If you have ever been part of a great coaching staff, you know how remarkable it is. These men you work with become a family. You enjoy being together, and share the highs and lows of your teams and seasons. Each of us supporting the other through thick, and thin. Good relationships are built by…
Q1: How do you define loyalty on your coaching staff?
Q2: What is the expectation for coach to coach working relationships?
Q3: How do you create loyalty to each other on your coaching staff?
Q4: When conflict arises, how is it dealt with (properly) and how do you keep it from impacting kids?
Q5: Who is responsible for staff camaraderie?
Q6: Is there a difference between professionalism and loyalty? Explain.