Coaching Philosophy Handbook Amar Mann #22646146 KIN 365 Principles of Coaching November 12, 2018
1.Identify your sport of choice and briefly describe your background and experience within the sport as an athlete and if applicable as a coach. 2. Identify your Myer-Briggs Personality Default My Myer-Briggs Personality default is Extraversion, Intuition, Thinking and Perceiving (ENTP), characterized by the following traits: Inventive, abstract, enthusiastic, energetic, logical, theoretical, analytical, complex, ingenious, verbal, novelty seeking, change orientated, global,
adaptable and independent. a) Identify your strengths and how they will make you an excellent coach As a perception based coach I am, global, independent, change orientated, and adaptable. This would cause me to become bored by routine and hardly ever do the same thing regularly. Thus, I would function in a flexible and unplanned way by considering and adapting to the team by allowing options to be available. This would let me stay open to the input of additional information which would aid in the primary function of directing and accompanying the team in different environments. Hence, allowing me to be active in the guiding of practice and allow usage of applicable knowledge. This will allow me to receive an individual’s input and make the necessary changes to increase the experience, gaining of competence and learning in all of the individuals I coach.
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