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1 The Art of parent-coaching Maximising your child’s athletic development by Paddy Upton

2 Your best coach/teacher? Your worst coach/teacher?

3 *Forbes, Gallup, Saratoga single expert instruction (tell) controlling parent “instructing” multiple expertise ask – listen – exchange fellow ‘adult’/ learning partner ‘coaching’ Change in leadership terrain Old-schoolNew-school

4 Retention of information Instruction Decide and experience 10% 85% recall 65% After 3 weeks After 3 months 70% recall

5 ANALYSE & PLAN PRACTICE/ TRAIN PLAY REFLECT NB! Need to remove this blockage! Athlete plays Coach/parent thinks

6 A A A B A A

7 Success 1.Focus on processes for success …in planning …in execution …in reflection 2.What did we do well? 3.“What would you do differently next time?”

8 #1 mental obstacle to success Fear of failure

9 1.Error and losing happens, it’s NORMAL. Make it OK! 2.Ignore it on game day 3.Understand disappointment/frustration/ anger 4.Manage your unmet expectations 5.“What would you do differently next time?” #1 mental obstacle to success Fear of failure

10 problem in past resist – justify - blame – explain shuts ears - blocks learning breaks confidence does it work for you? solution in future engage solution opens mind – creativity - learning builds confidence could it work for you? uitkak solution!

11 (Liz Hurlock, 1925) group AGroup B

12 In summary 1.Focus on process, NOT results 2.Model your best coach/teacher 3.Coach (ask + listen) tops instructing (telling) (650% better retention) 4.Create intelligent athletes (promote thinking) 5.Focus on + celebrate success 6.Mistakes happens a)Make them OK – don’t perpetuate FEAR OF FAILURE b)Ignore on game day (no uitkak) – address later c)Manage yourself d)Solution in future 7.Strategy about technique

13 SuccessError / loss During gameApplaud (authentically)Bite your tongue! Curb your reactions! Manage your expectations After gameCelebrate success (AAABAA) during game preparation for participating Support person. Ignore errors. Avoid judgment, criticism and error analysis “What would you do differently next time” Plan for next game Create excitement to succeed Athlete to participate in planning! Accept failure/ mistakes will happen. This is NORMAL! PracticeHighlight and work on strengths Ask (650% more effective) more than tell? Have fun Strategy (outcome) above technique Ignore random/ isolated errors Teach that error and loss happens. It’s normal, accept and be OK (you need to become OK with this)

14 1.DO NOT over-focus on weaknesses (the B in AAABAA) 2.DO NOT instruct too much (be over-controlling) 3.DO NOT focus on, dissect or analyse errors of the past 4.DO NOT speak, judge or act out at errors/ loss (the disappointment, frustration or anger is your unmet expectation) 4 DO NOT’s


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