You cannot create a movement; You can only prepare for one
This kairos time demands new strategies, alliances, and models for all sport organizations and leaders to evaluate their role and responsibilities as part of a sport-based solution. Insights and reflections from our co-founder Joe Ehrmann.
Going All-In: Jody Redman Announces Full-Time Focus on Building Purpose-Based Athletic Cultures
InSideOut co-founder and thought leader Jody Redman has stepped down from her role as an Associate Director at the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) to focus full time on leading and developing the InSideOut Initiative and the InSideOut Community of Practice.
INSPIRING, CATALYZING AND EQUIPPING SCHOOL COMMUNITIES TO TRANSFORM SPORTS CULTURE THROUGH PURPOSE-BASED ATHLETICS
The InSideOut Initiative (ISOI) is a national movement that empowers and equips school communities to implement purpose-based athletics by connecting student-athletes to transformational coaches, in a culture of belonging, for their social, emotional, character development.
A Systems Level Approach to Create a Purpose-Based High School Sports Culture
The Science of InSideOut is a recent publication outlining the five key elements that make up InSideOut’s approach. This report will inform future longitudinal evaluations, measuring outcomes associated with social and emotional competencies, individual- level and organizational-level behavior change, and InSideOut’s implementation process, including Communities of Practice (CoPs).
What is InSideOut?
The InSideOut Initiative (ISOI) is a national movement that empowers and equips school communities to implement purpose-based athletics by connecting student-athletes to transformational coaches in a community of belonging for their social-emotional and character development. Through the evidence-based InSideOut System and InSideOut Philosophy, school communities redefine and reframe the educational value of athletics and activities as a catalyst to develop the human potential of students.
ISOI has developed, evaluated, and implemented its innovative blueprint for systemic change across 14 states, serving school communities to create cultural change in education and interscholastic sports. In 2020, ISOI launched a systems-level longitudinal study to measure the role of interscholastic athletics in the development of the social-emotional and character development of students.