Youth hockey coaches: you can inspire your players and help build confidence through better communication
We have written extensively here over the years about a wide range of issues, from building organizational trust and credibility to how leaders can prepare to interact with the media in an engaging, thoughtful and credible manner.
One other area of significant interest for us remains the role of the coach in youth sports.
The impact a youth coach has is enormous, and with this in mind, we have just released another in our series of eBooks on “Common Sense Communication” in youth sports. Geared to youth hockey coaches, the book is entitled, “You Can Be an Inspirational Youth Hockey Coach!”.
The book provides a range of practical tips to assist coaches in recognizing some of the ways they can help build confidence and character in the players they work with.
To be clear, this is not a book about “x’s” and “o’s”. There are many great books available that offer hockey coaches that kind of information.
We hope to fill a gap in an area that we believe is crucial for coaches: communicating better with—and inspiring—young athletes.