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How coaches can work in partnership with parents | Coaching Children (Ages 5-12)

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robertkmaaye
Rob Maaye said:
If you found this video useful you might also be interested in reading Ceri Bowley’s blog The Athletic Triangle: Coach-Parent-Athlete Triad where he outline some ideas for engaging with parents and encouraging them to play an active role in their child's development https://www.connectedcoaches.org/spaces/17/coaching-children-ages-5-12/blog/CeriBowley/252/the-athletic-triangle-coach-parent-athlete-triad
06/09/16
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Rob Maaye said:
06/09/16
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Utkarsh
Smart video Rob. Thanks for this. Truly, the parents are the ones that we need to influence as coaches. Getting them on board is the key as they are the ones that see the athlete the most, particularly in the younger more formative years. I love that Dr Knight here acknowledges it might be scary or intimidating at first to speak to parents and being a fairly young coach I can certainly relate to this in my younger years. However, with education of the right information and listening to more experienced coaches and most importantly experiencing correct processes yourself as a coach, it gives you belief in the right methods. From here we can then communicate with conviction and clarity with our messages to our parents. Off to read the two blogs by Jon now!
24/09/16
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Utkarsh
And Ceri's of course!
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