named Rodney Hobbs and he developed me in areas that I had never been developed in before.

Self-awareness, winning influence, leading people without a paycheck, having hard conversations, running effective meetings, time management, energy management, on and on I could go. And at times he was just a great, wise sounding board. I would go to his office and bounce ideas and questions off of him daily.

I had been around some great coaches and worked for some great AD’s, but I never had in coaching what I had in ministry.

After six years of ministry, I felt led to start a consulting business working with coaches called Kingdom Coaching. I wanted to be a massive value add to college coaches like Rodney Hobbs was to me.

The way the college sports are set up, it is really really hard for a head coach or an AD to do what Rodney Hobbs did in my life.

Knowing the landscape of college athletic departments, I came to realize that in most situations, it takes an outside person with the singular focus to help develop the coaches.

And so I want to be that person. I have a laser-like focus on developing, equipping, and resourcing college coaches. I am convinced everyone needs their Rodney Hobbs.