Tag Archives: Coach Development

Partnering with the Evolution of an Athlete Conference

Having both presented at the Evolution of an Athlete Conference, we are proud to announce that we will be partnering this fantastic initiative this year. Following a similar format to the 2014 Conference, it will be on online and recorded – great news for our overseas (and even cross-country) readers who can save hundreds of dollars on travel and accommodation. ...

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Coaching Regrets

One of the best ways to plan for your success is to realise where you are, then fast forward in order to look back at what you have achieved and how you did it. Did you follow that? That’s right…move forward, by skipping ahead and looking back! Living without regrets is a fantasy best left to people jumping off big ...

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Guest Post: 3 Things Every Coach Can Improve

Brad Stoffers is interested in coaching athletes AND coaching coaches. We asked him what he thought EVERY coach could improve. Below is his answer.  Whether a 20 year veteran or a first year coach, youth to professional, there are specific things every coach can improve upon, and if we are constantly preaching athletes to improve themselves, I believe we are ...

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How To Maximize Your Next Conference

Many of us are searching to make an impact in what matters most to us, but one bit of stimulation isn’t worth a conference admission fee. So in the search for better performance your attendance at these events should be coupled with high expectations and a concerted effort to reach them. Conferences shouldn’t just be a resource treat. Keep these ...

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7 Essential Questions For Great Coaching

Answer these questions everyday to work toward great coaching. 1. Are my athletes spending a high % of time on the task? This is relevant for a 5 year old soccer practice as much as it is for a professional athletes practice. If you want your sessions to be efficient and enjoyed, let them play. Talk less and get them ...

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