“Tell me and I will forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I will learn!”
Besides an increased sense of ownership, the strengthening of the player-coach-relation is a crucial factor in order to create an increased understanding between a coach and his player. In the end, it is of absolute importance in order to accelerate talent development. With eye4TALENT’s tools, the player-coach-relationship is strengthened when the coach and player collaborates on analyzing the players performance. When a player has analyzed himself, at the same time he has gathered statistics and video clips on every action the player has registered while watching the recorded match. After this, it is very important that the coach give feedback to the player. This is done by watching, commenting on actions and stating that you have watched the player’s video clips. All this is part of “giving feedback to players” in The Talent Bank. It enables, that the ambitious talent can evaluate, follow and reflect on his own development. Anywhere, anytime.
In the video below, you will learn the following:
- How to watch video clips, a player has created
- How to give feedback on the actions, in which the player has analyzed himself
This is how to do it:
(Tip: If you have received an e-mail with a link to your players video clips you may skip step 1, 2 and 3)
- Log in with your account
- Go to “Profiles” in the top menu
- Click on the players profile on the list
- Click on the tab “Match Reports”
- Click on the relevant match report (the match where your player has been analyzing)
- Mark the skills under “Summary”, that you wish to give feedback on (you can also choose “all” at the top)
- Press “Refresh” – under “Log Incidents” you will now see the video clips, that are related to the marked skills
- Press “Play”
Now, a window pops up. This window is called ”Video Play List” and has a video player on the left side and a list with all your marked video clips on the right side.
Tip: All changes are saved after every single change you make
- Press on a video clip on the right side, watch the video clip
- Press the comments-icon and a new window will open
- Read existing comments and/or write your own
- Click “Update” and the window closes. The video clip now contains and “i”-icon. This means, that there is now a comment on this video clip
- By marking the box below “Audit” on the right side of a video clip, you state that you have seen and approved the specific video clip.
Tip: Remember to mark the box below “Audit”. This way you can search for the video clips that you, as a coach, has approved as rightfully showing the specific skill related to the video clip. That way you can always find older video clips in The Talent Bank, simply by searching the specific skill, and then compare them to other matches, player profiles and team profiles.
- Click on the next video clip to continue giving feedback
The skill chosen for the specific video clip is not correct?
In that case, you can change the “Skill” by pressing “Edit” on the specific video clip. A new window opens. Here you can write/search for the correct skill in the text box next to “Skill”. Click on the skill as it shows up beneath the text field. Click “Update”.
After this, you can explain to player why the skill was marked wrongfully. You do this in a comment to the related video clip.
- When you have finished giving feedback on all the video clips you wish to, then press “Close”. All of your actions have been saved automatically.
Now, you return to the page “Match Reports” under the menu “Player Profiles”.
- Press “Refresh”. Now, all the marked video clips appears beneath “Log Incidents”
As of now, the player can read all of your comments and so forth if he:
- Logs into his account and clicks “Match Reports”
- Finds and presses the arrow-icon on the left side of the relevant match’s column
- Marks All skills
- Presses “Refresh”
- Marks relevant video clips
- Presses “Play”
Now the window with the video player and video clips pops up and the player can watch them as well as comment.