“Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” -Dwight D. Eisenhower (34th President of the United States) As a young coach, developing a mentor relationship with a more experienced and accomplished colleague can set in motion a valuable friendship that allows for both… Continue reading The Education of a Coach Part VIII: Developing a Mentorship Relationship
Excellent teacher-coaches are able to provide a meaningful journey for the athletes they find themselves around. They create experiences that set in motion the athletes aspirations to provide more: Effort Desire Passion Commitment Development Intensity Skill Development Leadership Growth Athletes that participate for teacher-coaches like this love to interact with the coach, be praised by… Continue reading The Education of A Coach Part VI: Coaching Attributes that Lead to Participant Success
Welcome to EducatedCoaches.com and our first official blog post. At EducatedCoaches.com, we work with athletes, parents, coaches, and all supporting personnel in creating an environment that leads to athletic success. Our fundamental belief of intentional positive interaction creates a culture featuring physical and mental development, learning, relationship building, skill development, and fun. Future posts at… Continue reading Welcome!!!