The Art of Team Coaching

The Art of Team Coaching

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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           11 (2)
Preface 13 (1)
Acknowledgments 14 (1)
Introduction 15 (6)
Part I: Getting Started
What It Takes To Be a Successful Coach 21 (6)
What is a Successful Coach? 21 (1)
Wrong Reasons for Coaching 21 (1)
Right Reasons for Coaching 22 (1)
How Do Coaches Achieve Success? 22 (1)
The Realities of Coaching 23 (1)
What Motivates Successful Coaches? 23 (1)
Building a Coaching Philosophy 24 (2)
The Characteristics of a Successful Coach 26 (1)
Finding Your Own Coaching Style 27 (12)
Types of Coaching 27 (4)
Eight Basic Principles of a Successful Coach 31 (3)
Unsuccessful Coaches 34 (5)
Team Selection and Other Important Coaching 39 (12)
Decisions
Who Decides? 39 (2)
Guidelines for Making Good Decisions 41 (2)
The Most Important Decision: The Selection 43 (5)
of Players
Summary: Making the Best Decisions 48 (3)
Part II: Motivation
Sharing Power through Team Meetings 51 (10)
The Purpose of Team Meetings 51 (1)
Frequency of Team Meetings 51 (1)
Guidelines for Conducting Team Meetings 52 (1)
What To Discuss in Team Meetings 53 (1)
What Not To Discuss in Team Meetings 54 (1)
Setting Goals and Rules in Team Meetings 54 (1)
The Process of Coming Up with Lists of 55 (1)
Goals and Rules
General Guidelines For Goals 56 (3)
Summary: The Value of Team Meetings 59 (2)
Team Outcome Goals 61 (8)
Team Performance Goals 69 (12)
Team Behavior Goals 81 (16)
Discipline through Team Rules 97 (6)
Building Team Unity 103(10)
Part III: Nuts and Bolts
Planning for the Season 113(8)
How to Organize the Season 113(1)
How To Plan the Pre-Season 114(1)
How to Plan Training Camp (Pre-Season 115(1)
Practices)
The Pre-Season Talk 116(2)
How to Prepare a Strong Game Plan 118(3)
Be a Good ``Practice Coach'' 121(18)
Practice Philosophy 121(1)
How To Motivate Players During Practice 122(1)
Planning Practices 123(1)
Principles for Running a Good Practice 123(2)
Running the Practice 125(2)
Coaching During the Practice 127(2)
Principles of Good Drills 129(8)
Different Types of Drills 137(2)
Teaching Fundamentals and Values 139(16)
Creating a Good Learning Environment 155(26)
The Philosophy of Success 155(6)
The Successful Coach's Attitude towards 161(6)
Mistakes and Failures
The Coach's Attitude toward Fear 167(14)
Putting a Playing System Together 181
Part IV: Working with Individual Players
Fostering Communication between Coaches and 175(4)
Player
Verbal Communication - What Coaches Say 175(1)
Reading Non-Verbal Communication 176(1)
Active Listening by Coaches 176(1)
Empathy 177(1)
Strategies for Arguing and Conflict 177(2)
Resolution
Building Relationships with Players 179(6)
One-on-One Talks - How Coaches Build 179(2)
Relationships
Results of One-On-One Talks 181(1)
One-on-One Formal Interviews 182(1)
Interview Questions To Ask Players 183(2)
Building Self-Esteem 185(6)
Results of High Self-Esteem 189(2)
Selecting and Creating Team Leaders 191(6)
Why Are Leaders Leaders? 191(1)
How To Pick Leaders 191(1)
How To Develop Team Leaders 192(1)
Guidelines for Leaders 192(5)
Part V: The Big Game
Pre-Game Speeches 197(12)
Purpose of the Pre-Game Talk 197(1)
Before the Pre-Game Talk 198(1)
How To Give the Pre-Game Speech 199(4)
Half-Time or Between-Periods Talks 203(2)
Post-Game Talk After a Win 205(1)
Post-Game Talk after a Loss 205(4)
Be a Good ``Game Coach'' 209(16)
Coaching During a Game 209(5)
Communication During a Game 214(4)
Playing Time 218(1)
Dealing with Referees During the Game 218(1)
Penalties 219(1)
Player Conduct During a Game 220(1)
The Successful Coach's Approach to the Big 220(5)
Game
Conclusion: Further Developing Your Coaching 225(3)
Skills
Bibliography 228(1)
Index 229