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Good teams have good managers and those managers “got good” by developing trust within the team Act Consistently Teams watch their manager’s behavior very closely, and will take note of how you behave. If you behave consistently – ...
In my previous feedback articles I spoke about giving and receiving feedback, both were “action articles”, however this article is more about some of the thinking The thinking behind feedback Request – Why request feedback Unsolicited feedback often ...
In any sporting environment it is imperative that you are able to give feedback, the following piece gives you a quick hit list of how to give feedback. During the research for this feedback series I stumbled across ...
In any sporting environment it is imperative that you are able to take feedback. The following piece gives you a quick hit list of how to take feedback whilst maintaining your “cool”, especially as FEEDBACK  can be incredibly ...
You’ve hurt someone – do you know how to repair things: Here’s one methodology : Own your role: communicate that you understand how you hurt them. Focus solely on them, not your own feelings. By owning your role, ...
We have a tendency to get too complicated when deciding how to achieve short term objectives – here are some ideas Break outcome objectives down into actions and a time span “I want to win so what can ...
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Feedback can be very onerous for both parties so do it carefully – here are some ideas: Be empathic – identify with them and what they are feeling Provide choices of solutions to correct problems so that it ...
Great coaches coach ‘knowledge-of’ the game and they coach ‘knowledge-in’ the game. What’s the difference between the two? ‘Knowledge-of’ the game refers to task-specific expertise – procedural knowledge ‘stored’ in long term memory visually and/or verbally. This can ...
The world’s greatest coaches use teaching techniques in their coaching to help players engage, learn, and perform… Here’s some details some fantastic teaching techniques that all coaches can use Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction Within this framework are lots of ...
In a video below Burnley manager Vincent Kompany is coaching one of his centre backs. Below is a model of learning accompanied by some teaching techniques that could be used by Kompany to better help this player learn ...
Much of an executive’s workday is spent asking others for information—requesting status updates from a team leader, for example, or questioning a counterpart in a tense negotiation. Yet unlike professionals such as litigators, journalists, and doctors, who are ...
Know your players! The Blind Side - Football Practice Scene, Aimersoft | What Makes a Good Sport Coach? | ...
Key areas to focus on when coaching: Fun Inclusion Learning Development Challenge Enthusiasm Respect Community Equity Teamwork ...
Simple Coach-to-Player Communication Tips: Don’t interrupt Don’t waffle Don’t treat the conversation like a competition Don’t end on a negative Keep it short Build a relationship Talk to them about NON-school subjects Let them tell you about THEIR ...
Choosing the right words can engage and motivate players, just as the wrong words will turn them off. ...

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