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9  Coaching needs Innovation  Innovation needs Change  Change needs Planning  Planning needs Understanding

10  Change & Innovation WILL cause a performance drop Performance Time Change Increase in performance

11  Establish what needs to continue being done the same way  Establish what needs to stop  Establish what needs to be improved  Establish what needs to be new

12  How coaches/players learn  People’s reaction to change & innovation  Who is involved - The Team & The Club  Leadership

13 Concrete Experience Activist Concrete Experience Activist Theoretical Concepts Theorist Theoretical Concepts Theorist Reflective Observer Reflector Reflective Observer Reflector Practical Experimentation Pragmatist Practical Experimentation Pragmatist Kolb

14  Activists (feel & do) ◦ Doing something new ◦ Trying out things  Reflectors (feel & watch) ◦ Observe ◦ Time to think ◦ Review progress  Theorists (think & watch) ◦ Reading about why ◦ Analysing the issues  Pragmatists (think & do) ◦ Experimenting ◦ Producing action plans  Plan?  Do?  Review?

15 Denial/Anger  Denial/Anger ◦ Ignore it ◦ Keep doing the same thing ◦ Who is he/she to change things Bargaining Fed -up Acceptance Integration  Bargaining ◦ Maybe I don’t need to accept it ◦ If I keep coaching/playing/training this way it will be fine ◦ Maybe I can hide and avoid it  Fed Up ◦ Pointlessness ◦ Refusal ◦ Obstruction  Integration ◦ Experimenting with new ideas ◦ Settling in ◦ Behaviour changing  Acceptance ◦ OK so it’s going to happen anyhow ◦ Better get prepared ◦ See what needs to be done Time Performance

16 Denial/Anger Bargaining Fed -up Acceptance Integration How will you minimise this? How will you support and drive this

17  When is it a Team and when is it a Group?  Group ◦ Any number of people who interact with each other, are aware of each other and perceive themselves as a group  Team ◦ A distinguishable set of two or more individuals who interact interdependently to achieve specific, shared and valued objectives  Who is in your team? ◦ Players, Coaches, Coach Developers, Mentors, Manager etc, etc, etc  Learning Styles?? (previous slide)

18  Who is on your Coaching Team?  Are the best people doing the most appropriate jobs or just the ones they like?

19  A Good Leader: ◦ Creates a climate with a shared vision ◦ Helps develop the innovation ◦ Liaises between the team and interested parties ◦ Encourages team member growth ◦ Is supportive ◦ Gives direction where needed

20  Do you understand how your coaches/players learn  How will they react to change & innovation  Do you have a Team or a Group and who have you included  What type of Leadership is being exhibited

21  Coaching needs Innovation  Innovation needs Change  Change needs Planning  Planning needs Understanding

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