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15 behaviours that characterise good coaching

Winning teams often contribute their success to great coaching and hard work.

Amongst some of the reasons we’ve collected from athletes as to why their team are successful can be contributed to good coaches knowing how to collaborate with their athletes as well as knowing how to react under pressure.

In this sports education based infographic the team discuss 15 behaviours that characterise good coaching.

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  1. Praise – Good coaches regularly praise their athletes.
  2. Respect – Good coaches respect everyone in their team.
  3. Support – Good coaches will help and support their players in training and games.
  4. Fun – Good coaches focus on enjoyment and fun. They want to see a smile on their players face.
  5. Calmness – Good coaches stay calm under pressure and are aware of what they say and how they react.
  6. Teamwork – Good coaches emphasise the importance of teamwork.
  7. Positivity – Good coaches look for the positives and help to build their players self esteem.
  8. Trust – Good coaches trust their athletes including staff.
  9. Encouragement – Good coaches encourage all of their players to be the best that they can be.
  10. Enthusiasm – Good coaches motivate their players through their fun coaching methods.
  11. Engagement – Good coaches provide engaging coaching sessions which challenge players in a positive way.
  12. Role model – Good coaches are aware of how they act and behave. They demonstrate positive behaviours.
  13. Organised – Good coaches are organised. They plan sessions and make sure they are always on time.
  14. Ambitious – Good coaches are passionate and ambitious.
  15. Collaborate – Good coaches work collaboratively with their team and staff.

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