ISA SPORT CONFERENCE
Notes and conference offer.
Positive Parent Conversations
Forty questions for you to share with parents which create high-quality sports parent engagement.
Would you like to shape the conversations your athletes have with their parents?
Imagine the impact on athlete development of you fuelling healthy conversations at home.
By using this resource you will:
- Shape the conversations parents have with their children.
- Support parents to change their conversational habits from being negative and results-orientated to being process-orientated.
- Fuel healthy relationships between parents, child and coach.
- Support your athletes arriving in a better frame of mind to compete and train.
- Make significant financial savings. To purchase 500 copies of Richard book costs £2500. With this resource, you can reach all of your families at a fraction of that cost.
- Questions are reuse-able, this resource will last seasons.
You will also get:
- Richard’s key tools for how to use the questions.
- An online community of coaches using this resource.
- Questions come in JPEG and PDF formats making it easy for you to use.
- Richard’s ongoing support.
Special Conference Offer:
Normal price $599 + VAT
Conference price $299 + vat (£245 + vat)
Notes from Session
Dr Karl Steptoe ‘Athletes bring to the high performance environment the models that they’ve learnt at home.’
Great schools can work with the complexity of parent engagement by building an influencing rapport with parents.
Great schools can work with the complexity of parent engagement by becoming self-aware.
“Learning how to draw on our own story for good without it getting in the way of others development.”
Great Schools can work with the complexity of parent engagement by learning to rumble together.
A rumble is a discussion, conversation, or meeting defined by a commitment to lean into vulnerability, to stay curious and generous, to stick with the messy middle of problem identification and solving, to take a break and circle back when necessary, to be fearless in owning our parts, and, as psychologist Harriet Lerner teaches, to listen with the same passion with which we want to be heard. More than anything else, when someone says, “Let’s rumble,” it cues me to show up with an open heart and mind so we can serve the work and each other, not our egos.” https://brenebrown.com/articles/2019/05/01/lets-rumble/