the obstacle or to build the right system TINKERING with the team culture

The obstacle or to build the right system tinkering

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the obstacle or to build the right system; TINKERING with the team culture thoughtlessly can cause devastating problems; thus it is vital that you involve the other MEMBERS of the team in determining what the OBSTACLES are; remember – they are part of the culture You can build commitment to a dynamic team culture by Involving your [ ] in defining team goals and RECOGNIZING that team goals must be compatible with INDIVIDUAL goals Giving athletes RESPONSIBILITIES that they can accommodate Demonstrating [ ] skill and knowledge of the sport Treating each ATHLETE with respect Recognizing COMPETENCY by taking time to notice it and REWARDING it promptly Rewarding excellent [ ] and effort, not outcomes that are beyond the CONTROL of the athletes, and Teaching ATHLETES to reward each other You can maintain CONSISTENCY by Developing a [ ] coaching philosophy Adopting a LONG - TERM rather than a SHORT - TERM perspective; and Sticking with a well- THOUGHT - OUT plan when adversity occurs THREE OTHER QUALITIES OF SUCCESSFUL COACHES KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME AL349 _ Principles of Coaching Page 8 Chapter 3
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Chapter 3: Selecting Your Coaching Style There is no [ ] for knowing well the rules and technical and TACTICAL skills of the sport you coach; this is just as true for TEACHING beginning athletes as advanced ones’ in fact, to teach the FUNDAMENTALS well to beginners you must have as much [ ] as you would need to coach PROFESSIONAL athletes Not knowing how to teach TECHNICAL skills puts you in the position of risking INJURY to your athletes (depending on the sport) and causing them [ ] from their repeated failures; the more you know about the basic TECHNICAL skills of your sport and about teaching these basics in the PROPER sequence, the more success and fun you and your ATHLETES will have Moreover, your [ ] to teach both technical and TACTICAL skills will earn you great respect from your athletes; this respect gives you CREDIBILITY that you can use in teaching athletes life SKILLS such as ethical behavior, emotional control, and [ ] for others and oneself The most common way coaches acquire KNOWLEDGE about rules and technical and TACTICAL skills is by playing the SPORT themselves, but that most likely will not give you all the [ ] you need; on the other hand, not having played a SPORT does not mean you cannot acquire the knowl E dge needed to coach it; successful coaches enjoy being STUDENTS of the sport and consider learning about COACHING and the sport as a lifelong journey MOTIVATION You can have all the skills and [ ] in the world, but without the MOTIVATION to use them, you will not be a successful coach; you need only come across an ATHLETE who has the ability but not the motivation to develop into an EXCELLENT athlete to see full well the importance of [ ] Coaching is a demanding POSITION if you want to do it well; it takes a lot of TIME before, during, and after contests; it often is INTENSE and requires you to make many important [ ] on the spot; it is EMOTIONAL and can drain you of physical and
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