How can I be a better coach?
No matter where you are as a coach – head or assistant, just starting out or in the prime of your career – you know you need to keep getting better or you’ll be left behind.
Here’s how it works: When you get better, the players get better, you’ll win more and time opens up.
In short when you, the coach, get better lots of things – important things – get better.
You’re smart enough to know that getting better is about a lot more than just the X’s and O’s. It’s more than new workouts, new motivational nuggets and even new technology. Yes, that’s all important. But it’s not enough.
After you’ve bought all the DVD’s, looked all over You Tube, rehashed with your buddies, studied every possible set of clinic notes, viewed game film the umpteenth time, dusted off and reviewed all your coaching manuals, picked every brain you can find . . .
. . . and you still have questions and the same old problems continue to rear their heads, I can help.
One-on-One Coaching for Coaches
Too often, talented coaches lose their love of the game or get stuck in their career because they don’t have the professional support they need. When coaches don’t reach their potential, not only do they suffer, but so do their players, their teams and their programs. Ultimately, the Game suffers.
I want to stop this cycle.
I believe that coaches who want to become better should have the same access to one-on-one expert help that great players and CEO’s in business have.
Business executives have worked with private coaches for years to help them lead and run their businesses more effectively. Athletes at all levels today engage private coaches to help them become better.
So should elite coaches and those who aspire to be elite coaches!
Wouldn’t it be great to know there’s someone you trust and can confide in with all your questions and concerns? Someone you can turn to regularly? Someone who will help you set and meet your goals and objectives? Someone who’s as committed as you are to reaching your potential as a coach? Someone who knows the score, has seen it all, and understands coaching – and the Game – at all levels?
That’s where I come in. When you work with me, you’ll get perspective on your situation, accountability for the steps you need to take, a sounding board for those conversations you just can’t have with anyone else, and a knowledgeable guide to help you achieve your goals.
“Jim Burson is a remarkable teacher and coach.” – Jay Bilas, ESPN basketball analyst