As a coach, how do you respond to feedback or when people don’t like your decisions? TJ Rosene defines and unpacks the backbone of great leadership, and how it can help you develop and grow as a coach.
Tyler Coston shares three key ingredients that make Duke basketball the standard for championship-level communication in any sport. Join us to propel your game forward.
Key5’s Lisa O’Meara shares the importance of intentionally developing player leadership. And in the process, encouraging players to have a voice and lead more than by example
TJ Rosene unpacks two questions to fast track your journey to becoming a Master Teacher. Find out how these two questions can impact you and your players.
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Players often measure their contribution just by how many points they score or the number of rebounds and assists they make. But what a good basketball player brings to the game and their team goes beyond stats. At PGC, we say you are either contributing or contaminating. Find out which one you’re doing in this week’s new blogpost.
I want to share with you a problem I have faced. It’s a problem all athletes face, and one that can be extremely frustrating and discouraging throughout a career.
The problem is players put in an immense amount of time, energy, and effort, but struggle to see their improvement.
High-level communication is a character trait that coaches crave, and often, players struggle to implement.
When it comes to getting your teammates’ attention, how do you move from a place of frustration and confusion to one of confidence and certainty? Join PGC Director Chad Songy as he shares how to lead your teammates with one simple word.
Every team needs great leadership. Whether it’s on the floor or off the floor, the best teams always have great leadership on their roster. In this week’s video, join PGC Director Matt McLeod as he breaks down the keys to special leadership.