What I would include in a Coaching Book

Written by Stephanie Tuia

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Establish a team vision.

A coach should incorporate a team vision to where players know what their expectations are and will be motivated to carry them out. A vision allows players to rally together for a common purpose. This vision should be encouraging, but also challenging enough to whererepparttar 137847 team is always striving for improving results.

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How Leaders Create Trust

Written by Steve Kaye

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Be Honest * Tellrepparttar truth. Lies demeanrepparttar 137591 teller more than they foolrepparttar 137592 listener. * Act with integrity. Make decisions as if you had to deal with all ofrepparttar 137593 consequences, treat others with respect, and choose actions that add value for everyone.

Provide Data * Tell stories that show past achievements. Quote compliments. * Collect data. Keep a victory file of successes, testimonial letters, and other good news. If necessary, ask for testimonials, references, and compliments. * Create data. Plan good deeds that lead to complimentary stories.

Takerepparttar 137594 High Road * Help others perform at their best. Give without expecting a return favor. * Do good things because that makesrepparttar 137595 world a better place. * Show courage during uncertainty. * Seekrepparttar 137596 good in others. * Trust others, because this shows that you expect to be trusted.

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