Coaching Tip of the Day: be curious, not judgemental

Greg Revak

Greg Revak is a Certified Level 4 USA Hockey Coach. You can find him on Twitter @CoachRevak. or sign up for his Hockey IQ Newsletter.

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What are the best types of questions to ask to get players thinking?
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This is a simple concept with many nuanced layers. We are going to cover learning, reflection, coaching evolutions, and more.

Every coach wants to get better. Yet, figuring out how to get better can be a challenge. That leads to a few questions:

  • What are we missing?
  • What are we not thinking about?
  • What should we focus on?

What we are doing when we ask those questions to ourselves is the golden ticket.

What are the best types of questions to ask to get players thinking . . .

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