This year the Scottish FA is launching “Creating a Performance Environment”, a course run over five separate days throughout the season aimed at educating coaches how to positively guide their team through the ups and downs of a season.

The course will cover ten modules ranging from Coach/Athlete Relationship to Leadership and will be conducted at Hampden Park.

During the course you can expect the following objectives:

- Setting and working towards your goals and following a workable path to achieve.

- Evaluating how your organisation and preparation can support and develop routines essential to reaching potential.

- Understanding your preferred approaches and how others see you; develop strategies to work smarter.

- Maximising your biggest asset (you) in developing relationships.

- Understanding what motivates you and your players; how do you align these to their values for the benefit of the team and a performance improvement.

- Creating a motivational climate within your club. Understanding and a develop communication style and how this can assist in conflict resolution and getting the most out of your players.

- Developing and managing your state (and your players) confidence, calmness and dealing with stress/anxiety.

- Knowing your role in teams, as a leader, or a supporter and the communication skills needed to achieve this.

The course dates are:
Friday 28th August 2015
Friday 16th October 2015
Friday 27th Noveember 2015
Friday 5th February 2016
Friday 6th May 2016

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