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Brett Bartholomew
Coach, Best-Selling Author of "Conscious Coaching” & Keynote Speaker. I help others solve people problems that impede performance.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 18
I’ll say it again- wish you guys were in ATL this weekend. Spending two days talking about this, coach burnout, gender gap etc. You’d add a tremendous amount to the discussion. Late flight?
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Rob Pacey Jan 16
I have been thinking a lot about what shared re the 'you shouldn't be doing this for the money' coaches that exist out there. My response would always be, 'if its not about the money, do it for free'. People should never feel bad for wanting to earn more money!
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Ana Sánchez del Valle Jan 17
Evidence Based Coaching Brutal ⁦⁩ Evidencia/ experiencia?
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UKSCA Jan 18
At the 2018 conference, hosted a panel session which featured & This video was taken from the discussion around internships and what coaches should be looking for when applying.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 18
You weren’t hearing things, yes- there was a live alligator in the weight-room...
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 17
Replying to @StuartMcMillan1
Absolutely still relevant
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Stuart McMillan Jan 17
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
Again, I wrote on this obsession with RCTs, etc, and the re-defining of EBM(C) on ’s blog a couple of years ago. Possibly still relevant
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 17
"Coaches or Clowns?" Laying it down in the latest episode!
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 14
Replying to @zduval1
People will always be the ultimate performance variable. Relationships and communication set the foundation for all to come. Can write the best programs in the world but without trust/buy-in it’s all for naught and won’t be carried out at highest level.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 14
Simple reasons why counterfeit experts continue to trick us.
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Prof Sophia Jowett Jan 13
And I will add... If you want to be successful, then you ACT the change you want to bring about (I.e., don’t just think of or look at “change” make sure you ACT it)
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @JowettSophia
Absolutely! Couldn’t agree more.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
What’s “wrong” with S&C is that there are too many people worrying about what’s wrong & not contributing ways for it to improve. There will always be something/someone to blame- focus instead on how you can help. Then again, people are naturally drawn to the polemic. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @TheRealConehead
You’re a special sort aren’t you buddy 😉
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @tomdrewett2
Absolutely! That’s the fourth part of the “Coaching Compass” I discuss in my book.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @mmitcheroney
Buy-in is trust. How you measure any social variable will come down to perception, context and cultural values. Task based outcomes and relation based outcomes are an excellent starting point.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @ivicasagrande
Thanks Ivi!
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
Replying to @keri_timmerman
Really appreciate you spending your Saturday with me.
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Keri Timmerman Jan 13
great presentation quickly applicable and accessible for all levels JH/HS/Collegiate thanks for be prepared and thorough in your teaching.
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Brett Bartholomew Jan 13
“The poorest way to face life is to face it with a sneer. There are many men who feel a kind of twister pride in cynicism; there are many who confine themselves to criticism of the way others do what they themselves dare not even attempt.” -Theodore Roosevelt
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