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Watch Paddy Upton outline what you'll be covering in Week 2 of Coaching in the Knowledge Era.
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PADDY UPTON: Now that we’ve come to the end of Week One, here’s a quick overview of what we’ll be looking at next week. Next week we are going to introduce how athletes learn and grow, which is a framework to help you navigate the changing leadership landscape. And specifically, to use in adopting more of a coaching approach with your athletes. We’ll also cover why it’s important to create thinking athletes, and go on to explore practical ways for you to accomplish this. See you then.
A quick look at what’s coming up.
Next week, you’ll:
  • be introduced to an experiential learning cycle–a framework to help you navigate the changing coaching landscape and to use in adopting more of a coaching (rather than instructing) approach
  • consider why it’s important to create thinking players
  • investigate practical ways to accomplish this through ‘coaching’.

Your task

In the comments, share one thing you’re looking forward to finding out more about next week.
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