The Politics of Coaching: A Survival Guide To Keep Coaches From Getting Burned ebook
by Carl J. Pierson
Carl Pierson holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and a masters degree in Health, Physical Education .
Carl Pierson holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and a masters degree in Health, Physical Education, and Coaching from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He has spent the past two decades coaching various levels of football, baseball, and basketball from fifth grade through the high school varsity level, even coaching for two years at the college level. I have been coaching for 5 years now and can say that I have gone through several of the circumstances discussed in this book.
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We coach because we love the kids and the game more than we hate the constant criticism, Waconia (Minn. girls’s basketball coach Carl Pierson, who wrote a book in 2011 entitled, The Politics of Coaching: A Survival Guide to Keep Coaches from Getting Burned, told the Star Tribune. But there is a tipping point for some coaches. Eventually, they decide the criticism isn’t worth the positives that come with coaching. AD Tom Dasovich told the paper in what was an extremely informative piece on the subject of social media in prep sports.
No matter what, 25 percent of the parents in your program are not happy
No matter what, 25 percent of the parents in your program are not happy. But if that number goes over 50 percent, it’s going to be tough for you to push your agenda. Social media can tip the balance,’’ Pierson said. We coach because we love the kids and the game more than we hate the constant criticism.
In 1926, American sports psychologist Coleman Griffith published his first book entitled The Psychology of Coaching: A Study of Coaching Methods in the Point of View of Psychology. In 1951, John Lawther of Penn State University published Psychology of Coaching. in 1967 Curtiss Gaylord published a book titled Modern Coaching Psychology, the first book to use "coaching psychology" in its title. In 1970, James William Moore published The Psychology of Athletic Coaching.