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Curious Coaches' Club: Coaching Adults (Great Coaching Behaviours)

A person-centred approach is an important element of coaching people at any age. In this session, UK Coaching Ambassador Anna Jackson, founder and CEO of Our Parks Born Barikor and UK Coaching's Craig Blain explore the coaching behaviours that they recognise in their coaching and their impact

A person-centred approach is an important element of coaching people at any age. Recognising the Principles of Great Coaching can help in developing your own unique approach, or brand, of coaching, seen through your own coaching behaviours.

In this session, UK Coaching Ambassador, Wheelchair Basketball Coach, Paralympian and owner of Believe It Coaching Anna Jackson, award-winning sport and fitness industry entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Our Parks Born Barikor and Health and Physical Activity Programme Lead and UK Coaching Policy and Partnership Manager Craig Blain explore:

  • the behaviours that they recognise within their own coaching brands
  • how these impact on the people taking part
  • helpful tips on where to exhibit these behaviours for maximum impact.

What is the Curious Coaches' Club?

Each week, the Curious Coaches' Club brings experts together for a weekly coaching conversation

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