Taking charge of your coach development – Part 5

Coach Growth

Part 5 – Reflection

Jeff Mitchell – Community Coach Advisor – Sport Auckland / GACU

This is the fifth article in a series of 13 on developing your coaching skills. For the full list of articles in the series see the articles page.

In the previous issue we learnt how you can use goal setting within your session plans to improve your development as a coach. To really make goal setting work you need to review and reflect on the sessions you deliver and the goals you set. It is through reflecting on your coaching that you really start to grow as a coach.

What is reflection?

Reflection is the process of stepping back from your coaching and taking a deeper look at it. It can be seen as a form of problem solving which helps you to turn your experience into knowledge. Reflection requires you to think about what…

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