A survey shows that one of the #1 challenges that coaches face today is dealing with parents. Learn to deal successfully with parents so that you can get back to coaching. This is your proactive guide to spending less time reacting to criticism, responding to parent emails and looking over your shoulder and more time doing what you love. Coaching.
Get back to your passion and stop dealing with parents.
“With the help of several industry experts, including David Jacobson (Positive Coaching Alliance), Chris Hickey (Institute for Sports Coaching), Janis Meredith (Sports Parenting) and Daryl Weber (elite high school coach), I’ve put together a package that will change your coaching career, renew your passion and help you stop focusing on parents and start focusing on winning championships.”
Jim Harshaw, former Division I Head Wrestling Coach at Slippery Rock University
A 47 page guide delivered instantly
in downloadable pdf format with 11 strategies and 10 tactics
for dealing effectively with sports parents.
“I wish I had read this ten years ago. This book is practical as well as philosophical. Great stuff.”
Phil Cronin, Football Coach at Chantilly High School
“Jim, I read the book and loved it!! I love the approach of taking ownership of what is not working along with helping to explain a way to communicate and educate!!”
William Evans, head wrestling coach, Chartiers Valley High School
“Few things can present a bigger challenge for a coach than dealing with the parents of an athlete. Jim Harshaw’s “How to Deal with Sports Parents” is an outstanding resource and a must read for coaches of all levels, regardless of the sport.”
Gar Bercury, Track and Cross Country Coach, Seneca Valley High School