Publisher: Wasteland Press
In summary, Foundations of Coaching is a comprehensive book familiarizing coaches with potential duties involved with the coaching profession. There are numerous coaching demands not relayed to teacher-coaches before they get in professional roles. These are the duties facing beginning, experienced assistant coaches, as well as head coaches and athletic directors. Business professions hire employees possessing these coaching qualities. Coaching services are integral to all sports and sport related fields, as well as in business professions. Numerous corporations and privately-owned businesses invest in leaders serving as coaches as a cost-effective way to help employees increase effectiveness. When coaching techniques and philosophies are employed in the workplace, they create better performing organizations and loyal workforces. Consequently, businesses and school districts are increasingly turning to the skills of coaching for help in developing and implementing career and life plans. Foundations of Coaching provides a depth of knowledge. Current and future coaches will build knowledge in specific areas, such as societal sport, sport administration, sport events and facility management, sport marketing, sport law, and sport economics. Foundations of Coaching has been designed exclusively to meet the needs of the evolving coaching profession. It provides structure encompassing core principles and practices. It equips future coaches with a necessary toolbox of techniques to become a skilled and confident professional coach in a career, as well as fulfilling a life satisfaction capacity. This book provides an in-depth look into all duties of coaching required for success.