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End of season review & self reflection: What questions & processes do you go through?

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  • PaulT

    its the end of the season meaning time to review all the coaching from the season. I'll be going through a review of the season looking at

    Did we achieve what we set out to at the start if the seasom?

    What did we deliver?

    Why did we deliver it?

    How did we deliver it?

    What feedback did we get from players & parents

    Peer feedback 

    How did our work align with the club philosophy & way of working

    What do we want to do as a team of coaches next year and what will our core principles & ways of working be.

    What questions and processes do everybody else go through at the end of the season? What questions do you and your fellow coaches ask yourself?

  • Wendyrussell

    One I pose is 

    feeding forwards- what is something you would like to do or like to try out and how can we as other coaches or club help. Supporting coaches to push forward and not be scared of trying new things and ideas. 

  • ps.rhodes1

    Very interesting discussion. I do struggle with macro cycle review as the season is always far more dynamic than I ever am able to plan for. 

    I do try very hard to reflect & adapt during contact time (coaching sessions, match day support etc), post session and then after a short series of sessions (meso cycle). I have found this far more useful than waiting until the end of my programme. 

    I try very hard to get honest and open input from player and try to empower them in the review and goalsetting process. On occassion getting feedback can like getting blood from a stone though. 

  • PaulT

    Cheers Phillip, I agree that reflecting and recieving feeback on an ongoing process is important but how do we evalute this at the end of the season to make sure we don't revert to planning the same programmes.

    How do you translate ongoing feedback into an overall review to give you a whole picture to evaluate?

     

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