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Creating an Athlete-Centred Environment

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  • PaulT

    Creating an Athlete-Centred Environment

    We are delighted to get the insights of Olympian Adam Peaty’s coach, Mel Marshall, as she joins us on the latest Curious Coaches’ Club. She will start the week off by diving into detail about how to develop an empowering environment that fosters greatness but all wrapped up in the importance of how to become the best coach you can be.

    Make sure you keep checking back all week to:

    • watch back the session
    • pick up key messages 
    • read reflections of the weeks conversations 
    • join the debate & discussion 
  • PaulT

    Missed Mondays session or want to watch it back.... 

  • PaulT

    If you enjoyed Mondays session then check out the below resources 

    Six of the Best: Creating an Environment to Flourish - England Hockey under-18s girls' coach Sarah Kelleher offers her advice on establishing the best environment for your players to thrive

    How to Create a Positive Coaching Environment - Professor Joan Duda from the University of Birmingham discusss the importance of a positive coaching environment, and explores ways you can create an enjoyable and motivating experience for the people who attend your sessions.

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