Join the Conversation about the ‘Tough Stuff’ of Being a Head Coach

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Join us on Tuesday, May 18 from 3-4:30pm EST / 8-9:30pm UK for an interactive conversation about hard truths about being a head coach.

We are using Cody Royle’s groundbreaking new book as inspiration: ‘The Tough Stuff, Seven Hard Truths About Being a Head Coach’.

We will discuss:

  • The hardest parts of being a head coach
  • Strategies for optimal performance in coaching
  • Personal stories of failure and success

This is an interactive format for coaches of any sport. It’s perfect for head coaches and anyone who aspires to be a head coach, hires head coaches, or plays for a head coach.

Panel includes:

Hosted by, TJ Manastersky, Head Coach, Curry College, NCAA Ice-Hockey

Jamion Christian – Head Coach, The George Washington University, NCAA Men’s Basketball

Sarah Raymond – Head Coach, Williams College, NCAA Women’s Soccer

Dan Ryan – Head Coach, Leeds Rhinos, Superleague Netball

Danial Puckhaber – Head Coach, St. Lawrence University, NCAA Football

Wes Wolfe – Head Coach, Cobourg Cougars, OJHL Ice-Hockey

For an overview on this topic please read Cody Royle’s book, “The Tough Stuff – Seven Hard Truths About Being a Head Coach”.

We hope to see you there!

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