Observations cross referencing with coaching

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Observations Cross-referencing with coaching standards Consultation with other support personnel or specialists Feedback from senior coach or mentor 2.2.Self-Reflections Methods Again several methods can be implemented by the coach to help him on the process of evaluation and improve as a professional, doing his job with more accuracy. coaching diary mentoring video self-analysis 2.3.Coaching Styles Coaching can works in different ways, depending who you are coaching, a child, elder, amateur, professional, any disability and the style of coaching vary according to your target and their way to behave to each style. With a child, for example, it can be used a directive style, probably it will not work. First of all, the coach need to identify how his group react and respond better to each way, then he/she can work on it, coaching styles may include: friendly and approachable while maintaining a 'professional distance' directive regarding non-negotiable issues such as safety factors directive regarding not-negotiable issues casual critical friend motivational
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disciplinarian humorous when appropriate organised and efficient supportive and encouraging 2.4.Professional Development Plan Developing a professional plan may be hard, and the coach must take care at this point, he must know how to integrate all topics already listed above, must have a harmony among them to work well. It cannot be focused in just one subjective and be negligent with two or more, it must be lived the philosophy taught by the coach, by himself. What can be included in this plan: career objectives coaching standards or best practice to be met lifestyle adjustments psychological approaches use of mentor or senior coach use of support personnel identified deficiencies strategies to improve performance 3. Analyse Own Coach Performance 3.1. Own Coaching Philosophy
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