Archive For The “Coaching” Category

The Why’s, What’s and How’s

By | November 26, 2018

While returning home from a recent trip I watched some TED lectures on the plane that reinforced my approach to coaching and in particular to game planning. Based on this broad verification of the planning process I will now explain how this generic model applies to rugby game planning. Bare in mind that the time […]

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Chaos Theory in Coaching – Lee Smith

By | October 3, 2018

Whether you take a proactive approach or a reactive approach to coaching rugby it all starts at the same place. In order to play the players must be proficient in a wide range of skills be they generic I.e. able to be performed by all the players or position specific. And it is not just […]

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How Coaching Courses Killed Coaching

By | May 16, 2018

Unscrambling the Egg: How Coaching Courses Killed Coaching. Recently I was asked to facilitate a workshop with the national coach development managers from many of the national sporting organisations in a particular nation. I asked them to bring their entry-level coach education resource or level-1 coaching courses manual to the workshop. At the commencement of […]

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