Hockey Leadership And Coaching

Author: Jukka Aro
Editor: BoD - Books on Demand
ISBN: 9178514398
File Size: 37,86 MB
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What is required from a successful hockey coach or a hockey team? How can you as the coach bring your team to the next level on ice, but also see and strengthen each individual in the team? How do you create engagement, work with goal setting, teambuilding, strengthen your players hockey capacity, run efficient on ice practices, reduce collaboration losses, get results and work with your communication and feedback, to develop your team and yourself? The team development and leadership areas are connected to an easy to use and practical leadership model, strengthened with examples, teambuilding exercises, on and off ice practices and hockey drills for you to use. Is it possible to predict whether a hockey player, hockey team or a hockey coach will be successful? I say it is, and luck has nothing to do with it!

Hockey Leadership

Author: Coachwise NCF.
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The Parent S Guide To Coaching Hockey

Author: Richard Zulewski
Editor: Betterway Publications
ISBN: 9781558703087
File Size: 10,30 MB
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Each of these well-illustrated handbooks serves as the perfect step-by-step introductory primer for parents and coaches. Written in an easy, conversational style, these books cover all the basic skill-building techniques, rules of the game and proper equipment for each sport. Special attention is to developing a child's confidence and self-esteem.

Multidimensional Hockey Drills And Training

Author: Jukka Aro
Editor: BoD - Books on Demand
ISBN: 9178513839
File Size: 39,11 MB
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How should a modern hockey drill and practice look like? How much does the console games affect your players and in what way, something negative or is it an opportunity? What can we hockey coaches learn from the world of console games? These are questions that are handled in the book and transferred as practical examples to hockey drills! Personally, I am not a big fan of console games, even if it can sometimes, surely be perceived that way in the book. For example, I would prefer that my own children were more physically active than they are right now! Probably I'm not alone about that idea? But I try to understand, see the possibilities, and handle the new challenges, as a parent and coach and share these lessons, connections, development and opportunities for you as a hockey coach and, or parent. How do you change a one dimensional hockey drill to a modern multidimensional hockey drill? Or what components are needed in a modern skill developing hockey drill? Learnings from console games are transferred in practice to your on ice drills and off-ice practices, with over 200 hockey drills in the end.

Leadership Coaching

Author: Graham Lee
Editor: CIPD Publishing
ISBN: 9780852929964
File Size: 78,85 MB
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Use psychological and practical coaching techniques to develop effective leaders

The Wandering Leader

Author: David Small
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491723556
File Size: 22,98 MB
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Leadership isn’t about being perfect; it’s about getting things done. In The Wandering Leader, author David Small, an ice hockey coach who has traveled the world, presents his views about being a leader and a man by growing the most important part of your leadership persona—yourself. The Wandering Leader seeks to help you determine how to dream, give you a road map to accomplish your dreams, and supply the courage to keep taking steps forward once that road map has been blown out the window. To guide you in unleashing the great promise inside of you and make you an amazing leader, it discusses seven different areas of your life: career, finances, social, physical, spiritual, intellectual, and family. But most importantly, it focuses on you and what you have to offer. The Wandering Leader is not a typical book on leadership. Using personal examples from a wide range of people—such as military officers, construction workers, and economics specialists—it shows that you can be a leader in many areas of your life—in friendships, business, and family. It’s not about your job or role; it’s about your character and heart, helping you to pick yourself up after you’ve been kicked in the teeth. “Deeply motivated by your astute truth, I have conquered some of my most difficult obstacles and have you to thank.” —Mitch Labreche, helicopter pilot, former BCHL Player

Hockey Coaching

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Editor: Macmillan Reference USA
ISBN:
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Demonstrates how to teach young players the fundamentals of hockey, explains strategies, and recommends exercises and drills

Simply The Best

Author: Mike Johnston
Editor: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781894974370
File Size: 60,41 MB
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Simply the Best delivers rare insights on success straight from the hearts and minds of Stanley Cup winning coaches Scotty Bowman, Mark Crawford, Jacques Demers, Ken Hitchcock, and Mike Keenan. The book also features NHL and Olympic coaches Clare Drake, Dave King, George Kingston, Andy Murray, Roger Neilson, Pat Quinn, and Brian Sutter. Recognized as the greatest coaches in the game, these 'elite 12' openly discuss in their own words strategies that have made them successful. Coaching wisdom, as never before published, flows from the pages of this remarkable book.These world-renowned hockey visionaries take readers into the players' dressing room and onto the ice and explain what it takes to be a champion at hockey. But, as readers will see, these mastered principles of coaching success are also relevant 'off-ice' so that people in all walks of life, from managers to moms, can win their own Stanley Cups. The 12 coaches in Simply the Best have spent a lifetime in the pursuit of understanding how to win. Now so will you!

Coaching Hockey

Author: Gerald A. Walford
Editor: Masters Press
ISBN:
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The best guide to hockey ever published! "Coaching Hockey" is an invaluable resource for all coaches and students of hockey who want to broaded their knowledge of one of the fastest-growing and most intense sports played today. Motivation techniques, strategies, tips for skill development--everything you need to help your team maximize its success on the ice is here in one complete volume.

The Hockey Coach S Manual

Author: Michael A. Smith
Editor: Willowdale, Ont. : Firefly Books
ISBN: 9781552091838
File Size: 20,19 MB
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The HOCKEY COACHES MANUAL presents a winning formula for the hockey season. Complete with step-by-step diagrams, it helps coaches set up a season-long program of training.

The Hockey Coaching Bible

Author: Joseph Bertagna
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492585262
File Size: 69,29 MB
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Featuring the insights, strategies, and experiences of the sport’s top coaches, The Hockey Coaching Bible sets a new standard for those who teach the game, develop the players, and dominate the ice. Whether head coach or assistant, at the youth level or professional, you will find a wealth of information to improve performance and strengthen your program. You’ll go inside the game with 16 of hockey’s most respected teachers: • Joe Bertagna • Bill Cleary • Tom Anastos • Guy Gadowsky • Mike Schafer • Marty Palma • Hal Tearse • Mike Cavanaugh • Jack Parker • Rick Comley • Mark Dennehy • Ben Smith • E.J. McGuire • George Gwozdecky • Nate Leaman • Mike Eaves Every facet of coaching is covered. The book features the most effective drills for developing players at each position and in-game strategies for various game situations, including offensive, defensive, and neutral-zone play and power plays and penalty kills. In addition to on-ice Xs and Os, you’ll find sage advice for building a program from the ground up, furthering your professional development as a coach, and gaining community and parental support for projecting a positive image and earning the respect of your players and supporters. Never has there been a more comprehensive coaching resource on the game. With The Hockey Coaching Bible, you’ll build your program into a powerhouse.

Hockey For The Coach The Player And The Fan

Author: Fred Shero
Editor: New York : Simon and Schuster
ISBN:
File Size: 66,34 MB
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Illustrates technical aspects of strategy and technique applicable to both field and ice hockey, instructs players on effective responses to a variety of playing situations, and presents effective drills, exercises, and conditioning programs

Roller Hockey

Author: Greg Siller
Editor: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN: 9781570281181
File Size: 50,70 MB
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Demonstrates fundamental and advanced techniques, discusses rules, strategies, and equipment, and recommends practice drills

Usa Hockey Coaching Education Program

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File Size: 39,65 MB
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Sessional Papers

Author: Ontario
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File Size: 24,18 MB
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Report

Author: Ontario. Dept. of Public Welfare
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File Size: 63,23 MB
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Cahper Journal

Author: Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation
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ISBN:
File Size: 27,74 MB
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Complete Hockey Instruction

Author: Dave Chambers
Editor: McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
ISBN: 9780809235117
File Size: 10,54 MB
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Packed with illustrations, this practical manual shows the way to winning hockey for both players and coaches at all levels.