Ugh … the player with a bad attitude. It sounds like a serious sports cliché, but it's true – they are like a dress in the dressing room, in-court exercises and in a game. They can make things difficult for all athletes on the team with their constant troubles.
But believe it or not, you can prevent it – or at least reduce it by setting some rules about the earth to begin with. And it's not hurt to get the parents of the players to participate in this too. It takes a lot of energy to deal with players with a poor attitude but can be reversed and the impact of those on the other team can be significantly reduced.
Here are some tools to deal with problem athletes:
oGuarding Principles for Players and Parents – This is the first thing I would say to a coach – especially if they are running a group in community instead of a school team. I'll do it even if it was a coach that I was training. Organize parent meetings and expect everyone to be there.
During this meeting, you will explain to parents and players how to suppose players and how to play in the field of practice and when playing games. This is a very coach Carter, but it is preached to many modern sports clubs instructions – coaches need to take control of the team immediately.
It is important to lay the foundation for: behavior, expectations, practices, games and role of parents.
oDeal to the player as equality – If you try to respect condescending or worse yet, call a player in front of his friends, you could not get the answer you want. Talk to the player behind the locked door and get them actively involved in the team. Do not talk to them.
oTalk to Team Leaders – If you approach team leaders, they could convince or influence the behavior of players / players with attitude issues. Peer pressure is often the best pressure to put on people.
Give the Player's Responsibility – Take part in the player's influence and turn it into a positive one. Get involved in the majority of the team to try to create a positive interest in what the team is doing. You might be surprised by what they come up with.
oStability – A part of the attitude is to create feedback. Do not let the player see that you influence what they are doing.