Managing a team of coaches can be something you planned or it can sneak up on you as your business grows. Stepping up to the challenge means building and developing your leadership skills. In this Coaches on the Couch, Rich shares his tips on how you manage a team of coaches on a day-to-day basis to ensure that everyone is working together towards your vision. Rich provides you with some fundamentals to implement when managing a successful team.
Use this Doubles Drill in your next adult improver lesson to help your players develop confidence in making that first cross court ball. You can use Rich’s variations to create different court situations depending on the level of players you are coaching . . . Oops! This content can’t be accessed with your membership. Visit the…
We know that the “go to” slice serve that is taught most commonly by coaches is to take the player out wide. However, when we teach a player to understand slice on the serve, there are 6 serves the player can hit!
Do you find that some players struggle to work as a partnership at the net when playing doubles? This can leave large spaces for opponents to find easy opportunities to win the point.
Use the Squeeze drill in your next doubles lesson to help your players build an understanding of covering different areas of the court together, taking control of the point at the net.
You’ve heard the statement, “it costs five times as much to attract a new customer as to keep an existing one”. At i2c we focus a lot on encouraging new players to join our coaching and growing our business, nonetheless it is critical to keep existing players in our programme. In this Coaches on the Couch Rich explains his philosophy for safe-guarding customer retention.