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Goal Setting: Common Problems Seen in the Team Context

Setting Goals is possibly one of the truly underrated activities a team can ever look to take part in. Goal setting helps with a wide range of issues within an individual and a team’s development. Setting Goals however is a little more complicated than many of us give it credit for.

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Effort Gets Reward

As a coach one of the most important ideas you need to sell to every member of your team is Effort Gets Reward. When working with players trying to improve how your team’s work ethic and the type of “regular” input you need in order to achieve is of constant focus.

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Process Goals vs. Outcome Goals

As a coach, Setting Goals is one of the core aspects of player management, motivation and focus that is of high priority. Having the right process goal, for the right individual, at the right time however needs some practice in achieving the right outcome.

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Player’s Individual Goal Setting

As a coach, team and individual goal setting has become one of the more common phrases thrown around the discussion table when discussion planning, performance and outcomes. Linking players to goals they need to perform at their best has become standard practice for many coaches within their teams and can be broken down further to individual goals.

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Strategic Planning


Strategic planning can be a very vital part of your programs success now and into the future. Strategic planning at its most rudimentary means planning for the near future, three to five years into the future to be specific.


You may have only ever heard of strategic planning in business context.

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