As a coach and mentor it’s important to be able to provide encouragement and feedback in a way that is supportive and nurtures the development of the child.
When speaking with sports coaches and professionals there was a common consensus that recognised that building upon positive behaviours and rewarding children was preferential to focusing on weaknesses and criticism.
As children develop into adulthood it’s important for them to feel as though they can make mistakes and learn from them with a supportive network in place.
In this sports education based infographic the BelievePerform team look at the do’s and don’ts of coaching children.Categories: Sport Psychology Sign Up
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