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Paul Hunter 23h
This is a not to be missed Coach Professional Development session with 7s Head Coach sharing his approach to Principles of Defence 🗓️March 6th 2019 ⌚️7:30pm-9:00pm 🏨Pinnacle Harbourfront Hotel 💻
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Andy Stone 19h
Great to have and to talk coaching and thanks!
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Nick Hill Coaching 20h
Great 2 finally observe in action today & see the great things he’s doing...
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Training Ground Guru Feb 20
"It comes down to identifying undervalued talent & investing in development. We invest in different specialists - whether it be sleep coaches, kicking coaches - to try and raise the level of the players. Then we make the asset worth more.”
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Nick Hill Coaching Feb 20
Don’t hesitate Chris. That’s one heck of a line up. It will be the best investment in your career to-date & will be career defining & game changing. There’s nothing like & here’s a taste of what goes on...
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HMMR Media Feb 19
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Ollie Richardson Feb 19
Hoping to make it over again. Highly recommend if anyone is on the fence. Particularly looking forward to listening to and catching up with after over a decade 😂
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Damian Hughes Feb 19
Culture attracts talented people, culture develops talented people, culture keeps talented people. Culture is an advantage.
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ian 'spike' milligan Feb 19
To try to help myself & my players be better this week than we were last week and plan to do that again next week. I hope so, coaching approach is always looking to learn.
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Paul Hunter Feb 19
Good old traditional question, philosophy is personal to the person. I’m always cautious how we critique someone’s philosophy when it is personal. Really like the point around connectivity, what we coach, how we coach and why we coach should be interlinked... Great questions...
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RussellEarnshaw Feb 18
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Relentless Optimism Feb 18
Coaching is creating/sustaining supportive & fearless environments where gr8 questions can be answered, be it through performance or thought, in pursuit of ‘being better’. Coaching is service, enabling people to get to where they need to go, questioning enables them to do it!
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Phil Kearney Feb 18
Coaching: Facilitating the development of happiness (short term fun, long term satisfaction) in others through sport. Depending on how you define the term, Philosophy must facilitate that aim or it’s not a good philosophy. I see Philosophy as your map and compass to achieve aims
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Coaching the Coaches Feb 18
Being mindful, reflective yet committed to create an atmosphere where athletes can cooperatively explore, communicate and challenge each other to achieve common identified goals through strong interpersonal relationships🤓
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Nick Hill Coaching Feb 18
“...set the environment 2 maximise learning ...ask questions ...step back & let them learn ...involves players intellectually in their training ...less autocratic ...far less visible The focus is on the players, not the coach.”
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Nick Hill Coaching Feb 18
Understanding the outcomes of a coaching approach...
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Colin Moran Feb 18
Ahhhh ‘teaching’! Well that’s a whole other discussion... teaching, coaching, mentoring, developing, guiding, challenging, facilitating, pushing, pulling, stretching, supporting, shaping, showing, questioning, answering... they’re all in the coaching stew!
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HMMR Media Feb 18
Last month started a good online debate about the role of sports specific training. and had him on this week's podcast to where sports specific training goes wrong, what role it should have, and much more.
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Colin Moran Feb 18
Coaching is the art of inspiring change through shared challenge and emotional connection. That’s my working definition which in turn influences my coaching process. (I used to say ‘shared knowledge’ but changed it to shared challenge recently).
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