How would you rate your team meetings...on a scale of 1 to 10? The response most coaches give is usually a 10...while your athletes may only give you a 4 or a 5.
Try these strategies and elevate your team meetings up to level 10.
1. Meet each week, on the same day, at the same time, for the same amount of time.
Help keep your team focused on what's important....especially as the season drags on. If you meet with your team inconsistently, you'll almost always have problems, miscommunications, and conflicts brewing...just below the surface.
A great meeting inspires, informs, and helps you solve problems. When you meet more consistently, you'll spot problems sooner and figure out your next step faster!
Don't try firehose your team and cram every single piece of information you want to communicate to into this meeting. This meeting has a bigger purpose: to get your team talking. Keeping it short and consistent will keep it powerful.Read More