Here is some practical advice for when, how and why to use silence as your form of communication. Keep in mind, though, that the use of silence should be followed by another form of communication as a reinforcer.Read More
Do not be afraid to use silence as a tool in your high-performance feedback loop. It is a very effective teacher for high-performers. They are self-motivated, analytical, and critical of their own performance. If you are engaging and empowering them as problem-solvers, the silence allows them to learn to solve things on their own without outside assistance. This helps develop intrinsic motivation, internalization of locus of control, and self-reliance.Read More
Silence has a tremendous power as a form of communication, but many times it can be interpreted as a weapon instead of a useful tool. Children of all ages need communication. This is our gift, as sentient beings, the art of communication. Children grow, learn and explore the wondrous world through communication.Read More
Use of technology is essential for effective communication in a digital age!
If you were to list the biggest challenges facing your team today, having the right technology for communicating with your players is probably not the top item on that list and may not be on the list at all. However, in a world filled with constant communication through new and advancing technologies and social media, every coach must find a way to get their message across effectively.Read More