FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

1What is CPAS?
A scientifically sound algorithm that exams the success metrics of applicants for head coaching and assistant coaching positions.
2What coaches are in CPAS?
Coaches from the college and professional level.
3How many coaches are in the CPAS database?
Currently, CPAS has over 1600 coaches in the database.
4How do I update my profile if I’m already in the database?
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5How do you get your name added to our database?
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6What other tools are being used to match coaches with teams?

By utilizing a “mixed-method” approach, we’re able to establish a quantitative score for coaching candidates based on the use of our Coaching Performance Assessment System (CPAS) along with developing a qualitative sociological assessment score. The questions of the assessment are based on the experiences, reflections, and narratives of coaches and executives interviewed for this study and who have achieved championship-caliber success in the National Football League.

7What is quantitative analysis?
Our Quantitative methods emphasize objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through collecting and analyzing numerical data. It can be used to find patterns and averages, make predictions, test causal relationships, and generalize results to wider populations.
8What is qualitative analysis
Qualitative research involves collecting and analyzing non-numerical data (e.g., text, video, or audio) to understand concepts, opinions, or experiences. It can be used to gather in-depth insights into a problem or generate new ideas for research.For the purpose of this report, 22 individuals at all levels of coaching were interviewed via video or phone call for their insight on the hiring practicing of coaches.
9Why should I use CPAS to find a coach

The Coaching Performance Assessment System (CPAS) is unique because we utilize a qualitative and quantitative approach when analyzing coaching candidates across the US. Most search firms have only a few coaches to refer, usually five to ten, to choose from. Moreover, when you use today’s search firms, you are limited to a select few coaches who are chosen by the “good ole boy” network. CPAS is different. All coaches in our network are always reviewed; they do not work for CPAS. Because they are independent, we can offer you unprecedented selection in finding you the best possible coach for your goals, background, and budget. And because finding the right coach is so critical to your ultimate success, using CPAS gives you the best chance of achieving your goals, whatever they may be.

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