Hockey Leadership and Coaching is a book for hockey coaches, focusing on leadership, coaching, communication and building a strong team. But you will also find hockey drills, teambuilding exercises, practical leadership tips and physical training.
You will work with a group of 20-30 young people. We see as a very important that you are able to motivate others, since there are different engagement levels in the group and around the team. You should create “the internal drive/engagement“.
Working hours: Flexible, but usually weekday evenings, early afternoons, weekends with early mornings and full days (to some extent overnight stays are also included), even some “24/7 call service” occur, and that some tasks need of course to be handled during the day, as contacts with the employer.
Financial compensation: 0 €/$/£ (currency is not important, we look for the right candidate)
You have to pay an annual membership fee of 50 €/$/£ and of course the annual fee for your own children who are part of the group or in other groups.
Pay for your profiled work clothes and other work-related personal equipment.
Pay for your trips to and from your work (Frequent flexible travelling within the region, sometimes outside, we see it as an advantage if you have a large car).
…and participate in various events and sales activities (this is required, so you can do your work).
We view education as important and expect you to continuously educate yourself in defined training programs, to some extent at your own expense. You should also practice and participate in the trainings for: prevention of injuries, emergency care and diet counseling as well as the internal meetings (we try to schedule these as much as possible on your vacant evening so that you can participate).
You are responsible for ensuring that you, the group and relatives follow the set values and act on the basis of the developed policy, as the task is to educate future adults, by:
Educating and developing all individuals in the group, starting from their conditions. (Here the requirement picture from relatives may vary and does not necessary relate to attendance and engagement level)
Being responsible, accountable, answer and argue for your training methods, choices, results and decisions, to the group’s relatives and if necessary for the employer. (Here late evening work might occur and we expect you to have your own phone)
You are responsible for ensuring that all activities are well-planned, performed efficiently, with discipline and good organization, which provides opportunities for development for everyone. This requires great flexibility and innovative ability, as the pre-conditions, training attendance, times, engagement levels etc. vary and can be changed with short notice.
You are responsible to ensure that relatives occupy a number of roles (you can of course have double roles) around the team, in work groups internally and with the employer and contribute with their time and commitment according to the employer’s directive.
If this sounds interesting, don’t hesitate, maybe YOU‘RE just the one we’re looking for!?
What is required from a successful hockey coach or a hockey team? How can you as the coach bring your team to the next level on ice, but also see and strengthen each individual in the team? How do you create engagement, work with goal setting, teambuilding, strengthen your players hockey capacity, run efficient on ice practices, reduce collaboration losses, get results and work with your communication and feedback, to develop your team and yourself?
The team development and leadership areas are connected to an easy to use and practical leadership model, strengthened with examples, teambuilding exercises, on and off ice practices and hockey drills for you to use.
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