I think two main factors influence your coaching: 1.) your experience, and 2.) your personality.
If you are regularly going to clinics, listening to lectures and reading books, this can all help with improvement and growth. But nothing can take the place of actual coaching experience.
Whenever one of you aspiring coaches email me to ask for my advice, I always say, you to coach to get better. It doesn’t matter what level, whether it’s coaching AAU, camps or young children. It’s just as important for you to practice coaching as much as it is for players to practice for hours on end. Before playing in games, players improve in team practices or on their own. For us coaches, the game is our practice. That is what’s real for us. You can’t just teach a gym full of robots to get practice, so to gain experience, you must coach.