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For Joe, the 2 virtues of mindful communication are clarity and discipline (page 184).
Clarity in communication means:
Discipline in communication means:
Instead beginning practices with the traditional rah-rah pep talk, macho challenge, or even technical jargon, Joe and Biff begin their practices with a clear and disciplined refrain (page 185).
They begin by asking the players: “What’s the coaches’ job?”
How do the athletes respond?
The second question the coaches ask the players to begin practice is, “What is your job?”
How do the players respond?
Complete this statement that is found at the top of page 187.
is a by-product of purpose-driven coaching, of knowing where you and the team are going.
For their coaches, Joe and Biff developed a Coaches’ Code of Conduct that specifically outlines their behavioral standards for interacting with athletes, administrators, parents, referees, and opposing coaches and their teams.
Reread the Coaches’ Code of Conduct below, and place a check mark next to each line as you read it. Start to think about how you can adapt this for your program.
Joe and Biff developed a Parents’ Code of Conduct that explicitly communicates their expectations for them and their children.
Re-read the Parents’ Code of Conduct below and place a check mark next to each line after you read it. Start to think about how you can adapt this for your program.
Joe and Biff have their players sign a code of conduct as well that acts as the guidepost for communications within the team setting.
Re-read the Players’ Code of Conduct below, and place a check mark next to each statement as you read it. Start to think about how this can be adapted for your program.
To help create a structure of discipline for his communication, Joe established his InSideOut Communication Rules. What is the most important part of coaching according to his list of rules on page 207?
To communicate with clarity and discipline, Joe insists that it begins with understanding ________ we coach, and then we must communicate it both verbally and non-verbally to our players (page 209).