By American Sport Education Program
A close consultant which deals step by step recommendations for speaking to young children, educating soccer talents, imposing simple offensive and protective recommendations, treating accidents and succeeding whilst a starting trainer.
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This unit examines what communication is and how you can become a more effective communicator-coach. What's Involved in Communication? Coaches often mistakenly believe that communication involves only instructing players to do something, but verbal commands are a very small part of the communication process. More than half of what is communicated is nonverbal. So remember when you are coaching: Actions speak louder than words. Communication in its simplest form is like a quarterback and a receiver.
2. Let the player know what was incorrect in the performance and instruct him or her how to correct it. 3. Encourage the player by reemphasizing what he or she did well. Say It Loud Enough, and Say It Again A football field with kids spread out from one end zone to the other can make communication difficult. So talk to your team in a voice that all members can hear and interpret. A crisp, vigorous voice commands attention and respect; garbled and weak speech is tuned out. It's OK, in fact, appropriate, to soften your voice when speaking to a player individually about a personal problem.
That's not always easy when you're busy coaching and have many things competing for your attention. But in one-to-one or team meetings with players, you must really focus on what they are telling you, both verbally and nonverbally. You'll be amazed at the little signals you pick up. Not only will such focused attention help you catch every word your players say, but you'll also notice your players' moods and physical states, and you'll get an idea of your players' feelings toward you and other players on the team.
Coaching Youth Football by American Sport Education Program