We use cookies to give you the best experience and to help improve our website. By using our website you are accepting our cookies.  Learn More

Andy Bradshaw
2,501
Coach Developer

Coach Developer Conversations (EP 1): Andrew Gillott - Observation

Senior Coach Developer at UK Sport Andrew Gillott explains his process of observing coaches in action, sharing his experiences and insight.

In the inaugural episode of the Coach Developer Conversations podcast series, UK Coaching’s Coaching Manager Andy Bradshaw explores the theme of observing coaches in action with Senior Coach Developer at UK Sport Andrew Gillott. Where does that action start? Is it in the act of coaching athletes? Is it the setup? The preparation? Andrew highlights the value of flexibility, of having a number of tools available (in language, approach, focus) and waiting to see which are most appropriate to use. Looking at the specifics of observation, Andrew explains what that means to a coach developer, what’s going on with him throughout an observation, and why.

Join Us

 Register for free

Sign up to our #greatcoaching enewsletter and be kept up to date with courses running near you and all our latest coaching resources that will help you improve your practice.

Sign up today

Connect with other coaches

ConnectedCoaches is a friendly and supportive online community where members; pool ideas, solve problems, and overcome challenges together.

Learn more

 

Subscribe to unlock

For just £24 you get 12 month's access to the full UKCoaching.org experience, with our most valuable resources, free courses and amazing discounts.

Unlock Now

Related Resources

  • Developing World Class Coaches With a Head for Heights

    View
  • The More Knowledgeable Other

    View
  • Understanding the Coach Developer

    View

We’re unlocking the secrets of #greatcoaching

 

To access our most valuable resources, amazing discounts and freebies you need to be a subscriber.

Like this resource? We'd love you to share a link to it.

Want to reproduce this resource, or part of it, elsewhere? Please do the right thing and make a permissions request so we can licence its proper use.

Andy Bradshaw