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Jack Perconte

From the Workplace to the Playing Fields

Create solid communication with your staff which should be similar to workplace actions. Coaches should:
* Discuss the team and coaching objectives, along with coaching roles at start and occasionally throughout season.
* Review what it means to have a “kid-first” mindset.
• Ask staff for input on the next practice agenda and send all coaches each session’s agenda beforehand.
• Make a point of letting assistants show their knowledge by requesting their input in front of the team.
• Always have the stance that everyone works with you, not for you.
• Allow your coaches to teach without looking over their shoulders. Give them suggestions and discuss any coaching discrepancies in a private manner.
• Have a short analysis of each day’s procedures with coaches after practices and games in order to improve upon organization and productivity in the future.
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