HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON A COACHING LICENSE COURSE

HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON A COACHING LICENSE COURSE HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON A COACHING LICENSE COURSE MARK MARSHALL Manager, Coach Development Ontari...
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HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON A COACHING LICENSE COURSE

HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON A COACHING LICENSE COURSE

MARK MARSHALL Manager, Coach Development Ontario Soccer Association

Who I Am • • • • • • • •

Manager of Coach Development Canadian A License UEFA A License NSCAA Premier Diploma NCCP Multisport MLF NCCP Soccer-Specific MLF National & Provincial License Staff Graduate of York University

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Coach Development vs Certification • Coach development will improve certification numbers • More qualified coaches will improve the quality of our players • Better quality, rather than quantity, of coaches will help to increase the overall standards and professionalism in our sport

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How Can I Be Successful? • BE PREPARED • RIGHT MINDSET

• SELF-REFLECTION • MENTORSHIP

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PREPARATION

Be Prepared • What is expected? – Full attendance – Full participation in on-field and classroom sessions – Understanding of material – Level of fitness – Experience in working with players in the U14 and older age groups – No distractions (cell phones, work, travel time)

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How Can I Prepare? • Have a clear understanding of the process and expectations • Understand your preferred learning style • Have a clear understanding of the Principles of Play • Understanding the importance of and how to demonstrate for all learning styles • Understand and have experience working with players 14 years and older • Understand the importance of planning and the organization of your session 9

Leadership and You

….Starts from within, and knowing oneself is an essential foundation for leadership of others (Reichert 2012)

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How Am I Going to Feel? • • • • • • • •

Uncomfortable Comfortable Happy Tired Challenged Upset Educated Motivated

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Surprised Disappointed Nervous Relieved Confused Proud Argumentative Like a better coach 11

Knowledge Required • Of the Environment • Of the Expectations • Of the Content • Of Oneself

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RIGHT MINDSET

Mindsets “Knowing others is wisdom, Knowing the self is enlightenment. Mastering others requires force, Mastering the self requires strength.” Tao Te Ching 300BC

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Mindset Models • How are mindsets defined? • Deeply ingrained generalizations, or even pictures or images, that influence how we understand the world and how we take action (Senge,1990)

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Mindsets • Made up of our beliefs, values and assumptions – drive our performance – resistant to change

• We cannot see them clearly by ourselves • We need rich, skillful, daily feedback to help us reflect on our mindset

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Mindsets FIXED

Growth

Avoids Challenges

Embraces challenges

Gives up easily

Persists in the face of set backs

Sees effort as pointless

Sees effort as the only path to mastery

Ignores useful feedback

Learns from feedback

Feels threatened by the success of others

Finds lessons and inspiration in the success of others

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Understand Yourself • Individual Reflection: – Take 1 minute to review the following question – Record your thoughts

Question: 1. What is your current mindset ?

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Learning Styles • There are 7 different learning styles

• Top three used in soccer are the following: – Visual – Aural (auditory) – Kinesthetic (physical)

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Learning Styles Visual • Learners are those who learn through seeing things

Auditory • Learners are those who learn best through hearing things

Kinesthetic • Learners are those who learn through experiencing and doing things

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Understand Yourself Discover Your Learning ….Go online to do a free test • What do you think you will discover? • Will this change your approach to learning? • How will this effect your coaching style?

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SELF-REFLECTION

The Skill of Self-Reflection

START – STOP - CONTINUE

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Mind and Body • Working towards having a growth mind set

• Think about how you prepare yourself before each session • Have a set routine • Work on your self-belief – power pose, focus on controllables

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Mind and Body • “Look the Part, Feel the Part”

• Hydration • Warm-up • Physical condition – Flexible – Be able to demonstrate

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Be Part of the Coaching Process • The coaching process is an ongoing cycle of performance and practice, within which a coach is required to evaluate, intervene, and feedback information to players with the aim of promoting learning and improving performance

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Practice Types • Understand: – SSG – Functional – Technical

• Work with your players in each of these practice types • Become comfortable with the benefits of each and how you relate the learning styles of your players in each of the different situations 27

The Art of Noticing • Developing observation and noticing skills 1. Purposeful Observation 2. Marking 3. Understanding and Accuracy

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John Mason 2002 The discipline of noticing Coaching Association of Canada MLF Training

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MENTORSHIP

Mentorship • Design a mentorship plan – What is going to work for you – Incorporate how you learn into this plan

• Regular feedback • Work with different levels and genders in the above 14 age groups • Self-reflection: video your personal performance 30

Analyze the Game • Watch 11 v11 games where you have no emotion or ties to the outcome

• Select a section of the team – Centre Backs or Full Backs or Strikers

• Study their movement roles and how they have either an impact or no impact in the game • Start to formulate a session plan on how you can improve the performance of this one player or groups of players • Compare your notes and findings with a mentor 31

You will be successful … • By Being PREPARED • By having the RIGHT MINDSET • By doing SELF-REFLECTION • By having a MENTORSHIP plan • By ENJOYING the journey

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“A common mistake among those who work in sport is spending a disproportional amount of time on X’s and O’s as compared to time spent learning about people” Mike Krzyzewski (Coach K ) – Basketball

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[email protected] 905-264 9390 ext 259

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