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Coaching Philosophy

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Brendan Johns

on 13 April 2010

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Coaching Philosophy By:Brendan Johns "Hockey is its own game"
~Scotty Bowman Leadership Leadership can make or break a coach

Great leadership can turn an average team into a great team and vice versa

Instill a sense of Self Confidence

Inspiring and Positive

Self Control

Love your Sport!!!

"Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile."

~Vince Lombardi
Motivation Gaining players respect

Must be able to sell what they're teaching

Have fun and staying positive can make motivation second nature.



Team Organization Understanding Roles

clearly identify the common goals of the organization and how they should be achieved.

Mission Statement

”The will to win is important, but the will to prepare is vital.”

~Joe Paterno

Responsibilities Coach:
On-Ice:evaluating players, developing season plans, constructing meaningful practices, making good use of ice time, and constructing on-ice practice sessions

Off-Ice:spectators watching the game, parents, players (outside of hockey), officials, staff, and location of play.

Players:
playing hard, being respectful towards: officials, coaches, opposing players, parents, and each other, being on time and making good use of the time given, and having fun.

Parents:
on time payments for ice bills, providing sufficient equipment for their child, behavior while watching games, and overall support for their child and the team.


Player Safety/Injury Prevention Education:
Sufficient Equipment
On ice Conduct
Recognizing injuries
Danger Zones/How to take a hit.

Stretching: before/after

Conditioning:
Age appropriate
Supervised
Diverse
Technique

Hydration


Player Utilization Make sure that team members know they are working with you, not for you.

~John Wooden
Knowing players on personal level

Evaluating Players

Need players to understand what each individual brings to the table and learn to embrace it.

buy into your systems

It takes every type of player on a team to be successful.


Player Discipline Participative Approach:

constructive criticism/encouragement

kids know what they did wrong

punishment must fit the crime

Player Development American Development Model:

My idea of a successful coach is one that excels in the developing his or her players.

It is ineffective to pass judgment on whether a team wins or loses.

fundamentals and repetition

Increase participants

Discourage Specialization

Success is about having, excellence is about being. Success is about having money and fame, but excellence is being the best you can be.

~Mike Ditka



Conclusion - I believe the the purpose of a coach goes furthur than the game itself. I blieve the whole object of the coach is to inspire the athletes and give them outlets to develop a passion; whether it be in sports, or in something else down the road.
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