Fascinating chat given by Argentine Coach Daniel Hourcade.
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A detailed look at what great coaching looks like through the eyes of the participant
Great coaching is all about putting people first. Whether the participant or the person coaching them, being able to understand and connect with them is essential to creating an environment in which they can thrive. Listening to the wants and needs of people is key to creating the experiences they want from coaching.
We asked a wide range of participants to help us understand what great coaching looks like to them. They consistently described the behaviours of the person who was or would be coaching them in favour of highlighting the specific knowledge or skills they might hold.Behaviours are what people see. By defining coaching through behaviours, we are able to present clearly what great coaching looks like through the eyes of the participant. Behaviours also provide a connection to the knowledge and skills required to help enhance a person’s experience or performance.
What are Great Coaching Behaviours?
A behaviour is defined as:
The way in which someone acts or conducts their self, especially towards others or in response to a situation or stimulus.
This is more than purely a person’s ability to do something (Competency), it also involves the what, how and why they do the thing they do.
Although people often use different words to describe what great coaching looks like to them, they do refer to one or more of the same 10 Great Coaching Behaviours:
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One of the biggest problems in Amateur Sports is how to do a periodization program according to the needs of the players.
Numerous studies have highlighted differences between playing levels and positions in rugby union; however, few studies have investigated longitudinal progressions of body composition and physical performance. Between-player differences and within-player changes in body composition, strength, power, speed, and repeated sprint ability.
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