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Principles of Great Coaching: Organised

In this episode of the Great Coaching podcast series, wheelchair basketball coach and UK Coaching Ambassador Anna Jackson shares her perspective on how being organised creates a great experience that encourages everyone to keep coming back – including the coach

In this episode of the Great Coaching podcast series, wheelchair basketball coach and UK Coaching Ambassador Anna Jackson explores how being organised:

  • ensures that people attending sessions know what to expect from their coach
  • creates a great experience that encourages people to keep coming back.

A Paralympian who represented Great Britain in the Atlanta and Sydney Paralympic Games, Anna is dedicated to developing opportunities for people living with disabilities to engage with the sport that she loves.

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Expert Opinion

In this expert opinion, Craig Blain discusses the importance of leading organised sessions. Being organised can not only improve safety, but also the kind of communication that takes place between you and the people who attend.

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Further Learning

Learn how to plan, deliver and evaluate coaching sessions effectively and enhance your understanding of the principles behind well-organised coaching sessions by completing our 'How to Coach: Plan, Do, Review' eLearning module

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