2.3. Step 3: Reflect on the process of feedback and develop coaching approach a. Reflection 3 The feedback process was done via email rather than face-to-face interview. By this way of communication, I could not observe the coachee’s reaction when he saw my hypotheses and fed them back. However, I assumed that he would not have negative reactions because I had told him about what hypotheses would be before.
Coaching is more than just asking question and receiving answers. Being able to listen and ask the right questions is important to any productive coaching relationship. There are a number of tools and techniques that can be used. When planning the content of the sessions it is important to consider how individuals learn and try to adopt various learning methods. Based on the research by Edgar Dale, he concluded that learners retain about 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear, 30% of what they see, 50% of what they both hear and use, 70% of what they say and 90% of what they see and do.
The following report will define seven interpersonal skills, give an example of how each skill is useful in business and provide a list of websites for the development of each skill at the end of the report. Listening: this skill focuses on the ability to hear attentively and process information correctly. It is the ability to accurately receive and interpret messages in the communication process. (Interpersonal Skills in the Workplace, 2016).
Coaching Girls and Women February 27, 2012 After open heart surgery, two back surgeries and a hip replacement, I was beginning to get straightened out (2001). My good friend and Athletic Director, Alan White, called me into his office, “Tom, you’re looking much better, and by the way you’re adding the Women’s team to your job next fall.” Good friend, did I say? Actually I’ve taught women or girls all my career.
Do you know what life mentoring is and what it entails? Relax; it is okay if you do not. Many people do not have much experience, if any at all, with a lifestyle coach. It is a relatively new field but the principles behind mentoring have long been used in the workplace. You simply take someone with more knowledge and experience and pair him or her up with someone who does not have as much experience, with the hope that the individual learns some new life or business skills.
To evaluate the change, results were monitored on a monthly basis which was not sufficient to reach the goal of 100% compliance. The initial change was effective in increasing the compliance rate from 68% to 95.6%. An additional PDSA is needed to meet the goal of 100% compliance. This can be achieved with additional reporting on a weekly basis, with a focus on individual staff or primary care teams.
To my surprise, after I turned seven years old, my parents decided to enroll me in professional tennis classes with aspirations of me becoming a professional tennis player. Likewise, many times during practices, I felt comfortable wearing my brother’s shorts because I did not like the clothes that girls were forced to wear. However, many parents had an issue with me dressing as a boy, and in quite a few instances, I was told to act and dress like a girl. Therefore, I did not feel comfortable in my skin because I was a child and did not necessarily understand why people were having issues with the way I dressed or acted. Likewise, since I was physically active, I liked to wear clothes that felt comfortable.
Reflective Coaching Report The complexity surrounding sports coaching has been highlighted in the literature, for example Cote and Gilbert (2009) jbiubiub. Reflection is used to break down this complexity and help maintain and improve a coaches performance in numerous ways. Reflection has multiple definitions shown in the literature, Moon (1999) believes reflection is based on the role of reflection, describing it as a mental process with an outcome that’s applied to unstructured and complex ideas, in which there is no obvious solution. Whereas Boud et al (1985) in conjunction with Johns and Freshwater (1998) describes reflective practice as an opportunity for the individual to learn from their experiences, which coincides with Baumgartner
In this article “ Philosophy of coaching” by Ken McGlothlin he goes in brief details about how to be a good coach , how to implement a good coaching philosophy that could help you win , and the preparation it takes to be a good coach. Coaching is more than just telling players what to do , it's a difficult task that takes effort, time, and patience. Kern McGlothin states that “Coaches, today, must be good teachers and must motivate their players to compete day by day on the court.” coaching is more than just having a philosophy, it's being able to teach and having an open mind about ideas .
Mike Head, my freshman World History teacher, was the human embodiment of kindness. Consistently clad in his argyle sweater vests, polo shirts, and bright blue New Balance running shoes, Coach Head would roam the halls of George Walton, his shiny bald head like a beacon in a sea of students. Every day, Coach Head would make a point to greet and converse with students and faculty, brightening their days. Coach Head challenged the conventional history classroom; often encouraging the class to stand on top of the desks to “see things from a different angle.” In the second quarter of the school year, he brought a coffee maker into the classroom.