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Coaching Psychology

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Transcript of Coaching Psychology

Coaching Psychology
How to use what you have to get what you want to go where you want to be............
Hello and Welcome
Players
Parents
Coaches
Development
Key Phases
Evaluation
Learning
Technical
Physical
Social
Psychological
What are we trying to achieve?
On successful completion of this module, an advanced coach practitioner should be able to:
Explain and Justify how the beliefs, values and intentions of a coach inform coaching practice and behavior
Evaluate personal coaching behaviour and those of others engaged in the coaching process
Engage in reflective practice and demonstrate critical self - awareness throughout the coaching process.
Provide a personal action plan that enhances advanced practitioner coaching skills
So what is "Coaching Psychology"???
Its about how your personal...
beliefs, values and intentions
language and communication styles
motivation and behavior strategies
reflect and analytical skills
inform your coaching
Preparation & Practice
During Game
Post Game
Beliefs, values and intentions
Coaching Behavior
Reflective practice
Test your strength of character
Draw on your capacity to deal with chaos
Get to know yourself better
Re-evaluate your priorities
Examine your goals
Presuppositions:

Questions - a great place to begin:

Do you believe that people … are trustworthy?
Do you believe that people … seek responsibility
and accountability?
Do you believe that people … seek meaning to their work?
Do you believe that people … naturally want to
learn?
Do you believe that people … don’t resist change
but resist being
changed?
Do you believe that people … prefer work to being
idle?


Tell me and I forget

Show me and I remember

Involve me and I understand

Presuppositions 1:

The Quality of Your Life is the Quality of Your Communication

The Quality of Your Communication is the Response That You Get

You Cannot ‘Not Communicate’


Presuppositions 1:

The Quality of Your Life is the Quality of Your Communication

The Quality of Your Communication is the Response That You Get

You Cannot ‘Not Communicate’

The road to excellence…

Elite performers in sport, art, music
accumulate over 10,000 hours practice

Average amount of practice over a 10-year period:
26 hours/week - karate
28 hours/week - skating
25 hours/week - wrestling (Williams & Hodges 2005)


8-18 year-old elite level football
players practised between 15-20
hours/week

Elite players spent an increasing
amount of time on team/match play
practice than on individual practice

What are the implications for coaching behavior?
How effective and efficient are your coaching/practice strategies?

How do you develop skilful players as well as team/squad performance?

How do you motivate players and coaches day after day/session after session?

The motivational challenges…

In any competitive situation where achievement or competence are tested, human beings will either:

approach challenges in an attempt to maximise or maintain their levels of competence (positive energy; growth mindset)

or

engage in actions or behaviours that serve to avoid showing any incompetence (negative energy; fixed mindset)
(Harwood 2005)
Reflective Learning for Coaches
The why
The What
The How
The What If
Do -Doing
Decide - Deciding
Reflect - Reflecting
Consider - considering Connect
The Reflective Cycle

REFLECTING: Become an observer of your own thinking and acting of the experience; game; training; etc

CONNECTING: Creating Ideas and Possibilities, Alternatives and Options for action

DECIDING: Settle on a method for action. Choose and refine the approach

DOING: Performing the task or tasks with as much of an experimental frame of mind as possible

Performance intervention Strategies
Pre - match day strategies
Match Day Strategies
Post Match
Pre - Match
1st Half
2nd Half
Half - Time
Behaviors
Commitment
Communication
Concentration
Control
Confidence
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