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New to coaching and doing a BA Outdoor activity and leadership Degree.
I have an assignment that is looking at Leadership Theory / Programme Design / Learning theory and I wondered if there is anyone here who has an interest in their theory behind coaching and has any suggestions for theorys and models about the 3 catagories that are worth looking at?
Hi Phil, you might find this of interest - posted on twitter today by Stuart Armstrong. http://www.thetalentequation.co.uk/?utm_campaign=buffer&utm_content=buffer74bee&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com#!Want-to-be-a-great-kids-coach-Think-like-a-video-game-designer/c137b/5646f79a0cf2e1ca2797f124 It picks up on the use of game theory in session planning. It then goes on to talk about the importance of learning from mistakes, and in particular, growth mindset, and attaches a link to a useful video summary from an organisation called TrainUgly. This is something that we at Sport and Beyond also focus on in our 'attitude and mindset' workshops. I would also suggest another possible area of focus being behavioural profiling, and its impact on how you motivate and interact with your students. Lots of different routes you could take with this, but again its a big focus for us due to the impact on understanding both the way you operate (whether leader or coach, we subscribe to the view that 'Before you can be someone you need to know who you are') and then on the way your people/students operate. Hopefully this gives you some food for thought!
Picking up from Catherine we have shared a few Trevor Ragan videos on ConnectedCoaches which you might find useful.
In the Coaching Children (Ages 5-12) group there is Peer to Peer Feedback...How words impact our lives
Then there are a couple of videos in the Welcome and General video section that might be of use: Learning...How to Do it Better and Block v Random Practice: Read, Plan, Do
I'm sure more will respond with their own thoughts but hope this helps!
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