Chapter 8: Putting it All Together
Congratulations on completing our second workbook, Managing Your Program.
Our goal was to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and tools to help you create and build the operational structure of your program or organization. As a manager, you need a solid structure to operate from AND you also need the skills to manage the people within your organization. While there are many tasks that must be completed within any organization or team, it takes people to complete those tasks. Therefore, your job is to manage the tasks and the people completing those tasks.
This module is designed to help you compile your biggest takeaways from this course, to set some goals, to reflect, and to make some commitments to your growth using some of the information gained through the Managing Your Program educational experience.
We are so grateful you chose to join True North Sports on your coach development journey!We hope the Managing Your Program workbook provided you with the knowledge, skills, and tools to help you implement your vision for your program or organization.
Workbook #1, Managing Yourself, provides you with the framework, tools, ideas, and support to gain clarity around your values, strengths, your life story, and how to better manage your time and develop your own unique coaching philosophy.
In Workbook #3, Managing Your Culture, we will take the next step by taking your philosophy and building a culture that reflects your values.
In Workbook #4, Managing Your Career, (Just added to the series!) we will provide the skills and insights needed to apply and interview for jobs. How to transition from assistant coach to a head coach or if you are currently a head coach, how to transition to a new school or club position.
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Keep Shining Bright Coaches!
Celia Slater and The True North Sports Team