The Process Of Highly Effective Coaching

Author: Robert F. Hicks
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 131743305X
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The Process of Highly Effective Coaching offers a unique blend of theory and practical methods for conducting effective coaching conversations. It provides an umbrella under which all of the major conceptual models for helping people change can not only coexist but work together. In addition to using this integrative approach, The Process of Highly Effective Coaching presents a framework for conducting coaching conversations and for relating the coaching process to the coaching competencies defined by the International Coach Federation, the largest coach-credentialing organization in the world.

The Psychology Of Effective Coaching And Management

Author: Paul A. Davis
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ISBN: 9781634837873
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This is a valuable resource for students, researchers, practitioners, educators, and administrators that want to increase their knowledge of psychological aspects associated with the development and practice of coaching and management. The reader is guided through models of the coaching process, approaches to coach learning, context specific education, and tools for observing coaching behaviors. Additionally, considerations for enhancing positive youth development, motivational climate, group dynamics, self-regulation, emotions, and mental toughness are outlined. The application of mental skills such as self-talk, the consideration of an athletes personality in coaching practice, and leadership theories in management are also reviewed. Examples of highly effective sport organizations and approaches to optimizing relationships with support staff are presented, as well as research and implications of coach burnout. The book is written by world leading scholars, sport psychologists, coaches, and managers from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Spain, Greece, Croatia and the UK. Each chapter presents current research and offers suggestions for optimizing effective coaching and management. The chapters are written to be accessible to a wide range of readers, and each chapter offers a set of key considerations for enhancing practice. The aim of the book is to present up-to-date knowledge of the theories and research undertaken in sport coaching and management, with a particular focus upon applying understanding to maximize effective practice. This book will serve as essential reading for scholars and students; it can be used as a key text in sports coaching or coach education programs. Furthermore, coaches as well as their athletes will benefit from the recommendations for practice presented in the book.

The Coaching Manual

Author: Julie Starr
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780273713524
File Size: 22,41 MB
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The second edition of this bestselling manual remains the practical, readable guide to the skills, insights and perspectives of being a highly effective personal coach.

Asqc Annual Quality Congress Proceedings

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The Coaching Manual Epub Ebook

Author: Julie Starr
Editor: Pearson UK
ISBN: 0273760033
File Size: 22,50 MB
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Widely recognised as a leading practical handbook on coaching, The Coaching Manual combines an understanding of coaching principles, skills, attitudes and behaviours, along with practical guidance and a comprehensive tool kit for coaches. The Coaching Manual demystifies the full coaching process, from first step to final meeting. This is the complete guide to coaching and includes: models, perspectives, skills, case studies, tips and advice.

Unleashed

Author: Gregg Thompson
Editor: SelectBooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1590792211
File Size: 54,47 MB
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Bluepoint Leadership Development has been designing and delivering world class leadership education, training and coaching programs for over 20 years. Now their incredible, business-transforming approach is available in this highly-accessible new book. Unleashed is certain to transform how managers, executives, human resource professionals and organizations approach and practice leadership.Readers of this inspirational work will discover how to: .Understand what High Performance Coaching is (and is not!).Identify the qualities of an effective Leader Coach.Recognize their strengths as a coach and what is required in the coaching role .Better understand the coaching process .Identify their own self development work and personal growth curve.Better understand current leadership challenges.Search for opportunities to coach those they manage and lead for performance.Participate in the personal growth of others while developing high performance coaching skillsGregg Thompson's revolutionary approach incorporates the very best processes and practices employed by professional coaches and draws upon his extensive experience in experiential leadership development. Dare yourself and your employees to engage in bold new performance-changing relationships!

Coaching Skills For On The Job Trainers

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How To Build An Instructional Coaching Program For Maximum Capacity

Author: Nina Jones Morel
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452279683
File Size: 55,77 MB
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Chart your course for success: A guide for school and district leaders Research supports the value of coaches in improving school culture and facilitating change that leads to staff and student success. This comprehensive resource guides school and district leaders through the journey of developing and sustaining an effective coaching program. The authors engage readers with a nautical metaphor that outlines the planning and implementation process, including how to: Cast a vision for the coaching program Determine desired characteristics of instructional coaches Use data to evaluate and refine the program Communicate the benefits to leaders, principals, and teachers Design appropriate professional training and support

Strength And Conditioning For Football

Author: Mark Jarvis
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472913329
File Size: 43,50 MB
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The definitive guide to how strength and conditioning (S&C) can be effectively applied in football. S&C is well established as a cornerstone of sports science in elite sport, and is now a key part in the preparation and training of professional footballers, helping to make players more robust, more efficient and more explosive. This comprehensive manual covers all aspects that contribute to successful practice so that training and playing time lost to injury is reduced. This guide deals with much more than a list of exercises. Based on experience at Premier League level, critical topics include: · Effective coaching · Injury prevention · Performance monitoring · Performance enhancement This book is a unique resource for existing and aspiring football S&C coaches as well as sports science graduates. In a developing field, this pioneering text will help to shape and define the role of the S&C coach within football to help players at all levels of the game.

Krause S Food The Nutrition Care Process Mea Edition E Book

Author: L. Kathleen Mahan
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0702074004
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Krause's Food & the Nutrition Care Process, MEA edition E-Book

Improving Reading Comprehension Of Middle And High School Students

Author: Kristi L. Santi
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319147358
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This volume focuses on our understanding of the reading comprehension of adolescents in a high stakes academic environment. Leading researchers share their most current research on each issue, covering theory and empirical research from a range of specializations, including various content areas, English language learners, students with disabilities, and reading assessment. Topics discussed include: cognitive models of reading comprehension and how they relate to typical or atypical development of reading comprehension, reading in history classes, comprehension of densely worded and symbolic mathematical texts, understanding causality in science texts, the more rigorous comprehension standards in English language arts classes, balancing the practical and measurement constraints of the assessment of reading comprehension, understanding the needs and challenges of English language learners and students in special education with respect to the various content areas discussed in this book. This book is of interest to researchers in literacy and educational psychology as well as curriculum developers.

Choosing Options And Accommodations For Children Coach

Author: Michael F. Giangreco
Editor: Brookes Publishing Company
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Guide To Effective Coaching

Author: Billie Jo Jones
Editor: WCB/McGraw-Hill
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The Young Athlete

Author: Helge Hebestreit
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 9781405156479
File Size: 67,26 MB
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* An essential text that defines the medical and scientific aspects of the child and adolescent athlete * Meets the need for a responsible approach to the developing athlete * Covers key concepts in six sections: Growth, Maturation, and Physical Performance; Conditioning; Injuries; Non-orthopaedic Health Concerns; Psychosocial Issues; Disease and the Young Athlete

Performance Psychology E Book

Author: David John Collins
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702048755
File Size: 50,38 MB
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Performance Psychology: A Practitioner's Guide is a comprehensive, evidence-based text covering the key aspects of performance culture: performer development, preparation, training and execution. Written by a team of international contributors, including national coaches, training specialists, applied sports psychologists, clinicians and researchers, and building on strong links between theory and practice, the book shows how applied psychological methods and principles can be used to enhance performance Contributing authors offer clear implications for applied practice and each section is summarized by contributions from a 'Performers Panel' of experts who provide real-life practical examples. Performance psychology is applied to a wide variety of physical performance domains which enables practitioners to see how they can combine ideas and tailor interventions, to people and contexts, to produce effective applications of psychology. Dave Collins is Professor of Performance and Coaching/Director for the Institute of Coaching and Performance at the University of Central Lancashire. As a practitioner, he has worked with over 50 World and Olympic medalists, and in professional performance domains spanning sport, business, motor sport, music, dance and adventure. He was formerly Performance Director of UK Athletics, a rugby player, martial artist and OE instructor. Dave currently works with the Chelsea FC Football Academy, amongst other consultancies. Angela Button is a researcher at the University of Otago and is widely acknowledged as a world expert on talent. Angela has led funded research projects in talent development in the UK and New Zealand. Her sporting interests include squash, running and triathlon. Hugh Richards lectures and is Director of post-graduate programmes in Performance Psychology at the University of Edinburgh. He has published in the areas of coping, talent, individual differences and professional development related to sport, the military and music. Hugh has applied psychology to professional performers from international level sport to business. He currently works with the UK Motor Sport Association, international performer development schemes and has been advisor to the BBC on learning and performance. Strong links between theory and practice - a panel of top performers conclude each section with an overview, providing real-life practical examples in addition to the case studies included in each chapter. Holistic approach allows students to see how they can combine different approaches to address a problem. Written by a team of international contributors including national team coaches, sports psychologists and academics.

The Sport Psychologist

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Coaching Elementary Pre Service Teachers To Ask High Level Comprehension Questions In A Student Directed Stance

Author: Beverly Jane Halvorson
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The Common Core Coaching Book

Author: Laurie Elish-Piper
Editor: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1462515576
File Size: 45,85 MB
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This book provides essential coaching tools to support teachers in planning and implementing instruction aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The authors explain the key instructional shifts brought about by the CCSS in K-5 English language arts classrooms. Eighteen specific strategies for coaching large groups, small groups, and individual teachers are presented, including clear-cut procedures, vivid illustrative examples, and 26 reproducible forms. Grounded in research on adult learning, the book addresses common coaching challenges and how to overcome them. The large-size format facilitates photocopying; purchasers also get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. This title is part of the Teaching Practices That Work Series, edited by Diane Lapp and Douglas Fisher.

The Coach

Author: Steven Stowell
Editor: C.M.O.E.
ISBN: 9780972462723
File Size: 16,68 MB
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This book is about the coaching process and the skills, behaviors, courage, and values leaders need in order to evoke employee commitment and motivation. This is a "how-to" book with a lot of specifics on what to say and how to handle different coaching situations.

The Seven Steps Of Effective Coaching

Author: Sabine Dembkowski
Editor: Thorogood Publishing
ISBN:
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Based on the author’s extensive research and consultancy practices, the book builds on the GROW coaching model and introduces a new model which involves 5 core capabilities and a 7-step process – The Achieve Coaching Model. Key features Based on an international best-practice study of executive coaching drawn from UK, Germany and US Explains a new, original and easy-to-use coaching method Shows how the return on coaching investment can be measured Links current theories of leadership to executive coaching