Maybe you are coaching because your child is on the team. Maybe you’re a teacher and coaching is part of the job description. Perhaps you simply like the sport. Regardless of the reason, you are a coach, and with that position comes great responsibility. At a time when America’s young women are bombarded by confusing messages about who they are and what roles they are expected to play, you have the opportunity to provide direction.
Coach Williams revolutionizes conventional coaching techniques as she demonstrates how proactive coaching can transform girls into confident women, equipped for the challenges that lie ahead. Learn more than just how to win a tournament. Find out how to inspire, motivate and build character in the girls on your team. Be more than just another coach. Embrace your role as a true leader. Make a lasting impact; leave a legacy. Transform a life today.
· It is a great day to be a girl in America, or is it? While this is a time of opportunity, we have a long way to go in building a strong workforce of confident, empowered young women.
· Guess who is positioned to influence these young women? You already know the answer, it is the coach.
· At a time when America's young women are bombarded by confusing messages about who they are and what roles they are expected to play, you have the opportunity to provide direction.
· The techniques you learn in this book will help you win games.
However, through my two decades of coaching and training in youth basketball, I have learned that life coaching is essential for success both on and off the court. I'm not just going to teach you how to coach a winning team. I want to show you how to impact young women for a lifetime.
· Your players look up to you. They listen to you. And you have the opportunity to make a POSITIVE IMPACT on their lives.
Coach R. LaShun Williams travel doing motivational speaking with schools and youth organizations, which has increased since the release of her book, Throw Like A Girl: How Good Coaches Transform Girls Into Successful Women. She wrote the book to make coaches aware of how important their role is as a coach and how they affect the players they coach. She conduct clinics and camps, to develop youth on their fundamental basketball skills. She coach basketball using life coaching techniques to provide the young ladies skills they can use both on and off the basketball court.
Private Development (1 person)
Group Development (2-10 people)
Clinic Development (11-25 people)
Camp Development (26+ people)