Wanted to make sure that we were all on the same page.
Also benefitted our Sub-Varsity coaches (who were typically less experienced) with game planning, preparation, calling their games.
Professional Development as it were.
I can attribute a lot of what I know as a coach to meeting in person. As a younger coach, I was just able to sit back and listen to the older guys breakdown film and game plan. They were able to explain the "why" behind what we were doing.
I've always been on a staff that meets on Sunday morning. My current staff its just HC/OC, DC, DLine, and myself (OLine). We facetime together for about 20 minutes, then split up and facetime as an offensive staff and defensive staff. It works pretty well. Saves about an hour of driving for everyone and we all get to church on time.
Post by coachpithy on Nov 15, 2019 13:27:18 GMT -6
The biggest part of our direct time meeting times is all the dramas, that in hindsight correctly so, pop up. I have a parent who has this issue, another kid claims the teacher is the problem, another kid is doing this that or the other. This cant understand why his is behind another kid. And you 8-10 coaches who these issues.That plays into a daily depth chart adjustment. Then we get into who can do the job, who can we coach, who do we want to coach. Then we have 37 or something close to kids in the program. If film work is done, game plan is all but copy and paste. 30-45 min.