Today 's work environment requires rapid responses and creativity as well as the resilience of all employees. It is also very critical for organizations like Jeffries, Smith, and West to be able to retain its top talent and this can be done through coaching. When employees are coached, they exhibit more commitment and improved performance at the workplace. There are several coaching styles that can be used in the workplace with each being applicable in different scenarios. The personality and behavioral preference of the coach will affect the type of coaching style they will choose to use in the coaching process and it could either make or break the coaching relationship (Parsloe et al, 2016).
Everything works smoothly when everyone communicates and works together as a group. When working in a team everyone should be informed about what is going on. Making decisions as a leader sometimes can be an intimidating process but it is also why you have a team to support you and help you with those decisions. A leader when making decisions gets the opinions of those around them to make a decision, but must comprehend that it may not be the right thing to do and they will have to take full responsibility. Even with careful planning, things can not go as planned and a leader has to step up to the plate to take the consequences.
Educator: An Educator is another role a sports coach should take on. Being an educator means you are a teacher, teaching players new skills and rules of the game. A teacher is an educator, they teach what they know through what they have learnt and their experiences, they share their knowledge with those who need to learn. It is important to have a teacher as without one you wont be able to know specific knowledge and get answers to your questions, the teachers are experienced and know what they are talking about, they know what is right and wrong and what rules are needed to follow. Without a teacher the team may not have an idea of how to play a game or how to even improve their skills of the game to lead to them winning.
They can make decisions and problem solve quickly and effectively. When they disagree, the players are now able to work through it and come to an agreement without delaying the progress of the team. If there needs to be achange,the team now will come to agreement on changing tactics or drills on their own, without depending on the coach to change things and take charge. The players work effectively as a team and do not need the oversight that is required at the other stages. The coach will continue to monitor the progress of the team and celebrate achievements with the team to continue to build team chemistry and unity.
Trust is very important, but it is a challenging feat to obtain. People within the group must trust one another that way each member will help others reach the overall goal and it makes sure that each team member can focus on one specific task without worrying if the others will complete their tasks. An example would be that if each member needs to collect different types of data, one member can finish collecting theirs and immediately know that the others have finished as well, where if they do not trust you, they will worry about not getting finished, covering another person’s job, and stress over slowing down the project. This is significant because if people are not trustable and people have to do other member’s jobs then it slows down the process and it takes longer to reach that special goal, whatever it may be. That is why I believe trust is important in teamwork, so try to be trustable and be smart about who you
As is the case with workers of varying strengths and weaknesses, sports leaders also need to flex their leadership style and practice the teachings of situational leadership. The qualities for a sports leader and by extension all other leaders
Coach Boone creates relationships with the players, which is crucial in management. The players finally see that Coach Boone has credibility, now players are motivated to work harder because he is so motivated towards the team. With everyone respecting each other, a clear vision of the goal and team work they are able to accomplish
I believe that it is important to develop your own coaching philosophy because then you have a system in place that you believe in. In order to have your players or the people that are learning from you to personally believe in you in my own opinion it has to be something that you created, even if you grab bits and pieces from other coaches as long as it isn’t completely stealing another ones philosophy. I don’t believe it would even be possible to develop your own philosophy without gathering information from others the way i look at it is the more knowledge you gain from multiple people and mold that creativity into your own the better it will be. Example you learn a lot from coach A,B, and C you take everything you learned from all of them
I need more of that in coming matches. In this team we need to interact as teams need that to be better. The coach will stand on the side lines to give out instructions and it is now a task put on the team or the player to carry out the instruction. As the leader on the pitch, the team captain, I have to stand in to make sure everyone carries out those instructions well. And I most do mine better.
This is why as a teachers or coachers to help athletes to adapt all individual needs. It can be divided by 2 that is linear and non linear pedagogy. Liner pedagogy focuses on more depth in dynamic aspects of sport. Linear pedagogy adapts to “criteria leading coaching” that approach to sport. This suggestions cannot become one thing that fits all as there is still a wide variety of variables to overcome.