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Tired of reading about negative behaviors in sports? …

Tired of reading about negative behaviors in sports?
Want your child to be treated with respect and motivated with praise?
Join us in our quest to revolutionize the APPROACH to Coaching. Strengths-Based Coaching - Adopting the Right Approach to Make Youth Sports Fun Again.

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  • 1. STRENGTH IN ACTION Presented by: Dr. Gary F. Russell, CEO and Owner of NASC, Inc. < MAIN INDEX
  • 2. As a coach/parent, what events in professional sports aren't helping you?&quot;
  • 3. What’s The Issue?
  • 4. + SUCCESS SUCCESS ? = + ? = PLAYER COACH
  • 5. TRUE OR FALSE? 75% of young athletes want to be just like their favorite professional athlete 10 Over 1 million high school-age athletes have used anabolic steroids 9 Playing the game and socializing with friends are higher priorities to children than winning 8 Significantly less than 1% of high school athletes ever play professionally 7 3 out of every 4 children quit their childhood sport by the age of 13 because it is no longer fun 6 15% of parents at youth sporting events display obnoxious, unruly or unsportsmanlike behavior 5 17.5% of young athletes say they have been hit, kicked or slapped while participating in sports 4 21% of young athletes report being pressured to play with injuries 3 45.3% of young athletes report being called names, yelled at or insulted while participating in sports 2 Over 30 million children participate in youth athletics in this country 1
  • 6. TRUE OR FALSE? 75% of young athletes want to be just like their favorite professional athlete T 10 Over 1 million high school-age athletes have used anabolic steroids T 9 Playing the game and socializing with friends are higher priorities to children than winning T 8 Significantly less than 1% of high school athletes ever play professionally T 7 3 out of every 4 children quit their childhood sport by the age of 13 because it is no longer fun T 6 15% of parents at youth sporting events display obnoxious, unruly or unsportsmanlike behavior T 5 17.5% of young athletes say they have been hit, kicked or slapped while participating in sports T 4 21% of young athletes report being pressured to play with injuries T 3 45.3% of young athletes report being called names, yelled at or insulted while participating in sports T 2 Over 30 million children participate in youth athletics in this country T 1
  • 7. What is Strengths-Based Coaching? SBC is an approach. It is the foundation of coaching, set firm in the belief that HOW someone coaches ( the process ) is more important than WHAT they coach ( delivered information ). SBC is about the HOW of coaching . SBC is built on the principles of positive psychology and an extensively researched model of human interaction.
  • 8. So…Is it like E=mc²? Is there a formula for success?
  • 9. What are we Learning?
  • 10.
    • People’s Hearts and Minds are committed
    • The longer employees stay with their company the less engaged they are:
    ENGAGEMENT 26% 55% 19% 63% 17% 20% United States Great Britain Engaged Not Engaged Actively Not Engaged G ALLUP
  • 11. ENGAGEMENT/ACTIVATION S R O The Focus The Focus Model
  • 12. ALIGNMENT/BALANCE S C B A Think Feel Act The Focus The Focus Model
  • 13. Alignment/Balanced S R O The Focus The Focus Model C B A C B A C B A
  • 14. Positive Psychological Climate S R O Coach Player Outcome The Focus The Focus Model
  • 15. So What is the Formula for Strengths-Based Coaching? = + + S Strength T Talent K Knowledge S Skills
  • 16. SPORT : ATHLETE Strength Techniques/ Moves/ Performance under pressure = + + Talent Height Speed Agility Basketball Football Baseball Soccer
  • 17. Strength = + + SOCCER Knowledge Techniques Functional Tactical Skill Instep Pass Hook Turn Scissors Wall Pass Overlap Volley Talent Eye/Foot Coord. Speed Agility Balance Height
  • 18. PARENTING/WORKPLACE Strength = + + Knowledge CEO/ President Skill Leadership/ Mgmt. STRENGTH BASED LIVING GOOD COACHING BEGINS AT HOME Talent Strategic Woo Positivity Belief Maximizer
  • 19. PARENTING/WORKPLACE STRENGTH BASED LIVING GOOD COACHING BEGINS AT HOME Strength = + + Talent Relating Competing Organizer Knowledge Math English Skill Sport Soccer School
  • 20. NURSING NURSE Bedside Manner Woo NURSE Paperwork Analytical NURSE Paperwork Woo NURSE Bedside Manner Analytical
  • 21. So as a … Should I know all 34 themes of someone’s talent? Parent Manager Coach Leader
  • 22. So…Here are a few positive ‘ Strengths in Action’ coaching examples
  • 23. Michael Jordan & Phil Jackson
  • 24. Denis Bergkamp & Arsene Wenger
  • 25. Tiger & Earl Woods
  • 26. S COACH R PLAYER OUTCOMES + = SUCCESS = +
  • 27.
    • The optimal climate of interaction
    • Mental/psychological capabilities
    • Talent themes
    • Physical attributes
    • Engagement/Alignment
    • Seats on the bus
    A Successful Sender or a Strengths-Based Coach KNOWS … S
  • 28.
    • Built on a foundation of positive psychology
    • Philosophical choice
    • Common threads in all humans
    • Internal factors
    • HOW you coach is a higher priority than WHAT you coach
    • The climate must produce a positive situation
    A Successful Sender or a Strengths-Based Coach BELIEVES … S
  • 29. STRENGTH IN ACTION Presented by: Dr. Gary F. Russell, CEO and Owner of NASC, Inc.
  • 30.  
  • 31. Strengths-Based Coaches… Lift People Beyond Their Own Vision Of Capability
  • 32. QUESTIONS?
  • 33. < MAIN INDEX