The inauguration ceremony for the ninth director of SSG Landers has been held. At the inauguration ceremony, Lee said, “I am grateful to everyone at SSG Landers for making my dream come true. I am overwhelmed,” he said.
On the 21st, the inauguration ceremony was held at the 2nd floor ballroom of Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo in Songdo, Incheon. Choi Jung-jeong, Kim Kwang-hyun, Oh Tae-gon, and Noh Kyung-eun attended the ceremony to congratulate the new coach.
The inauguration ceremony began with the new coach wearing his uniform. CEO Min Kyung-sam and new coach Lee took a commemorative photo on stage, and CEO Min personally delivered the jersey.
This was followed by a bouquet delivery ceremony by Kim Sung-yong and a bouquet delivery by Oh Tae-gon, the ‘captain’ of the team. Lee, Oh Tae-gon, Kim Kwang-hyun, Choi Jung, and Noh Kyung-eun then took a commemorative photo together.
“When I was at KT, you were my batting coach and manager. I got a lot of help from you. I’m glad you’re here. I will do a good job with the coach and the players in the middle and make it a good atmosphere.” Lee welcomed the new coach.
In response to the players’ welcome, Lee said, “I have an episode with Oh Tae-gon. It’s hard to say at this time, but I’m asking you to do a good job.” “The players here are also the players I played with when I was active. I think we can work well together.”
“I’m grateful to everyone at SSG Landers for making my dream come true. I’m overwhelmed.”
On the 17th, SSG appointed Lee Sung-yong, former head of development at KT Wiz, as its ninth head coach. The contract terms are two years, 300 million won in down payment and 300 million won in annual salary, totaling 900 million won.
SSG began the process of appointing a new director with the goal of transforming its operational paradigm for sustainable development, and selected new candidates who could actively implement it under the banner of communicative leadership and team remodeling. 카지노사이트가이드 SSG then set up evaluation criteria by extracting essential competencies and virtues in various fields, and selected Lee through in-depth interviews to discuss the club’s direction and baseball values.
SSG determined that Lee possesses a “servant leadership style” that enables the coaching staff and players to maximize their potential based on open communication and mutual respect, and that he is particularly player-centered and able to build strong trusting relationships to lead a unified team.
He also has years of coaching and front office experience, an intimate knowledge of the developmental system and KBO baseball trends, and seasonal operational insights that will help the organization reach its goals in a short period of time.
As soon as the contract was signed, Lee was busy in the club’s office until late in the afternoon organizing the coaching staff and getting to know the players, and he will start his official duties on the 21st.