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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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The Politics of Coaching: A Survival Guide To Keep Coaches From Getting Burned. USA: Double Nickel Press. You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere, Can Make a Positive Difference. Wooden, . & Jamison, S. (2004). My Personal Best: Life Lessons from an All-American Journey. Champaign, IL, USA: Human Kinetics. 116 Davis, R. (2011). Teaching Disability Sport: A Guide for Physical Educators (2nd e. Successful coaching has been described as the practice of making correct decisions within the constraints of a highly complex social and dynamic environment (Abraham and Collins, 1998). Coaches articulate a purpose and establish unique mechanisms for achieving success. However, the specific function a coach's belief system plays in the overall coaching process has received limited and fragmented theoretical treatment.

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.

Politics have always been a part of youth and high school sports. However, in recent years several new dynamics have developed that have increased the pressure on coaches in every sport. As a result, all across America good people are leaving the coaching profession at an enormously high rate. Carl Pierson uses his two decades of coaching and his political science background to offer real world examples and practical advice on eternally troubling topics like picking teams, playing time, powerful parents, booster clubs, and so many other issues that today’s youth and high school coaches have to contend with. The Politics of Coaching is nothing short of a playbook to help coaches navigate their way through the perilous, stressful world that has become coaching. To learn more visit www.politicsofcoaching.com “Required reading for every aspiring and current head high school coach in the country.” Steve Svendsen-Football Coach Magnolia High School, Texas “Carl says what most people are afraid to say or even admit in the world of coaching. He does a remarkable job in addressing tough situations and answering the difficult questions. When you need help in frustrating situations, you will turn to his book time and again. There will be no unread chapters. I dare you to try and find a book like this out there, it doesn’t exist…until now!” Debra LaPrath – Girls Head Soccer Coach Maria Carrillo High School, Santa Rosa, California Author – Coaching Girls’ Soccer Successfully (Human Kinetics 2009) “Coaches no longer need to be on the defensive. The Politics of Coaching puts coaches in control of relationships with parents, boosters, and administration.” Jeff Jennewein-Boys Basketball Coach West Plains High School, Missouri "This book is a great read, especially for a coach who aspires to run their own program. Regardless of the sport, politics are now a part of the game more than ever. Having this book on the shelf is a must if you want to know the ins and outs of dealing with off the field issues that arise on a daily basis. The Politics of Coaching will make you more prepared and a better coach." Steve Warren-Head Football Coach/Athletic Coordinator Abilene High School, Texas
Cha
This is essentially a combat guide for fighting a war against parents. I've been coaching for 46 years and I believe this approach is counter productive. True, we have some problems in coaching and parent / coach relationships are among them. But, isolating from the parents and regarding them as the enemy is not for me.
Ericaz
I am bi-vocational, meaning that I coach varsity sports but have a job away from school. So I'm in tune with some politics thanks to my other job. Most coaches don't have that experience and so I believe this book is a must for them. Just learning how to keep their athletic director and principal in the loop and never caught of guard is priceless advice.

The concepts are easy to understand and are given plenty of illustrations. If you know a coach that ever said "I have no idea how I lost that job", you've got to get them this book.
VAZGINO
This book is a must read for anyone who thinks they want to get into high school coaching. It is very complete and covers almost every potential political land mine that a coach is likely to come up against. Now you just need to have the stomach to deal with the parents.
Brialelis
Bought this book for Christmas for my husband. Very truthful happenings from a real Coach, who's sharing his experiences through this book. My husband read the entire book in 1 week! We are going to pass this book on to our son, who's also a football and basketball Coach.
Realistic
This is a must read for any high school or club coach. It will help new coaches the most but for veterans, it really emphasizes a lot of what you already know but is a great review of what we all need to be aware of while coaching. Great insights on ways to handle different situations based on real life examples. It will help even the best veteran coaches get through a tough year.
Ferne
I have been the athletic administration business for 35 plus years as both a coach and athletic director. I have seen most of and can relate to all of Carl's chapter headings and specific examples. This is a book worth the time and effort to read and will be a must purchase and read for all of my Head Coaches.
Andronrad
This is a great read for any coach! I loved the fact that the author was from my home state of South Dakota, and described a legendary coach from Mitchell.
This book is an absolute MUST HAVE for anyone coaching, especially the new coach. I wish I had access to this gem 30 years ago. It would have guided me to make better decisions. Time and again, I remembered dealing with the exact situations described in this book. My daughter is getting into teaching and coaching and I will be getting her a copy of this book to keep on her desk/shelf! I am also buying some copies for my coaching friends...that is how much I believe this book can help.
The Politics of Coaching: A Survival Guide To Keep Coaches From Getting Burned ebook
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Carl J. Pierson
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 3/30/11 edition (April 29, 2011)
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