Jimmy Johnson

Two-time Super Bowl Winning Coach of the Dallas Cowboys
Travels from FL
$50,000 - $60,000

A proven leader, Coach Johnson has demonstrated his ability to create a vision, foster a “can-do” team spirit, and develop a winning culture. He is an entertaining and motivational speaker who blends personal anecdotes and experiences to make his points about leadership, team building, and personal excellence.

Jimmy Johnson is currently part of the highly rated Fox NFL Sunday team. Prior to that, he was named General Manager/Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins on January 11, 1996. He became the third head coach in club history, joining George Wilson (1966-69) and Don Shula (1970-95).

In 1998, the Dolphins posted a 10-6 record and qualified for the NFL playoffs for the second straight year. It marked the fifth time in Johnson's eight seasons as an NFL head coach that his team advanced to the playoffs. The Dolphins also have improved their record every year under Johnson (from 8-8 in 1996 to 9-7 in 1997 and 10-6 in 1998). Only two other teams in the league (the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Jets) have improved their record each of the last two years.

Prior to coaching the Dolphins, Johnson led “America's Team,” the Dallas Cowboys, to two consecutive Super Bowl titles and joined Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, and Chuck Noll as the only head coaches to achieve this milestone. He is also the only coach in football history to win both a Super Bowl title and a major college football championship.