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Coaching Advice 
 

Register for the program to begin receiving weekly communications

This Advice Program outlines the range of skills required by the modern coach and shows how the role impacts on athletes and teams of athletes.

It also mentions how a coach should be judged on how good a coach they are not on whether they win only.

Coaching Advice talks about how a coach shapes and develops the skills that someone is born with, the coach does not 'make' an athlete.

It also talks about how the good coach has a lot of the skills the consultants are paid to contribute.

 
 

It also talks about how to use the skills of consultants and how their knowledge should be coordinated by the coach and focused for the betterment of the athlete or team.

The Programs ask whether coaching at all levels is getting too complicated and should we revisit some simple issues?

The weekly communications are designed to provoke thought and the search capabilities of the Program will enable you to have advice whenever you want it or need it most.

What do you get when you register for the program?

 
     
 

1.

After you have registered for the Advice program(s) of your choice you will receive an email to notify you that your next communication is available.

   
2.

At any time you can log onto the website, run a 'search' on any word and be able to read the communications already received that relate to that issue.

   
3.

Each email sent also has the provision to ask questions to the author and so additional assistance is available.

   
4. The communications you receive will always be available to review and search even after your subscription for new communications has expired.
 

Here are some sample communications that will enable you to 'get a feel' for the concept.

 
  Coaching Communication 001  
Coaching Communication 002  
     
     
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