Levi Nelson, Pete Shinnick, and Randy Jackson share tips for an effective season wrap-up that can make a significant difference in a team’s success and serve as a valuable learning experience for both coaches and players.
The season wrap-up is a crucial aspect of coaching that allows coaches to reflect on the past season, gather feedback, and make plans for improvement. It provides an opportunity to assess the team’s performance, identify areas of strength and weakness, and set the foundation for the next season.
Coaches Featured in This Episode:
Levi Nelson, Positive Coaching Alliance
Pete Shinnick, Head Coach, Towson University
Randy Jackson, Long-Time Texas High School Coach
>Coaching Philosophy: LEAD
>Get-To List for Offseason
>Meeting with Assistant Coaches
>Evaluating Assistant Coaches
>Taking Stock of the Season
>Rallying Cry for the Next Season
>Meeting with Outgoing and Rising Seniors
>Reflecting and Connecting the Dots
>Coaches’ Autopsy and Feedback