Welcome to April’s Top 10 on the 10th coaching blog! This month we focus on some different ways to keep our coaching brains engaged and look at how we can develop ourselves in other areas of our coaching practice. Take a look below at 10 top tips on how you can keep your coaching brains active:

 

  1. Spend some time reflecting on where you are in your coaching journey, and where you might like to go. What have you learnt so far? What has been successful and/or challenging? What areas are you looking to change and develop?

 

  1. Practice developing your observation and analysis skills by downloading our statistics sheet, grabbing a cuppa and catching up on some of the Vitality Netball World Cup games

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  1. Invest some time in you – often as coaches we invest so much of our time in the development of others. Take a look at these 10 simple steps to support your well-being

 

  1. Take some time to look at planning and goal-setting. For example, what are some of your personal coaching goals, and what steps could you take to try and accomplish them?

 

  1. Check out UK Coaching’s Learning and Development platform for lots of handy tips and guidance – they also have a selection of their most valuable subscriber resources, available for FREE until the 3rd May 2020!

 

  1. Explore podcasts, resources and books that are available in other areas of coaching, for example psychology, leadership, practice design and game-sense to name a few!

 

  1. If you are mid-way through your UKCC Level 2 or 3 qualification, invest some time to go through other tasks and work towards the goal of your portfolio submission!

 

  1. Reflect and build upon your coaching philosophy.  If you are looking to develop and create your coaching philosophy, check out this helpful article from UK Coaching for some helpful tips and guidance

 

  1. As we head into the development of our 2021-2025 strategy, let us know what we can do to help support and develop you, our coaches! If you have any ideas you would like to share with us, please let us  know at coaching@englandnetbal.co.uk and help us to shape our next coaching strategy

 

  1. Keep your eyes peeled on our England Netball Coaching Facebook and Twitter platforms for more coach development opportunities and interactions we will be sharing soon!

 

Let us know how you are keeping your coaching brains active!  Drop us an email or contact us on Facebook or Twitter , and if you have any questions, we are ‘here if you need’! 🙂

 

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