There are three basic coaching styles:
This coach makes all the decisions without any input from his/her players. This style will help the players to follow orders, but will not help them to develop independent skills and personal qualities.
This coach basically lets the players “run the show”. This is the easiest style to put into practice and is used by coaches who are not very experienced. The players typically enjoy this style of coaching the most. However, the greatest issue with this style is that the athletes will not improve very much due to the lack of direction and training by the coach.
The first priority of the cooperative coach is for the young cricketer to learn in a relaxed, fun environment where they are excited to come and play and practice each session. This coach is learner-centered, and the focus of his/her approach is relative to the stage of development of the individuals and team – physically, psychologically, and technically. His/Her method is inclusive, focused on the needs of the learner and helps them to learn to think for themselves.