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Simon Nainby
Resident Village Idiot | Bon Viveur | Autodidact | Coach | Chatterbox | Do the right thing. It Depends. Coach Led, Athlete Centred, Principle Based
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Simon Nainby 14h
Replying to @StuartMcMillan1
2,3&4 are tightly interwoven for me & the reason I love talking coaching with anyone. 1 is a very modern phenomenon but the other 3 have been a part of coaching for decades
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Simon Nainby Jun 15
When you're unbelievably happy to get a new BBQ…
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Simon Nainby Jun 6
Replying to @EssexPR
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James Deegan MC Jun 6
I attended a lecture by Richard Holmes about leadership and courage small audience, he used this clip. Watch the guy who looks around, he is nervous. His mate who is behind him pats his back. A gesture of friendship and camaraderie, a you will be ok moment. Some will know it 🇬🇧
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Sam Vine Jun 2
I have had several conversations recently about simulation training, and how we judge the fidelity or validity of a simulator (for research, training or design ergonomics). Here is a summary of those discussions:
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Martin Robinson May 31
This is good on ‘growth mindset’:
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Simon Nainby May 11
I think your last point is key. Lots of variation in interpretation & often used in place of compliance which it certainly isn't
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Simon Nainby May 11
Replying to @jattaylor
Yes agreed, I think the constellation & variation among individuals is often lost in the catch all phase though
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Simon Nainby May 11
"Coachability" is not a real word & a problematic concept. Similar to Mental Toughness it comprises many aspects that can't be boiled down to 1 word. Also infers Coaching is something you do to someone which is misleading. Seeing it so often now though
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Simon Nainby May 7
Brought a piece of the De La Pole Arms home with me after a refreshing walk 🍻
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Simon Nainby May 5
Lovely snaps OJ!
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Simon Nainby May 5
Replying to @ziggibson
That's a good knock & fair mileage! Condolences, harder than many realise 🐶
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Simon Nainby May 4
Replying to @fabio_fudd
Replica of this?
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Simon Nainby May 4
Replying to @fabio_fudd
Beautiful, none of that annoying grass stuff. Reminiscent of a lovely slab I once saw in Greenwich, only on a slightly smaller scale....You'll have to talk me through the regs next time we meet up 😉
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Ross Tucker May 1
Replying to @Scienceofsport
As for growth mindset - the effect size is absolutely tiny, so bear that in mind. And, some of the best performers have the supposedly ‘bad' fixed mindset. So, if we change it around because of a feel-good, sound-good theory that offers tiny benefits, might we compromise those?
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Ross Tucker May 1
Replying to @Scienceofsport
"Growth mindset” & “grit" are the new “10,000 hour” rule. There’s less downside to those - they’re largely controllable & positive. But 2nd order consequences of advocacy are still limiting. A fuller understanding isn’t possible with this kind of childish simplification, IMO.
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Ross Tucker May 1
This is a classic illustration of survivorship bias - those who succeed have success attributed, in hindsight, to the same things that 100 people who tried, but failed, have also done. But a shallow thinker sees those on the podium only, then works backwards to create a narrative
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Simon Nainby May 1
Replying to @ian_taplin
100%. I'll do a session on drainage! 😭
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Simon Nainby May 1
After enduring the wilderness years of CPD I move to the sticks & you start pulling these out the bag....😂 Seriously though, niiiice.
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Ian Taplin May 1
Great to have joining our presenters - use the link to book special group ticket released to celebrate Get your tickets now 👉🏼
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