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Coaching Bootroom: Danny Kerry (Part 2)

2015 UK Coaching High Performance Coach of the Year discusses his approach to developing a culture, learning and relationships

UK Coaching was formerly known as Sports Coach UK. We changed our name after expanding our support as an organisation. We’re now taking it wider than traditional sports because great coaching goes much, much further.

In part 2 of this Coaching Bootroom series Danny Kerry, 2015 UK Coaching High Performance Coach of the Year, talks about how he creates and maintains a squad culture, his key learning focus and how he develops coach/player relationships.

Learn more from Head Coach of England and Great Britain Women's Hockey team Danny Kerry in part 1, where he talks:

  • about how he got into coaching
  • his coaching philopsophy
  • what has influenced him, and
  • the advice he would give his younger self.

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If you enjoyed this video ConnectedCoaches - UK Coaching's free online community for coaches of all sports and activities – posted an insightful blog based on this two part video series: 'How High Performance Coach of the Year Danny Kerry has put the Great into British hockey'

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