Sabock, R.J. (2002). Coaching: A
realistic perspective (7th ed). San Diego,
CA: Collegiate Press.
The only reason to
go into coaching is if
you cant live without
Must first establish priorities
One-way line of
My Way or the
Highway approach to
Two-way line of
communication but the
coach has the final say
How can you engage and connect with your networks and fundraise for Childrens Miracle
Goal! For a Child in Need
Goal for a Child in Need is a tournament for AYSO and other soccer leagues. Participants show
up with their teams and put in
Assessing Your Competence Exercise
Take a moment to assess your competence in the following areas related to coaching. Mark the areas where
you feel you are sufficiently competent with a C. Use an I to signify areas that you would like to
improve. Use a D
If only we could build a bridge from
man to man man is all we have.
The Communication Process
Good communication skills are among
the most important ingredients
contributing to the performance
enhancement and personal growth of
Our main purpose is to build confidence and a positive self image in our young
players. I will constantly be asking myself this question, Is this a positive
experience for these kids?
Safety of the children is very important to me, a
Sabock, R.J. (2002). Coaching: A realistic perspective (7th
ed). San Diego, CA: Collegiate Press.
Ethics: From Websters Dictionary
The discipline dealing with what is good and bad and
with moral duty and obligation.
A set of moral principles or val
How Athletes Learn
Martens, R. (1997). Successful coaching (2nd
ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
The quality of a performance
Observable behavior that demonstrates a skill (quality of
Philosophy of Coaching
Pursuit of wisdom
Helps answer the fundamental
questions: what, why, & how
KEY to developing
COMING TO KNOW YOURSELF
Derived from self-awareness
Reactions to coaching situations will
differ depending o
Alberts, C.L. (2003). Coaching issues & dilemmas:
Character building through sport participation.
Reston, VA: National Association for Sport and
One of the most essential elements of
September 21, 2005
My personal coaching philosophy goes right along with my philosophy on life
and that is Work Hard, Play Hard. I feel that it is crucial to live life to its fullest and
Philosophy Donkey Story
There was an old man, a boy, and a donkey. They were going to town and it was decided
that the boy should ride. As they went along they passed some people who exclaimed
that it was a shame for the boy to ride and the old man to wal
Janssen, J., & Dale, G. (2002). The
seven secrets of successful coaches:
How to unlock and unleash your teams
full potential. Cary, NC: Winning The
Types of Leaders
Task-Oriented vs. People-Oriented
Ability to communicate and influ
Repetitive learners; 1st to arrive, last to leave
Meticulous; very hard workers
prefers a set routine; drill after drill
Enjoys doing things differently; finds repetitive
Using a scale from one to 10, rate yourself on the following characteristics:
1. Character-based I act in an ethical, honest, and trustworthy
Instructor: Chris Hammer, MS
Office: HPER N 204
Office Hours: TBD or by appointment
1. Janssen, J. & Dale, G. (2002). The seven secrets of
Seven Questions to Ask Your Followers
1. How can I inspire you?
2. What can I, as a leader, do differently?
3. How can we build more trust?
4. How can we be more respectful of one another?
5. How can we communicate more effectively?
6. How can we build te