Communicate Expectations With Everyone Who Touches Your Program
Everyone needs to be communicated with, from parents to players, says Northwestern Coach Pat Fitzgerald.
45 Years After Title IX, What's Next For Women In Sports?
The next step, Foudy says, is to get women in leadership roles after their playing careers are over.
Klinzing argues that everyone would be better off (parents too!) if parents avoided coaching from the stands.
Kids often need a guiding force in their life, even outside of sports, and coaches can help provide that.
One mistake people make is they may feel they are recognizing others, but they are too generic in recognition.
What Title IX Means For Julie Foudy And All Women In Sports
Title IX did not only help Foudy in sports, but it's helped as a great equalizer for women in general.
How Coaches Can Help Athletes See The Big Picture In Difficult Moments
When coaches bring perspective to difficult moments, it can help athletes value and embrace the process.
2 Steps For Coaches To Take Before Creating A Coaching Philosophy
Collins shares that these two components set the stage for a coach looking to develop a coaching philosophy.
The #1 Attribute Leaders Look For In Players: Be A Giver
Rodriguez advises leaders and coaches to look at the character of a person rather than their characteristics.
Sports Can Help Teach Lessons To Incarcerated Youth For Life After Prison
Structure, discipline, and teamwork are lessons Thomas teaches to help his athletes for life after prison.
How Self-Compassion Helps With Resilience And Handling Failure
Self-compassion and remembering that failure is part of being human helps people persist and be resilient.
Learning In Sports And Life Doesn't Happen Without Mistakes
If you're going to have a learning environment, you have to cultivate a culture in which mistakes are OK.
Steve Kerr Coached His Son’s Team The Same As He Coaches The Warriors
Steve Kerr's only coaching experience before coaching the Warriors was when he coached his son's youth team.