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?
What's a coach's role in a match? Should they provide feedback or focus on motivation? The skills is knowing what the situation demands.
Some coaches wonder if they should share stats with their players. A more important consideration is how they use and talk about them.
As coaches we are performers just as our athletes are. Too many of us, though, don't do what we need to do to be our best.
A mistake I often see coaches make is providing players with instructions for a drill or game, then providing feedback on everything but.
Here's a list of coaching qualities we should be looking to develop and expand upon if we want to be the best coaches we can be.
Here's my advice for being successful coaching the current generation of athletes. It's pretty simple and to the point - and hopefully not a big surprise.
Every coach can learn from John Wooden. In this video he shares some of his philosophy, especially around the difference between succeeding and winning.