Change, Keeping Together and What Now for Coaches? – Bo Hanson [Webinar]


Let’s focus on what coaches need to know now about how to effectively deal with what’s going on. This is not a ‘nice to know’ topic, it is a must know. How you help your student athletes at this time is life defining. Dealing with change at the best of times, is challenging for most people. As an old saying goes ‘People often don’t resist change, they resist being changed.’ Right now, we are all subjected to being changed from factors which are outside of our control. 

In this Webinar, the goal is to share with you the most important models of change management that you as coaches need to know.

  • Understanding the emotions of change, the stages of change, and the concerns people have when confronted by change are what we will cover. 
  • We will discuss how to apply this to your team and how to recognize where your student athletes are positioned within the models so you can best support them. 
  • We will also focus on practical strategies you can take now to keep your team together, not to just survive but to thrive. Make the most of this time to emerge even stronger and prepared for the next opportunities to practice and compete again.

About Bo Hanson

4x Olympian, 3x Olympic Medalist & Performance Consultant at Athlete Assessments

You may recall our webinar presenter Bo Hanson, from previous ITA Convention keynote and workshop sessions, and we are pleased to have him returning to you via this upcoming session. Bo has been working within sport and the business sector for over 20 years, delivering leadership, management, and coach development. In addition to his own athletic career, comprising of four Olympics and including three Olympic medals, he has worked for many years with coaches and athletes from over 40 different sports, and various countries. His ability to improve coaching strategies and performance with clients has resulted in over 18 National Championships, Olympic medals and Pro team Premierships. Long-standing working relationships and consistent high-quality feedback from his clients is testimony to his ability to understand, connect, design, and deliver exceptional work.

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