28 May Troy Aikman
Speaker: Troy Aikman
Former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback and NFL Hall of Fame Inductee; Emmy-Nominated Commentator
- Change is Good: Making the Most out of Unexpected Opportunities
- Leading a Winning Team: Your Playbook for Success
A three-time Super Bowl Champion, an NFL and College Football Hall of Fame Inductee and former #1 draft pick, Troy Aikman is regarded as among the greatest NFL quarterbacks ever. He has been a Super Bowl MVP, NFL Man of the Year, was selected to six consecutive Pro Bowls and to one All-Pro team. His accolades and honors are numerous and now, extend to his post-retirement work as well. Troy has been nominated for an Emmy Award for his work as a Fox Sports football commentator and is part of the network’s lead announcing crew, a position he has held since 2002. He is also a joint owner of the NASCAR Sprint Cup racing team, Hall of Fame Racing, along with fellow former Cowboys quarterback, Roger Staubach. The activity to which Troy is most dedicated, however, is the Troy Aikman foundation, a charity committed to the well-being and health of America’s children.
Change is Good: Making the Most out of Unexpected Opportunities
Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys quarterback and three-time Super Bowl Champion, offers practical advice on how to use unexpected change and temporary setbacks as an opportunity to grow in new and better ways. Troy shares with audiences his life experiences — from how his interest in football developed to his successes and failures in his professional career, including his decision to retire. Audiences will emerge with a renewed sense of spirit and motivation and ready to tackle any obstacle that stands in their way to success.
Leading a Winning Team: Your Playbook for Success
Known with his fellow teammates Michael Irvin and Emmitt Smith as “The Triplets,” Troy Aikman knows first-hand what it takes to form and lead a winning team. Here, Troy offers strategies and insight on recognizing each team member’s individual assets and how to maximize them for peak team performance.