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.

Mind the Gap: Being Liked & Respected CAN Work

Wednesday evenings means my favourite leadership programme is back for another year. BBC and Lord Sugar’s The Apprentice has, for the last 13 years, taught its viewers how to operate in high pressure situations,

A Life Away: Does Top Level Coaching have a ‘Sell by Date’?

Statistics never lie. They do not always paint the whole picture or do something justice but they never lie. How many days a year do think coaches at the highest level spend on the job?

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Paving the Way: The Foundations of Good Coaching

As the curtain comes down on a captivating Premier League season, it seems an appropriate moment as any for coaches to reflect upon their season; the successes, the challenges, the processes and the lessons learnt. En route to a fixture last week a colleague and I found ourselves discussing such things from a coaching perspective despite the cricket season being in its infancy. I had a topic all linedRead more

Shaken Not Stirred: How James Bond Can Help Coaching Practice

[spb_single_image image=”15685″ image_size=”full” 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” el_class=”.post-scnd-titles” width=”2/3″ el_position=”first last”] HOW JAMES BOND CAN HELP COACHING PRACTICE [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] It’s been an enthralling few weeks for even the most passive of sports fan, with the race for the Premier League hotting up, the pulsating World Cricket T20, and the tense Masters Golf to name a few.Read more

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X-factor players – how to manage them

We have all had those coaches when things don’t quite go to plan; get upset; actually that’s every coach.

“Don’t throw those silly flick passes, that wasn’t the option there, reduce the high risk plays!”

Old School vs State of the Art: Attitudes of Athletes

With the Christmas holidays fast approaching the annual dashes around the local shopping outlets are sure to commence if they haven’t been endured by shop owners already! Some parents you see rushing around in some form of mad frenzy to buy the latest gadget, games console or mobile phone for their children, others hurriedly buying gifts without much thought or consideration as time is of the essence.

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The Ashes 2015 – Survival of the Fittest

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] What a turnaround. Who would have thought that England five months ago – after being unceremoniously dumped out of the World Cup at the hands of Rubel Hossain and Bangladesh – would be heading into the final Ashes test of the summer with an unbeaten series record against New Zealand and the precious urn already on its way back to Lords. I’ll beRead more

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