Taking charge of your coach development – Part 10

Coach Growth

Part 10 – Using feedback

Jeff Mitchell – Community Coach Advisor – Sport Auckland / GACU

This is the tenth 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 last issue of Taking charge of your coach development we looked at how observing other coaches can improve your own coaching. You can also learn a lot by reversing roles and having another coach provide feedback on your coaching. In this article we will look at who can provide you with feedback, how to get this feedback, and what to do with it.

What is feedback?

Feedback is information that you receive about your coaching. Feedback can be either internal (feedback you identify by yourself) or external (feedback provided from other people). Examples of internal feedback include reflecting on your coaching, measuring your objectives…

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