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Be Like A Coach - Mark Siwik and Jim Tressel

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Be Like A Coach - Mark Siwik and Jim Tressel

  1. 1. Building Programs of Excellence in Youth Football The Role of Sports Leadership All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  2. 2. THE NEXT MEGATREND IS? SchoolsWork All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  3. 3. THE NEXT MEGATREND: SPORTS LEADERSHIP Schools Work Sports Skagg Wooden Naismith All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  4. 4. CHANGE OUR NATION’S FUTURE Poor Systems All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 Our Youth Deserve Better Ineffective Results Insufficient Support and Training Firefighting (Time Consuming)
  5. 5. SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS START WITH A PURPOSE "Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire and unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand.“ – Nelson Mandela All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 Purpose
  6. 6. SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS BUILD COMMUNITIES All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 Purpose Community
  7. 7. LEADERSHIP CONNECTS PURPOSE WITH COMMUNITY Purpose Purpose Community Leadership All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 A PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE
  8. 8. SCIENCE OF SPORTS LEADERSHIP All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 Long Term Athletic Development
  9. 9. SCIENCE OF SPORTS LEADERSHIP Long Term Program Development All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  10. 10. SCIENCE OF SPORTS LEADERSHIP Long Term Program Development Long Term Athletic Development All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  11. 11. A TOOL FOR TEACHING SPORTS LEADERSHIP All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014 TEACHER You haven’t taught until they have learned. COURAGE Standing up for what is right , true and best. COMMITMENT Grounded in the values of the pyramid. PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE Knowing how to teach so athletes learn. SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE Knowing a subject to its roots. CONDITION Moral, mental, emo- tional, physical; to be at your best all the time. INDUSTRIOUSNESS Hard work based on careful planning. CURIOSITY Deep desire to know why, not just how. Finding and inventing ways to get around obstacles. Seeking continuous improvement. LOYALTY Never avoiding one’s duty to others. COOPERATION Contributing to a learning community. BALANCE Practicing moderation and perspective in all things. FRIENDSHIP Building strong relationships. LOVE Acting in the best interest of each athlete. PYRAMID OF TEACHING SUCCESS IN SPORT
  12. 12. LEADERS PROMOTE TEAMWORK “Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” Vince Lombardi Football Hall of Fame- 1971 All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  13. 13. LEADERS ARE COMMITTED TO LONG TERM EXCELLENCE TEACHER You haven’t taught until they have learned. COURAGE Standing up for what is right , true and best. COMMITMENT Grounded in the values of the pyramid. PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE Knowing how to teach so athletes learn. SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE Knowing a subject to its roots. CONDITION Moral, mental, emo- tional, physical; to be at your best all the time. INDUSTRIOUSNESS Hard work based on careful planning. CURIOSITY Deep desire to know why, not just how. Finding and inventing ways to get around obstacles. Seeking continuous improvement. LOYALTY Never avoiding one’s duty to others. COOPERATION Contributing to a learning community. BALANCE Practicing moderation and perspective in all things. FRIENDSHIP Building strong relationships. LOVE Acting in the best interest of each athlete. PYRAMID OF TEACHING SUCCESS IN SPORT Pyramid of Leadership Development All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  14. 14. LEADERS ARE COMMITTED TO LONG TERM EXCELLENCE Steps For Creating A Culture of Continuous Improvement • Maintain a continuous focus on understanding and meeting the needs of our athletes. • Become a true learning program by striving for continuous improvement. • Create a culture that allows and learns from mistakes • Encourage creativity and innovation. • Make sure everyone in our football program is committed to and held responsible for improvement. All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  15. 15. LEADERS ARE TEACHERS “Effective leaders are, first and foremost, good teachers. We are in the education business. The same is true for productive leaders in any organization.” John Wooden ESPN Coach of the Century All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  16. 16. LEADERS ARE TEACHERS TEACHER You haven’t taught until they have learned. COURAGE Standing up for what is right , true and best. COMMITMENT Grounded in the values of the pyramid. PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE Knowing how to teach so athletes learn. SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE Knowing a subject to its roots. CONDITION Moral, mental, emo- tional, physical; to be at your best all the time. INDUSTRIOUSNESS Hard work based on careful planning. CURIOSITY Deep desire to know why, not just how. Finding and inventing ways to get around obstacles. Seeking continuous improvement. LOYALTY Never avoiding one’s duty to others. COOPERATION Contributing to a learning community. BALANCE Practicing moderation and perspective in all things. FRIENDSHIP Building strong relationships. LOVE Acting in the best interest of each athlete. PYRAMID OF TEACHING SUCCESS IN SPORT Pyramid of Leadership Development All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  17. 17. LEADERS ARE TEACHERS Steps for Becoming an Effective Program Leader • Emphasize that excellence starts with teaching and practicing good habits. • Create a clear shared vision for our football program. • Articulate our shared vision on a daily basis to everyone associated with our program. • Learn to do first what matters most. • Teach that our football program strives for excellence in instruction, planning, execution, assessing and adjusting to best practices. • Focus on a few key teaching points until you see the change you desire. • Hold everyone accountable to practice these changes; “all means all.” All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  18. 18. DEFINING SUCCESS “The peace of mind which is a direct result of self- satisfaction in knowing you have made the effort to ensure that all those under your supervision learn how to reach their potential in sports and beyond.” TEACHER You haven’t taught until they have learned. COURAGE Standing up for what is right , true and best. COMMITMENT Grounded in the values of the pyramid. PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE Knowing how to teach so athletes learn. SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE Knowing a subject to its roots. CONDITION Moral, mental, emo- tional, physical; to be at your best all the time. INDUSTRIOUSNESS Hard work based on careful planning. CURIOSITY Deep desire to know why, not just how. Finding and inventing ways to get around obstacles. Seeking continuous improvement. LOYALTY Never avoiding one’s duty to others. COOPERATION Contributing to a learning community. BALANCE Practicing moderation and perspective in all things. FRIENDSHIP Building strong relationships. LOVE Acting in the best interest of each athlete. PYRAMID OF TEACHING SUCCESS IN SPORT Pyramid of Leadership Development All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014
  19. 19. I MUST BE ALL OF THAT See them play? I’m their football coach. See that tackle? I taught him that approach. See, that throw? I taught that shoulder turn. See that catch? It’s all because of my concern. See that block? It took a month for him to learn. With this ball and whistle, I can teach them how to win. And how to take the game on the uphill spin. But to teach them how to be real men who care, Who love and work and build and share, And vote and help and give and pray, And walk far from the wicked way, I must be all of that today and every day. Swen Nater Co-Founder BeLikeCoach All Rights Reserved BeLikeCoach 2014

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