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The Importance of Goal Setting in Learning & Development

At Coach Logic, we’re committed to developing better players through the use of our innovative video analysis system. Since we started more than six years ago, we’ve worked tirelessly to develop a system that can help transform coaching.

Challenging Conventions in Coaching

Imagine facing a squad of teenage rugby players and spending 45 minutes talking them through your analysis of their latest rugby match. There will be yawning – guaranteed. Coach Logic is determined to overhaul coach and player development.

The Role of the Coach in Building Team Culture

Richard Davies explores the role of the coach in building team culture and ensuring poor choices simply cannot be made in a team environment.

Self Control

[spb_single_image image=”13661″ image_size=”large” frame=”noframe” intro_animation=”none” full_width=”no” lightbox=”yes” link_target=”_self” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Self-control – A Crucial Ingredient in the Recipe to Success [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” el_class=”.post-author-intro” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] This blog was provided by Ashley Evans and was researched and written by freelance copywriter Camilla Sheppard. [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Baseball legend Lou Gehrig once said, ‘A ballplayer who losesRead more

Manchester Utd coach David Moyes

Developing Behavioural Agility for Coaching: Part 1

If I was to ask you to describe your behaviours as a coach, what would be your response? If I was then to ask you to describe the behaviours of the performers you work with, again what would your response be? In essence coaching is a very humanistic endeavour and at its’ core is the interaction between human beings. Thankfully we are all different, but in terms of behavioursRead more

Wendy Houvenaghel Awreness Ladder Coaching

Jens Voigt – This is the Way I Knew I Must Say Goodbye

  German cyclist Jens Voigt recently finished his last Tour de France, causing an outpouring of nice warm fuzzy feelings in the cycling community. Jens finished the Tour de France – that is cycling around France for 3 weeks an astonishing 14 times. His highest placing being 28th in 2007. For those outside the cycling community, it can seem a closed event and the tactics and team formations confusing.Read more

Importance of Motivation

The Rugby Site – The Importance of Motivation

The importance of Motivation Beyond the unparalleled skill levels and sheer athleticism, one of the most impressive things about the All Blacks is the fact that they are 100% mentally tuned in every game.     They always ‘turn up,’ focused and motivated, meaning that those skills can be put to best use. Even in wet weather against Argentina in the Rugby Championship, Steve Hansen’s men were focused onRead more

Wendy Houvenaghel Awreness Ladder Coaching

Preparing for life after sport: The Awareness Ladder

Editors Note: Our good friend Jonathan Senior sent us this article. Jonathan works with ex-athletes and sports people to help them work out what to do after sport. He has developed a number of management and marketing concepts to help with this. The “awareness ladder” is a tool which helps athletes work out how to use what they have done in the pool, pitch or track to a longRead more

Manchester Utd coach David Moyes

How Developing Emotional Intelligence Can Improve Your Coaching. Final Part

Controlling your own emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances Relationship Building. Last year I was speaking to a rowing coach and we were discussing behavioural agility. She told me that a number of years ago, as a junior performer in rowing, she had a very good coach who had a dominant and direct style of coaching and communication. This worked for her and got the best outRead more

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How Developing Emotional Intelligence Can Improve Your Coaching. (Part 3)

Self Management Controlling your own emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances If you reflect back to the article in part 1, Goleman tells us that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is about being smart with your thoughts and emotions. Everyone is emotionally intelligent, it’s just that it is different for each one of us and we have to be aware of our own EI and that of the peopleRead more

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