To be a coach you need a certain set of skills. For example a coach needs to have good people skills. A coach has to talk to his team and other people from around the area who want to meet him and talk to him. Another Thing a Coach needs to be arrogant to an extent he needs to be very confident in his ability’s to lead his team to a winning season and he needs to be confident in players that they can execute what he has taught them to do so they can get a win every week. (acient) I have wanted to become a coach for a very long time specifically a football coach.
Along with setting the expectations for the players, he or she must set the expectations of the assistant coaches and the specialized coaches. The act of setting expectations for the coaching staff is vital to the whole team running smoothly. If one coach along the line does not know the ability in which he or she is supposed to do his or her job, the efficiency of the team will not be as high. Another thing a head coach works on, is monitoring the lower levels of coaching. A head coach must have good communication skills among the other coaching staff in order to make sure everything is going as planned.
Having commitment and passion for something can make you an outstanding leader. Being an athlete, I know the importance of commitment and passion. If you are passionate about doing something, then you will be more committed. Personally, I think know that the NJHS will be a good fit for me because I am very passionate about helping people and I would be very committed in doing so. Accountability and responsibility go hand in hand for leaders.
Creon's core values heavily impacted his decisions throughout the play and changed his life forever. Creon was the leader of Thebes and he took his job very seriously. He wanted to have all of his citizens be loyal to him and respect his rule. This wish led Creon to a strong hatred for traitors,
This is shown by the dialogue of coach Boone saying "if we don't come together, right now, on this hallowed ground, then we too will be destroyed". This is saying that like the confederate army, if they do not accept all races than they will be destroyed and will not achieve anything during the season. This speaks to the boys as the camera zooms to show their faces and that they are determined. They are determined to win, and are realizing that winning is more important than any prejudice they may have. This shows that the run to Gettysburg is a turning point, as they are beginning to overcome adversity.
Despite all hardships he faces, Mr McKenna does not quit, moreover he meets his goal establishing safer environment, school disciplinary and improving the education. If we compare McKenna’s practices to the book chapter “Becoming a Trustworthy Leader” where the central idea is building trust to make a successful school , it is clearly seen in the movie that he is trying to use different ways to foster trust among teachers, students ,parents and him to make better and effective school.
This is seen by the audience in his numerous collusions with defensive line coach Bill Yoast and players. Both verbally and physically abusive in practices or on the sideline, he commands perfection in exchange for unity in the form of extra practices at longer durations. Usually due to the players continuous self-segregating behavior in living and dining. Yet, his counterpart, coach Yoast is progressive but hesitant in his acceptance of Boone. Considering that he is the all-American coach with preexisting prejudices he has the ability to compromise.
Coaching helps individuals concentrate on the things that make them get stuck and then overcome them. This paper seeks to discuss enormous importance of coaching by analyzing Dr. Gawande’s views. Dr. Gawande is one of the highly educated professionals who decided that he wants a coach because he wants to achieve his objectives in some of the challenging moments. Dr. Gawande believes that only a few individuals can give their best performance without the help of others regardless of their level of training. In addition to
The football team lives and breathes by these four simple concepts of the acronym, without it, we would not be able to grow as a team. The T stands for togetherness meaning as a team working together as one unit to accomplish the team goal of winning. To me togetherness symbolizes a type of family. I love them, trust them, and will do anything for my teammates. When I am on the field I have to be able to trust the man next to me in his
He remained headstrong, stubborn and selfish in his actions, even warranting rebuke from the men on certain occasions. This is seen in the very first conflict that is witnessed on the pages of The Iliad. Agamemnon is faced with the request to give up his war prize, and immediately and indignantly decides against all the council of the army in order to keep his prize of a woman (28). With this decision, he sought his own desires selfishly and disconnected himself from the men he was meant to lead. Granted, he possessed a strong will, a thing very necessary for good leadership.
Why was Coach Boone so hard on the players? Coach Boone was naturally aggressive person, he uses his aggression on the players to help them become the best they can be. Having an equal chance at success between black and white players were essential to make the team compactable. Coach Boone pushed the boys incredibly hard, it was all in his plan to get them to realise that life was not a smooth easy journey, it was tough, and you have to fight for what you want. 5.
Although he is bright and compassionate, he could also be hostile. One time this happened was when he first got his army. Although he treated them with respect, he was also hard on them so he could see if they would step up the game and detect how fast they can become better soldiers (160). Being hostile allowed him get this army in control. If he was nice, then no one will take him seriously and won’t listen to him.
If we don 't come together, right now, on this hallowed ground, we too will be destroyed -- just like they were.” Coach Boone uses pathos to persuade the team to work together. He uses history and others failure to strike enough fear into the team to actually work together and not as two separate teams. He uses the past to help explain the reason why we work together. This is an example of logos. Coach Boone’s ethos is shown from his experience.
13). The importance of leadership as a coach is such a teacher in a classroom, or a General in a war. The coach pushes athletes mentally and physically. A great coach will find ways to reach inside the heart of an athlete and get the very best out of them. They motivate, create opportunities and instill a level of perseverance that will put a team at a high level of
Additionally, the maturity, leadership, communication skills I developed serving as a liaison between coaches, parents, and players will transfer to the RA job benefitting the hall director, other resident assistants, and the students. Additionally, I gained self-confidence. An RA is one who has to be responsible, he can’t consistently ask others how to do something or what to do, instead, he has to rely on himself. By attaining confidence at a young age, I can simultaneously utilize my confidence and strong, successful work ethic to fulfill the RA