Catching up: Jeff Osterman, USF

About every two weeks Coach Osterman pops up in our inboxes with his Overtime Basketball Newsletter. A great way to make the most of your coffee break or lunch break, send a quick email to osterman@usf.edu to sign up! The Coaching Assist interviewed Coach Osterman just over a year ago and you can read the post HERE. […]

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Catching Up #4: John Motherwell Head Coach at Finlandia University

John Motherwell (Coach Mo) is in his first year as the Head Coach at Finlandia University. Coach Mo has a wealth of coaching experience including stops at Valparaiso University,  The University of Minnesota, Detroit Mercy, West Florida, The University of Milwaukee, Minnesota State-Morehead, North Dakota, Concordia St. Paul and St. Scholastica. Coach Mo is an […]

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Professional Development: More From A Step Up 2017

Professional Development: Golden Nuggets from A STEP UP A Step Up 2017 was overwhelmingly insightful in terms of all that a young coach could learn. For our third Professional Development post we wanted to share some reminders and new “golden nuggets” from the symposium. Thanks to all of the presenters for contributing!  ATL Dream Practice: […]

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Professional Development: Khadija J. Head

Professional Development: Khadija J. Head When Coach Head started her coaching career in 2005, she began her own website, http://www.headcoachhead.com, which has evolved as she’s matured and grown as a coach. Her mission is to help college coaches take their careers off of autopilot and gain control. Early in her career, she felt defined by […]

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Professional Development: Pro Scout School – Quick Hitter Take Aways

On July 10th and 11th I (Megan) attended TPG Sport’s Pro Scout School in Las Vegas. It was an incredible event with current and former NBA scouts, executives, coaches and trainers sharing their knowledge on the game and the league. From international scouting to salary cap information and elite player development it was a great […]

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Book Review: Death by Meeting

Death by Meeting by Patrick Lencioni “Bad meetings exact a toll on the human beings who must endure them, and this goes far beyond mere momentary dissatisfaction. Bad meetings, and what they indicate and provoke in an organization, generate real human suffering in the form of anger, lethargy, and cynicism. And while this certainly has […]

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