Workshops for Players, Coaches & Teams
I was an EPL Premiership Youth Development Football Coach at Fulham FC for three years and hold the FA Youth Coach’s Certificate and FA Youth Award Modules 1 & 2, as well as extensive experience coaching and managing teams at semi-professional clubs.
I wish I knew then what I know now!
Check out these 2-hour workshops designed for Players, Coaches and Teams.
Workshops for Players
“The Fear of Failure” - Overcoming Performance Anxiety
Dealing with Pressure - from Self, Peers, Parents and CoachesWorkshop looking at the pressures to perform that come from all and any angle. How to harness this pressure and use it to your advantage. Helping players to help themselves and each other in their development, so the team can benefit too.
The Secrets of Performing with ConfidenceConfidence is all about finding a ‘constant self’, so this workshop looks at how players prepare and practice, their self-image, self-awareness and self-esteem, so they can deal better with managing their adrenalin, overcome stress and inevitable burnout.
CPD Workshops for Coaches
Effective Mentoring for Youth Team Football
This workshop looks at what mentoring is, how to assess where players are at, create a development plan and set goals. It points out the importance of constant reviewing and the ending of the mentoring process.
Working with Footballers with Dyslexia
There is growing evidence that sport is a productive path for many dyslexics. Children who have trouble reading often possess superior visual-spatial understanding. Sport is one area where dyslexics can compete with their classmates on the same level, so as they do well in a sport, the desire to excel grows as they see the benefits to their self-esteem, and subsequently gain the approval of their peers.
This workshop focuses on what dyslexia is, how it affects learning and development, and how coaches can most effectively communicate with young footballers who have dyslexia.
Famous players with dyslexia include Paul Merson, Dennis Bergkamp, Steven Naismith and Sam Allardyce..
“We didn't all grow up like you did”
- The Need for Different Thinking in Coaching
Using methods from Transactional Analysis, this workshop looks at ways in which everyone develops their thinking, feeling and behaviour and how we often work in different and conflicting ways. This highlights the need for new, different thinking in the way we see teams, as well as our work with individuals.
Phone 07970 440441 to Book a Workshop