Eliminating hazing starts with the head football coach, but if high school administrators don’t do their part, hazing incidents will continue to happen.
The head coach at Eastern Illinois University, Adam Cushing, presents a virtual clinic on the process of creating culture.
To understand what you are trying to develop, start at the beginning and define what culture is, how you develop it and how it can produce team excellence.
On this week’s episode of Inside the Headset we speak with Stephen Mackey about the 2Words Character Development program,
This week on Inside the Headset we speak with David Beaty, head coach at the University of Kansas, and Randy Jackson, head coach at North Forney (Texas) HS.
Coach Kevin Doherty shares his philosophy on coordinating Special Teams and simplifying this phase of the game by complementing both offensive and defensive terminology, drills, and techniques.
Brown University has some of the highest academic standards in the country, but head strength and conditioning coach Brandon O’Neall intends to raise the culture in the weight room to an even more elite level.
Teaching and coaching is about so much more than X’s and O’s. Understanding your student-athletes goes hand-in-hand with teaching them how to play the game in your system, and it helps build a consistent culture.
In order to effectively build culture, you have to set clear and decisive expectations. Expectations are program wide and do not only apply to the coaching staff; rather they apply to the whole school – students and educators.