The Three Phases of Coaching - Teaching, Connecting, and Transferby Chris Oliver
In this course, Coach Chris Oliver reveals 3 phases for successful coaching you need to improve your players for a successful team. He also expresses the importance of creating intentional unpredictability in drills so your players can be prepared for any situation thrown at them in the game. In his drills, he likes to make his players struggle and have to reach to get better, rather than keeping them comfortable in the same drill.
Chris Oliver | Head Coach | Windsor Men's Basketball
Chris Oliver is the head coach at Windsor and has been coaching there since 2005. Throughout his career here he has racked up a record of 211-141 to go along with 6 regular season titles as well as 2 west playoff titles. Over years of head coaching experience for multiple college teams he has the opportunity to turn programs around and reshape them to become winning programs. While doing that he has also helped with Canada's Sr. Men's National team camp and also Ontario's developmental program. His success as a head coach can be attributed to creating game-like situations in practice so his players are always ready for any situation thrown at them while on the court. His ability to develop players skills and improve their game overall has made him one Canada's top basketball coaches.
|McMaster University Assistant Head Coach||1996-2002|
|Queen's University Head Coach||2002-2005|
|Windsor University Head Coach||2005-Present|