Georgia Tech Head Football Coach Geoff Collins uses motivational quotes and personal past experiences to break down the importance of program development, character building, and the emphasis on invisioning success.
Collins' insight into becoming a major football powerhouse from different offseason and academic requirements make this a valuable course for coaches, players, and scouts.
Brent Vigen - Transitional Leadership
Unlocking the potential of your players is crucial to the success of your team. In this course, Nebraska Head Coach Matt Rhule shares his experience, strategies, and three essential rules for building a strong coaching staff and team. By focusing on the top 10% of your team and recognizing them publicly, you can elevate the entire team's standards – a priceless insight for any coach in any sport!
A Gallup study reveals three groups of workers: engaged, not engaged, and actively disengaged. Coach Rhule stresses the importance of coaching the top 10% of your team, as recognizing and talking about them publicly will help the middle 80% shift towards them. This will raise the standards of the team as a whole, and by continuing to focus on the top performers, you can create a culture of excellence and high performance.
Coach Rhule shares his three rules for staff: do what you're asked, protect the staff, and put the players first. To create a team of staff members that are engaged, productive, and successful, Coach Rhule explains weekly one-on-one player interactions, weekly player position group training table meals, a semester position bonding trip, weekly academic follow-ups, and weekly goal-setting sessions.
He also emphasizes the importance of introducing yourself to the parents and having a position manual. By following these rules and guidelines, you can build a coaching staff that is dedicated to the success of the team and the individual growth of each player.
By focusing on the top 10% of your team and building a strong coaching staff, you can elevate your team's performance and create a culture of excellence. Take advantage of this resource available to you and learn from Coach Matt Rhule to take your team to the next level.
Franklin & Marshall Head Coach, John Troxell, discusses the 3 phases to properly build a program. In addition to a in depth break down of the 5 C’s and how to implement them.
Dave Doeren shares his philosophy on how he builds a team detailing the specifics behind the Wolfpack culture.
Head Coach James Franklin talks about what crucial aspects help to create a championship program. From creating a culture to setting goals and standards.
Coaching Gen Z
Over time the game of football has changed, so have many of the players. It's time that coaching changes too.
Players from past generations required a specific type of training, approach and relationship. Generation Z is no exception. Throughout the years we’ve learned our tendencies, behaviors and mindsets as we’re doing currently with this generation.
It's quite simple. Generation Z wants interpersonal interaction - a one on one conversation to establish a relationship with a coach. An important concept to understand as a coach is honoring the relationship before honoring the task.
It's no secret that players nowadays have a shorter attention span. That's why it is crucial to have a different approach when training or breaking down game film. We must make training short and effective, we must be different while keeping it exciting.
They need structure. Customized teaching is the best way to really hone in and develop that relationship. A player wants and needs a “ This is where I'm struggling, this is where the coach is helping me get better”. One thing we must remember is “ It's not the players duty to change to the coach, it's the coach's duty to change to his players' '.
They’re tech savvy. We must change presentations and game film. Keep their attention. They want to have fun. It may not be appealing, but it's effective.
Introducing Notre Dame’s Special Teams Coordinator Brian Polian!
**COACHING GENERATION Z TRAINING**
Coach Brian Polian shares his insight gained in his time studying relationships and how they play an important role in coaching Generation Z. He breaks down aspects of building relationships and why they are important including everything you need to establish a solid relationship with your team.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll be on your way to forming relationships and a culture with your players!
Glenn Caruso - Building and Sustaining a Championship Culture During Change
Coach Mack Brown discusses some of the most important factors in creating and maintaining a successful program. Leadership, decision making, winning, and creating an edge for his team are all critical to their success, both on and off the field.
Proceeds from the purchase of this course benefit Lauren's First & Goal Foundation.
Coach Luke Fickell talks on the identity of his program and always evolving in this ever-changing sport.
Army Head Coach, Jeff Monken, teaches program development and team culture including "The Plan" and "The 7 Commandments of Army Football."
Setting the Standard
What is the standard?
Creating a culture or setting the tone for your ball club can commonly be referred to setting the standard. It's a motto that not only you but your teammates pledge by. In unison. Dan Quinn said “The standard is not easily maintained but each man is mentally tough, filled with resilience and surrounded by a brotherhood that will push him to be the very best he can be”.
Why is a standard important?
It's vital to an organzations or football team's success that they have a standard. A rule of living, code of behavior, code of honor or touchstone. Without it, there is no structure. No one to hold one another accountable for their actions. You’ll hear it often. “It's a brotherhood, it is our responsibility to make sure that we pass on this standard to all new teammates to ensure that the proud tradition and reputation we have started continues”. It's a way of living that begins from ownership all the way to its players. The state of the standard is that you always give it one hundred percent.
Whatever you accomplish, you accomplish as a team. In order to accomplish anything as a team, there must be a standard set. Everyone’s connected to one another. In order for a player to make an interception, the defensive line must’ve created pressure. There is no I in team.
There is no one else who understands more than the Dallas Cowboys very own, Dan Quinn. He has developed a method that helps you set the standard within your team. How to create success from within, Introducing,
**Set the Standard training**
Cowboys Defensive Coordinator, Dan Quinn, discusses the importance of setting standards within an organization. In addition to creating a culture and identity to the program.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!
Coach Rob Sgarlata talks about MAGIS and how he uses practice organization to have daily improvements throughout the entire year.
In his course Leadership Perspective, Charlotte Strength and Conditioning Coach Lew Caralla share plenty of ideas which are a part of who he is a leader and a coach. This is a resource of ideas which you will find yourself going back to again and again.
In this course, Jess Simpson, former Defensive Line Coach of the Atlanta Falcons and Miami Hurricans, now Co-Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Line Coach at the Duke University, teaches how to lead your program with the following topics:
Focus & Perspectives
& Off Season Development
He shares his methods developed through the limitations placed on teams in the 2020 season that led to better individualized coaching. Clinic includes video examples of the different teaching tools which coach uses to develop each individual in his position group.
If you want to strengthen relationships and develop the players to their potential, this course gives you the template.
Rutgers Head Coach, Greg Schiano, explains what he belives are the most important aspects of developing a successful program. From the hiring staff, special teams and the vision. In addition he breaks down the “Law of Three”.
Former NFL Coach and current Offensive Line Coach for the Ottawa Redblacks of the CFL, Bob Wylie, offers wisedome about techniques, zone scheme, and many key concepts coaches need to know.