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Chris Chapman
Young people Talent and Performance Rapport Building and Communicating Safety and Welfare

Arranging Parents' Meetings

What does an ‘ideal’ parents' meeting look like? Gordon MacLelland from Working With Parents in Sport joins Chris Chapman for the final time, to discuss parents' meetings.

Gordon highlights that a successful parents' meeting is about more than just updating them on their child’s progress, it can lay the foundations for an enjoyable, successful season or year. It’s never an easy thing, to stand in front of a group of parents; yet it is an important part of your development as a coach, which helps you focus and grow. Gordon discusses the key aspects of a parents' meeting, and ideas for how you can get these across.

Related Resources

  • Checklist for Emotional Regulation

  • Building Positive Relationships with Parents

  • Support and Advice for Parents in Sport


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