Last month, the Jacksonville Jaguars fired executive vice president of football operations and former coach Tom Coughlin. Coughlin won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants, but the NFL players’ union warned free agents from signing with the team due to some of his disciplinary approaches.
So, what makes a good coach? Is it simply the number of games or titles they win? If so, how do we think about coaches who experience success even if their practices harm their players? On today’s Game On, host Alex Brost tackles this question with a little help from Casey Miller of the Positive Coaching Alliance.