The National Council of Youth Sports reports that almost 40 million American children and teens play competitive sports these days – and many of their parents are right there beside them, attending practices and games, providing transportation to events and providing the funds for the many athletic programs.
As a coach, you will naturally want to build strong relationships with your players. At the same time, though, you cannot succeed in that regard without the support of the parents. You’ve probably heard or read many horror stories about parents who have exhibited volatile and rude behavior at their child’s sporting event.
Luckily there are a number of things that you can do to prevent many of the negative, explosive situations you might encounter as a coach and we’ve taken care to outline them in this special report.
When you combine a great sport with a caring, trained coach and encouraging, loving parents, you’ll get an unbeatable combination for kids!
This report will show you how to establish a clear line of communication between yourself and the parents so that future problems can be avoided!