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The Benefits of Integrating Your Emotions into Your Coaching

Clinical Psychologist Suzanne Brown discusses the importance of identifying and managing your emotions and how doing so can help you reach your potential and become a better coach

Coaches experience a wide range of emotions during practice and competition. If these emotions go unchecked, it could inhibit your performance and that of your athlete, preventing both of you from reaching your potential.

In the following clips, Clinical Psychologist Suzanne Brown discusses this topic with Senior Coach Developer at UK Coaching Tom Hartley. 

They explore the impact that the integration of emotions can have on:

  • maximising your potential as a coach
  • unlocking energy
  • developing positive coach-athlete relationships.

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After watching each clip, take a moment to consider how the principles could apply to you, in your coaching context. Grab a notepad and write down your ideas!


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