Offering corrective feedback is a core skill for all coaches. To do it effectively, you must come at it the right way, says Dr. Kate Riffee of Ohio State Athletics.
When you approach players with the intent of making them better, they’re more likely to hear and accept what you’re saying. If you try to correct behavior by attacking a player on a personal level, they’ll tend to ignore you.
Watch the video to hear Riffee discuss the differences between being critical and being a bully.