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  • POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE 1. New “Double-Goal” Model of Coaching - Lessons from Sport Psychology - Best Practices of great coaches 2. Youth Sports Organizations - Lessons from the business world on Organizational Culture - Systems Approach (Leaders, Coaches, Parents, & Athletes)
  • STAGES OF TALENT DEVELOPMENT 18 1 Romantic Stage —“This is fun!” 2 Technical Stage — doing it “right” 3 Mature Stage — high level
  • STAGES OF TALENT DEVELOPMENT Take Aways: • Beware of cutting the Romantic Stage too short • Manage the transition from Stage 1 to Stage 2 – avoid sacrificing fun • Talent is not obvious early • Support makes the difference 19
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL A Positive Coach is a “Double-Goal” Coach ®
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL A Positive Coach is a “Double-Goal” Coach 1. Winning (IMPORTANT) 2. Teaching Life Lessons (MORE IMPORTANT) ®
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL Three Principles of Positive Coaching
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL Three Principles of Positive Coaching Redefining “Winner” - RESPONSIBLE
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL Three Principles of Positive Coaching Redefining “Winner” - RESPONSIBLE Filling the Emotional Tank - RESPECTFUL
  • POSITIVE COACH MENTAL MODEL Three Principles of P ositive Coaching Redefining “Winner” - RESPONSIBLE Filling the Emotional Tank - RESPECTFUL Honoring the game - SAFE
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition 24 Mastery Definition
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results 24 Mastery Definition Effort
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK The Tree of Mastery is an ELM TREE
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK The Tree of Mastery is an ELM TREE Research shows: * Mastery Climate = Anxiety goes down = Self-confidence goes up
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK The Tree of Mastery is an ELM TREE Mastery gives players a feeling of c______
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK The Tree of Mastery is an ELM TREE Mastery gives players a feeling of c ontrol
  • REDEFINING “WINNER” Scoreboard Definition Results Comparison with others Mistakes not OK 24 Mastery Definition Effort Learning Mistakes are OK The Tree of Mastery is an ELM TREE Mastery gives players a feeling of c ontrol > work harder > stick to it longer
  • TOOLS FOR REDEFINING “WINNER” Mistake Ritual 26
  • TOOLS FOR REDEFINING “WINNER” Mistake Ritual Reinforce the ELM Tree 26
  • TOOLS FOR REDEFINING “WINNER” Mistake Ritual Reinforce the ELM Tree Targeted Cheering 26
  • TOOLS FOR REDEFINING “WINNER” Mistake Ritual Reinforce the ELM Tree Targeted Cheering - Effort vs. Outcome 26
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK E-Tank is like a gas tank 28 EMPTY Less coachable FULL More coachable
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK Fill Drain 29
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK Fill Praise (truthful & specific) Drain Criticize/Correct 29
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK Fill Praise (truthful & specific) Express Appreciation Drain Criticize/Correct Sarcasm 29
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK Fill Praise (truthful & specific) Express Appreciation Listen Drain Criticize/Correct Sarcasm Ignore 29
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK Fill - REWARD Praise (truthful & specific) Express Appreciation Listen Nonverbal Drain - PUNITIVE Criticize/Correct Sarcasm Ignore Nonverbal 29
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK 5 : 1 “ Magic Ratio” (positives to criticisms) 31
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK 5 : 1 “ Magic Ratio” (positives to criticisms) 31
  • FILLING THE EMOTIONAL TANK 2 : 1 Criticism Sandwich (positives to criticisms) 31
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS The Keys to a strong coach/child relationship: 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS The Keys to a strong parent/child relationship: Establish a conversation among equals 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS The Keys to a strong parent/child relationship: Establish a conversation among equals Adopt a “Tell-Me-More” attitude 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 3. Listen! — vs. waiting to talk 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 3. Listen! — vs. waiting to talk • It’s a gift you give your child • Ask rather than tell 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 3. Listen! — vs. waiting to talk • It’s a gift you give your child • Ask rather than tell • Ask open-ended questions 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 3. Listen! — vs. waiting to talk • It’s a gift you give your child • Ask rather than tell • Ask open-ended questions • Show you are listening 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 3. Listen! — vs. waiting to talk • It’s a gift you give your child • Ask rather than tell • Ask open-ended questions • Show you are listening • Resist the urge to “fix” it 57
  • EMPOWERING CONVERSATIONS 57 Let the child set the terms • Follow the child’s emotional schedule • Connect through activity • Be patient and persistent
  • HONORING THE GAME 10 Gets to the ROOTS of positive play 36
  • HONORING THE GAME 4 Gets to the R OOTS of positive play RULES • Refuse to bend the rules to win 36
  • HONORING THE GAME 4 Gets to the R O OTS of positive play RULES OPPONENTS • “ Fierce and friendly” 36
  • HONORING THE GAME 4 Gets to the RO O TS of positive play RULES OPPONENTS OFFICIALS • Show respect even when you disagree • Never add fuel to the fire 36
  • HONORING THE GAME 4 Gets to the ROO T S of positive play RULES OPPONENTS OFFICIALS TEAMMATES • Never do anything to embarrass our team 36
  • HONORING THE GAME 4 Gets to the ROO T S of positive play RULES OPPONENTS OFFICIALS TEAMMATES SELF • Live up to your own standards even when others don’t! 36
  • Be a Culture-Keeper Seize teachable moments (positive and negative) Develop a self-control routine (e.g. take a deep breath TOOLS FOR HONORING THE GAME 38
  • > Redefining “Winner” • Reinforce ELM Tree. • Practice Targeted Cheering. • Mistake Ritual. THREE TOOLS I’M GOING TO USE:
  • > Filling the Emotional Tank • “You’re the kind of person who…” • Use Kid-Friendly Criticism • Engage in Empowering Conversations • Avoid Post-Game Analysis Fill E-Tanks of all team members THREE TOOLS I’M GOING TO USE:
  • > Honoring the Game • Be a Culture-Keeper • Game Day Tips • Commit to Honoring the Game with your kids THREE TOOLS I’M GOING TO USE: