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Positive Coaching Alliance SUMMARY. Positive Coaching Alliance. Created in 1998-Stanford University Movement to Transform Youth Sports. Challengers Mission Statement.

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Positive Coaching Alliance

  • Created in 1998-Stanford University

  • Movement to Transform Youth Sports


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ChallengersMission Statement

  • The Challengers is a soccer club run by parents for their children. It is led by parents who are dedicated to providing a competitive soccer experience for their children while retaining control of the level of commitment in terms of time, travel, and money.

“Don McBride”


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PCA Vision

  • “The positive culture encourages athletes to play multiple sports and never pressures players to specialize in one sport too early…”

  • “Creating a culture where kids love to play the game. They look forward to practices and games…”

  • “Coaches feel the responsibility..to teach skills/strategy, but also respect the game (teammates, opponents, officials, fans)…”

I think PCA stole this from our own website…!


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Coaches/Leaders

  • Brian Schroder

  • Jim Ensign

  • Don McBride

  • Craig Hipp

  • John Hill

  • Jim Higgins


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This is a MUST DO!

  • Transforming Youth Sports

    • Double-Goal Coaching Model

    • Organizational Culture


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Double Goal Coaching

  • 1-Winning is IMPORTANT

  • 2-Teaching Life Lessons=More Important

*Redefining Winner

*Filling the Emotional Fuel Tank

*Honoring The Game


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Scoreboard Definition

Results

Comparison w/ others

Mistakes Not OK

Mastery/Redefined

Effort

Learning

Mistakes are OK

Redefining Winner

Mastery Definition drives kids desire…


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Fill

Praise

Appreciation

Listening

Draining

Criticize/Correct

Sarcasm

Ignore

Filling the Emotional Fuel Tank

Empty Tank=Less Coachable

Full Tank=More Coachable


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Honoring the Game

  • R.O.O.T.S

    • Rules

    • Opponents

    • Officials

    • Teammates

    • Self

Nutshell Definitions

Follow the rules, Honor the game, opponent is not enemy,

Respect officials, honor the team with actions,

live up to own self standards


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Organizational Culture

  • Set the table…Expectations

    • Parents and Athletes

  • Via

    • Message Bombardment

    • Written (signs, buttons,Parent Pledges,etc)

    • Spoken-“that’s not the way we do things Here!”