personal & professional mentoring
“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
William Arthur Ward
why is a mentor important?
guidance and accountability
As a young coach I was always in search of more information, innovative ways to improve performance and obtaining a clearer understanding of managing staff and players.
That practical element was priceless, the day to day collaboration in elite sporting environments taught me an incredible amount. However, during this time I always entrusted a mentor, an experienced person within a field I wanted to learn and develop within my own skill set.
That sounding board for guidance, to learn from and someone to hold me accountable to my career vision its why having a mentor is vital.
what can i offer as a mentor?
culture, performance & mindset
Having studied throughout my career in fields such as coaching, sports science and sport psychology I specialise in providing mentoring for coaches and athletes that want to progress or need support. My key areas of expertise lie in coaching, creating a performance culture, performance management and psychology.
My experiences with elite players and coaches over a 15 year career has provided me with a deep understanding of the the professional sporting environment.
what are your options?
I provide two mentoring options that are conducted over zoom that provide you the ability to record the call for future learning reference.
"Scott Miller is an outstanding football person. He has a relevant and contemporary approach to creating and sustaining a High Performance environment, through theoretic and practical learning in the Professional game. I have seen only a few people, who can energise and educate the way Scott can. He is one of the most organised and knowledgeable coaches I have worked with. His knowledge is surpassed only by the enthusiasm and energy he brings, complimenting a strong strategic acumen with an undeniable ability to relate with players and staff respectfully on an emotional level."