Practical advice and knowledge to help leaders.
I recently worked with a club team who were struggling to come together as a team despite telling the coaching staff that they wanted to win the Premiership. The coaching staff felt that there was too much reliance on the coaches to bring the team together and opportunities being provided to the team weren’t being taken up to their full extent. Here is my message to the team.
This week I have had some really interesting discussions with a group of sports wanting to achieve greater collaboration off the field. The discussion turned to the business of sport and the impact that sport as an industry has on our local communities. It also turned to the perception by some that sport isn’t taken seriously as an industry that contributes to our economy and community wellbeing. So, I have decided to delve a bit deeper into this topic.
Having players that fail to take responsibility for their actions is one of the most frustrating areas aspects of coaching. It seems like a constant battle between you and these players. I have got some simple strategies to help you build responsible athletes.
Sport needs to focus on solving its own financial and governance issues before it looks to develop any new opportunities. A statement that is rooted in traditional staleness of an inward looking business model. If you are continually looking towards your navel then you will eventually trip over or walk into something that has been staring you down. Something that Governments and failing businesses do very well.
A open letter to Parents, that every coach wants you to know. Because sometimes coaches are just too nice to tell you the way it really is. So listen up...
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