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You can learn all about how the EAST model is used to bring about behaviour change in this Coachwise blog with Redway Runners

Meanwhile, Dr Sophia Jowett discusses the COMPASS Model in her ConnectedCoaches blog Communication: The fuel of effective and successful coach-athlete relationships. COMPASS stands for Conflict management, Openness, Motivation, Assurance (positivity), Preventative (advice), Support, Social Networks and is concerned with the strategies coaches and athletes use to develop and maintain high quality connections with one another.

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