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Behaviour Change | Coaching Adults

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edcope1
Hi All, a couple of things that I consider to be vital in relation to behaviour change. The term 'athlete-centred' coaching or something similar gets banded around a lot these days, and is widely considered the most appropriate means by which to coach. Central to an athlete centred approach, yet something I still believe overlooked is the requirement to listen and respond to learners. I think that coaches in general are getting slightly better at doing the first of these (listening), but are not so great at (responding). By responding I mean actually changing their practice to better suit the needs and wants of those being delivered to. I would be really interested in hearing about any strategies people employ that first gives people a voice, and second, responds to what people are saying they want and need.
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