John Morrison

John Morrison – How to get players to buy in

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In his column this week, John Morrison reveals the four steps to gaining a meaningful connection with players.

Morrison explains the steps as responses which the manager must gain fron the player.

“Players will develop to the better if their manager/coach interaction produces these four responses in the player.

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“(a) Delight – The player is happy with and delight by the interaction.

“(b) Trust – As experiences continue to be delightful, trust is formed between leader and player.

“(c) Flow – Continued interations flow with littl effort.

“(d) Connection – A meaningful bond is built. The player has bought in.”

Morrison goes on to exlain four ways to gain those responses from a team.

Find out what they are in the current issue of Gaelic Life which you can buy in newsagents, or get the online edition here

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