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Checklist

These steps will help you become a remote coach­ing pro.

  1. Set expec­ta­tions with your team for how they can get in touch, when you’ll be avail­able and what you’re going to talk about.
  2. Find the right com­mu­ni­ca­tion tool(s) to help your team work remotely. 
  3. Let your play­ers know their emo­tion­al well-being is your first pri­or­i­ty and encour­age them to take the time they need to rest and recover. 
  4. Take time to cel­e­brate your play­ers, whether that’s through a vir­tu­al team event or indi­vid­ual recognition.
  5. Give your team the resources to stay active with at-home work­outs and fun challenges.
  6. Assign scout­ing and per­for­mance review home­work that helps devel­op their game IQ.
  7. Create indi­vid­ual devel­op­ment plans for every athlete.
  8. Revisit your program’s mis­sion, vision, val­ues and culture.
  9. Dust off (or cre­ate) your team’s social media accounts. 
  10. Join an online group to net­work with oth­er coaches.
  11. Level up your skills with Hudl train­ing and free online learning.
  12. Clean up your Hudl account by delet­ing old video, tag­ging your play­ers and updat­ing details.