6 Tips for a Productive Parent Meeting
You may not be able to control every factor that goes into holding a good meeting, but you can control many. Take any of the tips and agenda items that are relevant to your situation for a successful parent/coach meeting.
1. If possible, reserve a room with enough space for both parents of each player.
2. Give enough notice so that both parents can come—and encourage them to do so.
3. Try not to hold long meetings after practice on school nights.
4. Take individual issues offline—don’t let one parent dominate the introductions or Q&A time with issues specific only to one player.
5. Handle as much paperwork as you can by email to prevent distraction during the meeting. (Plus, the more information you can get digitally, the less typing required.)
6. Use an agenda and type notes for any parents who couldn’t make it or join the team late.
Editor’s Note: Thank you to Kelly Kordes Anton with the Grow the Game Initiative for this story.
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