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Slide 1 - The Head Coach/Assistant Coach Relationship:Learning to Work Together Scott Rosberg, AD Park High School Livingston, Montana scott.rosberg@livingston.k12.mt.us www.coachwithcharacter.net
Slide 2 - Why Coach? Big 3 Love of the Game Impart Knowledge Competitiveness Other Reasons Coach Your Own Kids Part of the Job (Teacher) Money For the Kids”
Slide 3 - The Role of the Head Coach Leader of entire program; focused on Varsity Part of Entire Coaching Team Work w/ lower levels through the assistant coaches Help Develop Assistants Teach Model Difference-makers & Confidence-builders We don’t only coach sports – We coach kids. Teach/model character, discipline, work ethic, sportsmanship, commitment to team, etc.
Slide 4 - The Role of the Assistant Coach It’s In the Title – Assist the Head Coach Implement Head Coach’s Philosophy No “Yes Men”/”Yes Women” Know the Sport How to play it How to teach it How head coach wants it taught Inexperienced assistant Experienced assistant – Could have a dilemma Good cop/Bad cop Asst. Coach = good cop/ Head coach = bad cop Never should have both be bad cop
Slide 5 - The Role of the Assistant Coach The Fine Line of Discipline Definition of Discipline (Knight & Brown) Team/Program discipline starts with disciplined coaches Problems arise when coach is undisciplined Assistant Coach MUST have discipline with lower levels Be there for the kids, but maintain your distance Head coach must teach the assistant coach his role – don’t assume anything
Slide 6 - Characteristics of an Assistant Coach Character Hire for character Instill character in coaches and kids Winning and losing is secondary Loyalty Through thick & thin No talking behind head coach’s back Loyalty only goes so far, though (ethical, legal, dangerous) Trust – 2-way street between head coach/assistant
Slide 7 - Characteristics of an Assistant Coach Desire to Learn Owe it to the kids, head coach, & program Books , videos, Clinics Other coaches Leadership Hard to define great leadership, but you know it when you see it Servant-leadership Positive motivation is best
Slide 8 - Characteristics of an Assistant Coach Communication Skills Be precise Speak clearly & slowly Break it down Repetition, repetition, repetition Correct & Re-teach Listen Work Ethic Desire to be a head coach (optional)
Slide 9 - Developing the HC/AC Relationship Head Coach’s Responsibility Family of Coaches - Be there for them Servant-Leader How can I help you do better? Understand Assistant Coach’s Mindset Responsibility/Reward, Bridesmaid, Praise them publicly Define the Assistant’s Job Practice & Games Help Your Assistants to Succeed Put them where they will thrive.
Slide 10 - Working Together Pre-Season Coaches’ Meeting Socialize/Bond Program Philosophy Policy Sheet – Get input from assistants How We Teach What We Teach Playbook Terminology “Our Way”
Slide 11 - Working Together Criticizing Assistants – Never in front of kids Kids lose respect for both your assistant and you. Hurts your program. Assistants get little recognition or $ Talk with the assistant after practice to correct or address the situation. Corrections in front of kids are an “alternative” way. Don’t take assistant’s control away. HC is the role model for how s/he wants thing done.
Slide 12 - Responsibilities Practice Each coach’s specific duties Know how all fits together When HC & AC practice Together Give assistants the plan early. Show what and how you want things taught. Parameters for teaching and interrupting Talk w/ each other at breaks, but not too much. Model how you want assistants to do things when you are not there
Slide 13 - Responsibilities (cont.) Role Reversal for a Day Fresh perspective Kids see assistant as head coach (respect) Empower assistant with confidence Head coach sees things from assistant’s perspective Assistant on Own Lower Level HC needs to help AC prepare for these nights. Veteran vs. Beginner Assistant HC should help plan first few practices. HC explains how things need to be taught. HC should try to be at early season practices.
Slide 14 - Responsibilities (cont.) Teaching Extremely important but underappreciated by those outside the business. It’s not what you know, but how you teach it. Strong communication skills are essential. Develop positive relationships. Different Learning Paces – teach to quickest learners
Slide 15 - Responsibilities (cont.) Teaching (cont.) Whole/Part/Whole Repetition Teach, show, walk through, practice, repeat, next day, all year Scrimmaging Precision is crucial to success. “Perfect practice makes perfect.” “Sweat the small stuff.”
Slide 16 - Responsibilities (cont.) Game Varsity Game Decision-making – Head Coach makes major decisions Assistants offer input, suggestions; HC tells how s/he wants the input Assistants may be in charge of certain areas Timeouts – Protocol; Who speaks when? (Assistants model correct huddle behavior) Half-Time and Post-Game Counseling on the bench
Slide 17 - Responsibilities (cont.) Lower Level Games Assistant becomes head coach Head Coach needs to let assistant “run the show” Head Coach on bench early in season Head Coach needs to model good assistant coach behavior After game head coach should talk w/ assistant about game
Slide 18 - Assistant Coach Making the Leap When is the assistant ready to become a head coach? Head coach should help the assistant to become a head coach if that is the assistant’s goal