Team Meetings Checklist for Coaches
The team formation meeting, also known as the organizational meeting or the first team meeting of the playing season, occurs shortly after players have been assigned to teams. For those clubs who hold tryouts, the meeting is held after tryouts have concluded.
The purposes of the meeting are to:
- Introduce coaches, players, parents, and families to each other,
- Recruit and identify key volunteers to support the team throughout the playing season or the playing year, and
- Outline the coaching approach and team calendar of activities for the season or for the year.
We’ve partnered with top coaches and facilitators around the nation to put together a “Team Meetings Checklist for Youth Sports Coaches” that you’ll want to check out.
This free download has been created specifically with club coaches in mind and covers everything you need to run the most efficient and effective kick-off meeting possible.
If you’re struggling to stay organized this summer, or just want to see how the top coaches plan, then you’ll love this download. In it, you’ll see the 3 key areas for a successful team meetings, including:
- Purpose of the meetings and goals
- Topics and agenda to cover
- Best practices for a successful meeting
Click below and give your program the momentum it needs this season!