Optional vs Mandatory

Jun 29, 2021

Summer workouts are here, and so are social media posts from coaches about how just as summer workout are optional, so is their decision to give their players playing time. This is an internal struggle many programs face, and the desire from coaches to get their players to want to attend training comes from a good place. However, there may be a better way. Adam is joined by Northeast Regional Coach Aseem Rastogi to discuss this trend and what coaches can do about it. Learn more about Aseem’s leadership coaching here – https://leademup.com/live-training/aseem-rastogi/. You can also follow him on Twitter – @Rastogi_Aseem.

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