A DREAM without a TEAM is a NIGHTMARE.

P6170168Working with the total team requires some individual goal setting to be accomplished prior to moving forward. The critical starting point for getting any team “on the same page” is team goals. Successful teams always have a vision and a direction they are focused toward.

Team Leaders or Individuals Sessions

During our sessions, many of the following topics are discussed and used.

  • What makes a great team
  • How to become a great teammate
  • Finding your role on the team
  • Accepting your role on the team
  • How important practice and routines are to team success
  • Team confidence
  • Team adversity
  • Stages of a team
  • 5 Dysfunctions of a team
  • Visualization and imaging
  • Situational analysis
  • Post-game analysis of our E.Q. (Emotional Intelligence)

Leadership Training

Leadership sessions are geared to help emerging or de facto leaders become better at leading and more comfortable in the position of leadership. This training is offered in 5 – 1 hour sessions or in a full day training.

  • Personal development
  • Communication and Character
  • Confidence and Composure
  • Leading Others – Encourager / Enforcer
  • Role Playing and Problem Solving as a Leader

One-on-One Athlete Coaching

teambuilding1In the individual sessions, we will work one-on-one with the athlete, either in person or over Skype to develop a routine of preparation for practice and competition. The athlete is taught strategies to manage his or her focus, emotions, arousal, and confidence during competition.

We will accomplish this through a program of establishing certain principals, goal setting, understanding the things they can and can’t control about their sport (and life). Self-belief techniques and self-talk are incorporated into the sessions. The added benefit is not only how this applies to their sport, but more importantly, how it applies to all parts of their lives.

If the athletes grasp these concepts, they have a great platform to build off of for their confidence and future success in whatever they decide to do. Our goal is for each of our “students ” to reach a basic level of self- assessment. They are empowered and in control of the choices they make on and off the field.

The following is a list of areas that we concentrate on with an athlete depending on his/her needs.

  • Assessment involving parents and coach(es)
  • Goal setting
  • Focus and concentration
  • Confidence and composure
  • Visual cues for staying with things we can control
  • Visualization and imaging
  • Relaxation and breathing techniques
  • Arousal-level control
  • Developing pre-game routine
  • Analysis of different situations (pre- and post-game)
  • Coach-ability
  • Self-assessment and practice techniques
  • Leadership

Contact us for pricing and details.

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