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  • Bringing New Players into Your Team
    I recently summaried some research from Canada opn how coaches can use theories from business to use formal and informal processes to help new players smoothly enter a team.
    John Mcilroy  · 21/07/15  · 0  · 915
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  • Howzat! simply does it for up-and-coming coach
    The 2010 England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and sports coach UK Young Coach of the Year Mike Bohndiek shares invaluable advice for coaches and would-be coaches that he picked up in eight fascinating and engaging years as a cricket coach.
    Rob Maaye  · 09/07/15  · 0  · 885
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  • Coaching a phenomenon – exciting or terrifying?
    To coincide with next week's Open Championship here's a short blog looking at the rise of Jordan Spieth and how his coach handled the responsibility of coaching such a predigious talent.
    Michael Hopkinson  · 09/07/15  · 0  · 493
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  • Using Critical Reflection to Become a ‘Good Coach’
    I produced a summary of new research on practical ideas for any coach struggling to get started with reflection on their coaching practice
    John Mcilroy  · 03/07/15  · 2  · 2440
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