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?
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
Denial/Anger Bargaining Fed -up Acceptance Integration How will you minimise this? How will you support and drive this
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)
Who is on your Coaching Team? Are the best people doing the most appropriate jobs or just the ones they like?
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
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