Building a Winning Culture with your Coaching Staff

Michael Bonelli

Currently the owner of Mike Bonelli Hockey Solutions, Bonelli has over 35 years of program building and planning experience for ice hockey. He has coached at every level of hockey and is considered as an expert in youth hockey programming, development, retention, and communication.

Bonelli currently works in advisory roles with some of the best support groups in the business of hockey including USA Hockey, USA Floorball, NHL teams like the NY Rangers, NY Islanders and NJ Devils, The Coaches Site, Power Player assessment program, CoachThem drill and practice software, Edge Boss Hockey training aids.

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"Make sure that not only is there a shared sense of mission, but make sure that it aligns well with the specific role that you envision them filling."
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In episode five of the Directors Club with Mike Bonelli, Mike and his guests discuss ways to recruit great coaches and retain them while building a sustainable, positive, winning culture to organizations.

As we come to the end of one season, directors and administrators must now start the process of preparing for the next one. That includes finding and keeping qualified coaches in the fold, while training and collaborating with them in order to build a successful culture.

Mike is joined by Paul Esdale, Director of Hockey Operations for Community First Igloo in Jacksonville, Florida, and Aaron Wilbur, Founder of The Coaches Site, as the three share their perspectives on what qualities they look for in a great coach.

“Make sure that not only is there a shared sense of mission, but make sure it aligns well with the specific role you envision them filling.”

Watch the FREE video below and make sure to check out the entire Directors Club series!

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