Whistle and a Clipboard- the coaching communities resource
Summary: Whistle and a Clipboard interviews successful coaches from the past, present, and future allowing them to share their coaching failures and successes, tips, drills, and skills, along with practice do and don’t to help youth coaches everywhere better coach the kids in their communities. Your host, Jason H Oates, will also interview other professionals discussing current issues related to youth sports among these, strength training, speed and agility, concussions, and arm care.
What is RESPECT? Do you, your coaches, players, parents, etc. respect others? A few thoughts after reflecting on an un-respectful fan
We hear all the time how we are supposed to be positive to succeed. Is this true?
How do you try to pass your knowledge along to your players? A few suggestions
I look at goals, my struggle with them and explore if they are something we should use.
Is this a term you use in your program, why? Should you? Do you look at the whole equation?
Books have been a huge part in my journey. Learn the what, how and why I continue to "read"
Communication is key to success. How well do you listen? How do you listen?
Want to #getBETTER? Are you willing to be wrong? What beliefs do you hold to be true?
Do you build relationships with your players, fellow coaches, administration etc.? What kind of relationships do you have? Listen for more
How does how we react to mistakes effect our players improvement?
Dr Werner has spent many years playing, coaching, and training softball players and other sports. Dr Werner shares her medically and scientifically based knowledge to help us become better coaches
Are you a coach/leader who's biggest fear is leading your players/followers in the wrong direction? This podcast might be for you
What does your player/employee need to be a star in their role?
Why do we follow military leadership styles? Are they the correct choice?
We all want to get better. What is a huge factor in keeping us where we are, our beliefs. A few thoughts on beliefs