Looking for an easy and effective way to clearly communicate character to your team? This is it!

 

This years curriculum from Character Matters, will empower you to execute a "Theme of the Week" during your season. This outstanding resource will:

  • Provide a Game Plan to develop character.
  • Help you coach with a greater purpose.
  • Establish a character culture
  • Fit into your schedule.
  • Tranform the lives of your players.

 

This package includes:

  • Full color posters
  • PowerPoints
  • Hang-ups
  • Handouts
  • Certificates
  • Evaluations





What is your Character Game Plan! Download our Character Matters FINISH STRONG Curriculum Flyer and start coaching character, today!

FINISH STRONG Character Curriculum 2020-21
One of the best resources in the country to clearly communicate character to your team.
FINISH STRONG TEAM flyer.pdf
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Executing your Theme of the Week
Key steps to execute your Theme of the Week using our Character Matters Curriculum. Are you doing these five?
p15 Execute Theme of the Week.pdf
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What you get as a CM Team
Details on the game plan and resources you get when you Become a Character Matters Team.
What you get as a CMTeam.docx
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What coaches are saying about the Character Matters Curriculum

“I have been dreaming for something like this for years that I can share with my team. This was the missing piece to my coaching. Each year we just get better implementing it. It is a HUGE part of what we do and why I coach.”

Matt Morgan, Head Football Coach, PA

 

“I have really grown to appreciate and rely on the Character Matters Curriculum in my day to day activities as a basketball coach and teacher. The curriculum has helped me to personally focus on always being a “man of character”. It has also helped me develop easy words and phrases that my players understand. Because of this, I have found that I have a more positive tone when trying to motivate them. I also have noticed that they understanding the words to motivate each other. Overall, it has just helped me to be a better basketball coach.” 
Greg Haagsma, Head Boys Basketball Coach, Valley Christian HS, AZ