Tag: coaching

  • 494

    Laconic Coaching “He who knows how to speak, knows also when” – Archidamidas Ancient Greece was a fascinating culture, and a fascinating time. Even the way they communicated is fascinating. Greece was obsessed with rhetoric; the ability to debate, and to deliver elegant and persuasive speeches was highly prized in society. The exception to this […]

  • 143: Edge of ability

    Some runaway thoughts noted, upon reflection of a fine day Coaching. Or as I like to see it, facilitating realisation. To that end, a Coaches role in the process I believe, is to become progressively dispensable. School can not equip the Coach of all things with which he/she can use to prepare athletes. It’s the […]