One of your players has terrible technique - at least from your point of view. What do you do about it? Fix it or leave it alone?
In this episode of the podcast Tim Alaniz joins me once more and we tackle the subject of how long we should run our practices.
We want to encourage players to take chances in order to help them grow and develop, but how do we handle them making the inevitable errors?
Leaders Eat Last is a book about creating strong team environments and the things that contribute to them, and work against them.
In this episode of the podcast Tim Alaniz and I talk about whether you can succeed with players who put winning below other priorities.
Structured, highly ordered drills can look very nice, but the fact of the matter is they do a poor job of preparing for game randomness.
Stop Competing and Start Winning is a book about coaching beyond the practices and matches. It's about building and running a program.
In this episode of the podcast I have a talk with Geoff Carlston about how we treat ourselves as coaches, especially in hard times.