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19 Feb 2020 83
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Piquing Your Participants' Interest

Presenting sport and physical activity in an engaging way is a must if we are to achieve sustained participation and engagement in our coaching sessions, writes Policy and Partnership Manager Craig Blain

The need to present activity in an engaging way is amplified even further when our aim is to attract new people.

In any coaching environment, whether it's part of a talent pathway or at a local football club, it's up to the coach make their sessions engaging; adapting their sessions to meet their participants' needs. 

In my coaching, whenever I come across a problem, my first line of thought is one of comparison - who is doing this well and how? Now I am a father of two young children, I am consulting with Disney to get engagement in my sessions just right. 

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