When a coach doesn't understand the context in which they're coaching, things tend not to work out very well.
Here are some interesting things to think about in your coaching coming from sport psychologist Dan Abrahams.
Letting players know when they're doing things right goes a long way toward moving them in the direction you want and sustaining motivation.
Here's a video that provides and example of an important concept in how we teach and provide feedback to our players.
You don't always need to have meetings with your players. Sometimes all that matters is that they know you're available.
A real challenge faced by former players who get into coaching is developing the realization that your players aren't you.
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?
Some coaches wonder if they should share stats with their players. A more important consideration is how they use and talk about them.