Conflict between athletes happens. Common issues are a missed play, a misunderstanding, playing time, unfair call during a game, or a situation where one athlete feels like they can’t talk to their coach or their team mate.
We’re here to help you guide through the process of resolving conflict.
According to our Director of Client Success, Ashley Olson, “Conflict resolution is all about mending team relationships. At the root of most conflicts, even among peers, is a relationship that has become broken or damaged. To resolve the conflict at hand, you must help restore the relationship.” Creating an improved team culture is our jam.
In our practical and easy-to-understand guide you’ll get the following:
- Overview of our two step process
- Step 1: Connection
- Step 2: Communication
- Three exercises that help athletes understand that they are stronger together than they are as individuals.