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Zwei Coaches quatschen
Was machst du eigentlich, Eike?!

Zwei Coaches quatschen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 43:02


Willkommen zu dieser Episode von Zwei Coaches quatschen! In dieser Episode geht es um: Eike! Wir haben festgestellt, dass wir bisher noch nie ausführlich über unseren Werdegang und unsere konkrete Arbeit als Coaches gesprochen haben, daher starten wir mit dieser Episode eine Mini-Serie und nehmen euch mit auf unsere individuelle Reise. Den Start macht Eike und erzählt uns, was sie so als Coach für emotionale Stärke macht und welcher spannende Weg sie vom Pharmaziestudium in Kiel einmal um die Welt, wieder zurück nach Hamburg geführt hat. Vor allem Auslandserfahrungen und eine Auslandsentsendungen nach Indien waren prägende Stationen auf diesem Weg. Nun ist Eike zurück in Hamburg, wo sie nun ihre Leidenschaften Coaching, Yoga, Apotheke und Interimsmanagement in der Pharmabranche Teil ihres Business gemacht hat. Wofür Eike (ein)steht, was sie antreibt und wie sie ihren eigenen Weg entdeckt und ein selbstbestimmtes Leben und Business aufgebaut hat, erfahrt ihr in dieser Episode. Konkret besprechen wir: Welche Stationen Eike in ihrem Leben durchlaufen ist und wie sie es geschafft hat, ihren ganz eigenen Weg zu finden und zu gehen. Wie eine schwierige Zeit in einem Job mit viel Verantwortung und Stress und eine Auslandsentsendung nach Indien dazu geführt haben, dass Eike Yoga und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung für sich entdeckt hat und warum sie diese Dinge nun an ihre KlientInnen weitergibt. Was Eikes großer Antrieb ist, ihren KlientInnen als Coach für emotionale Stärke dabei zu helfen, die eigenen Bedürfnisse wieder besser kennenzulernen und zurück in Balance zu finden. Bei welchen Themen Eike ihre KlientInnen unterstützt, was sie beim Coaching besonders wichtig findet und wie eine Zusammenarbeit mit ihr konkret aussieht. … und auch ganz viel darüber, was Eike ausmacht, was sie motiviert und wie sie das Leben sieht. Mehr Informationen zu Eike, ihren Coaching-Programmen “Finde deine Leichtigkeit” und “90 Days” und Informationen rund um die Themen emotionale Stärke, Stress, Balance und Leadership findest du auf ihrer Website: www.eikefeldmann.com Schaut direkt vorbei und lasst Eike gerne eine Nachricht da! Viel Spaß beim Hören & bis zum nächsten Mal! Deine Eike & Laura ------ Zwei Coaches quatschen ist der Coaching Podcast von Eike Feldmann und Laura Beyer rund um das Thema selbstbestimmtes Leben und Arbeiten, emotionale Gesundheit und Karrierewechsel. Eike lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg, online findest du sie auf www.eikefeldmann.com. Laura pendelt zwischen Österreich (Salzburg, Wien) und Barcelona und ist online auf www.laurabeyercoaching.com zu Hause.

The Coaching Podcast
#113: Uros Budimac - Do you love what you do?

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 37:58


Get ready for this fun and engaging episode, full of passion, on The Coaching Podcast with Coach, Uros Budimac. Uros lives and breathes being a tennis coach and manager, specializing in coaching Women's Doubles leagues. He shares the importance of individualizing your coaching and embracing the uncertainty that tennis and life provides. He shares some great lessons learned from two of his mentors, Louis Cayer (no excuses) and Wayne Elderton (the eternal optimist). Take a closer look at this episode here; Worst coaching moment is when someone doesn't show up (physically and metaphorically) 2:56 Conflict = Expectations divided by reality 4:35 Breakthrough moments - every student is different 6:50 People learn best through opposites 7:15 Sliding Doors: Apply for a job for the experience and see what happens 8:01 What makes a Great Coach? 10:51 (Patience, individualization) We teach people tennis, not tennis to people. Louis Cayer 14.24 How do you balance your time? 14:59 Background behind his playing career 18.18 It's normal to feel anxious when you are competing. 19.48 Hear what is inside Uros' book, "Mine" 21.45 The road of life isn't straight. 22.27 Coaches - what are the common things that you are repeating? 24.53 How to be present 25.51 Confidence and belief 26.35 The power of positive reinforcement (learning from mentors) 29.46 Excuses are for losers. 30.54 What makes a great director of a club? 34.22 Peperbell (www.paperbell.com/podcast) proudly supports this episode of the Coaching Podcast. Uros Budimac - Burnaby Tennis Club Vancouver, Canada Owner of Budimac Tennis Group, Tennis Coach and Author Uros Budimac is a Tennis Canada High-Performance Level 3 Coach and is also certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association and the Spanish Tennis Registry. He has over 20 years of experience coaching players of all ages and ability levels. He has managed tennis programs at Hollyburn Country Club as well as Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club and is one of Canada's leading coaches. Uros creates change in a players' tennis game in a friendly yet highly effective way of communicating and believes that everyone can improve – at all levels of play. He was a National level player in Serbia, followed by a tennis scholarship in the US before moving to Vancouver, Canada and devoting himself to his coaching career, now mainly focusing on Adult Player Development. You can follow him here: Instagram @budimactennis Youtube www.youtube.com/doublestennis Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uros-budimac-b1016727/ Book: www.minedoublesbook.com Website: www.budimactennis.com Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BFatx42LhHA

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Networking: To Communicate and Connect (pt. 2)

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 27:45


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--At With Purpose, we have a heart for people and a mind for business. That is why we have created this 6 month Masterclass. Business owners just like you will be learning together from leadership experts and one another to launch your profits to the next level. Learn from expert leaders to reshape, reorder, and revive your business through tailored action plans.Click here to learn more: http://grow.withpurposellc.com/launch/

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast Special Episode – The Importance of Mentorship and Mental Health with Connor Agnew and Scott Caulfield

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


Connor Agnew, Director of Basketball Performance at Appalachian State University, and Scott Caulfield, Director of Strength and Conditioning at Norwich University, joins the NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon on this Gatorade Performance Partner Special Episode, highlighting “The Importance of Mentorship and Mental Health” in strength and conditioning. The discussion emphasizes the need for coaches to cope with adversity and rely on trusted mentors along their professional journey. Connect with Connor on Instagram: @strengthcoachconnor or Twitter: @CoachConnorSC | Connect with Scott on Instagram: @coachcaulfield or Twitter: @scottcaulfield |  Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscs | To learn more and join the Gatorade Performance Partner Community, visit GatoradePerformancePartner.com. Find additional NSCA resources in the areas of mentorship and mental health, you can stream the NSCA Coaching Podcast and select conference sessions on NSCA.tv.Show Notes“And I think the people that really helped me out the most were the coaches who show me that we're supposed to be having fun as well when this is happening. It's not everyday process where you're supposed to grind and everything's supposed to be uncomfortable. You can have fun. It's a very fun profession overall.” 13:15 “And I think the biggest thing is that athletes understand when you're being genuine and when you're not being genuine. So I think don't be influenced by what you see everybody else posting.” 22:35 “It might just be reaching out to someone that you look up to and you're trying to ask them some questions and just interview them. And maybe, who knows, those conversations can sometimes lead to mentorship. And I think that's the thing I would tell younger people too, is don't be afraid to reach out to people, especially in today's day and age of social media where it really is a good opportunity to reach out.” 27:50 “Mentorship, it's truly a calling of strength and conditioning coaches to connect with your athletes deeper than just reps and sets.” 35:53 “We see them probably more than the head coach will see them, and that's a really big piece. And so we have to make sure that when we're discussing with them any life lessons or coaching them on a daily basis that we're bringing positivity and, really, a growth mindset for them as well, too. And I think sometimes, too, recruiting visits get me a little excited because you get to meet their parents, and you get to meet their family and understand that it's not all just about athletics. It's about people growing overall throughout their own lives and understanding that these parents are trusting us to take care of their kids as much as possible and help them out as much as possible, too.” 44:40

Talking about Coaching
Episode 50 - How can I get my ego out of the way when I'm coaching?

Talking about Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 23:31


It happens to the best of us: Something triggers our ego and instead of being present and focused on the client, we get a little hijacked and aren't serving the client as best as we could have. In this episode of Talking about Coaching our resident coaches Yannick, Nicki and Siawash are discussing why this is an important topic, how it can affect our work with our clients, and what we might do to let this happen as little as possible. We discuss the value of “doing your own work”, why supervision is such an important part of coaching, and we mentioned Yannick's Coaching Uncaged episode with The Coaching Manual author Julie Starr, during which this topic was also covered: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSvk86MXWF0 _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: http://bit.ly/talkingaboutcoachingSign up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): https://mailchi.mp/afc10fc74492/talkingaboutcoachingWatch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG2cC6sgHdLuhBdRqxQNPYgListen to and download all episodes: http://talkingaboutcoaching.buzzsprout.com/Like our Facebook page: http://fb.me/TalkingAboutCoachingJoin our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3023068731067611/Support the show

Petros And Money
Masters in Coaching Podcast- Episode XLVI

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 34:09


Tim Cates talks with Anthony Rouzier about his path to becoming one of the top high school coaches in California and his team playing in the #1 high school football league in the country. Coach Rouzier pivoted from pursuing a career in law, to his true passion of coaching football. Coach talks about building a culture for his program and the importance of being a leader to his players on and off the field.

The Coaching Podcast
#112: Sheri ann Mclean: Bet on Yourself, Believe in Yourself!

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 32:31


Sheri ann loves to learn! Motivated in nurturing her ‘growth bunnies' and curiously asking ‘the mirror question' of others, means that she's invested in growth and development! Sheri-ann can see the greatness in others, guiding them on their own path. Her mantra of ‘bet on yourself, believe in yourself' and being open to any opportunities that come your way, is Sheri-ann's mode of operandum! Even as the CEO of McLean Coaching and Consulting, she's not afraid to get her hands dirty! There are many gold nuggets of wisdom and motivation in this energy top up for sports and business coaches alike. Get to the nitty-gritty in this episode; Coaching Moment that went well: The mirror question – tell me what you see? 2:00 Coaching Moment that didn't go so well: Energy top up 5:15 Sliding Doors: Growth Bunnies - Be open, you'll never know when that opportunity comes 6:40 What makes a Great Coach? 9:40 Ask Us a Question: 13:20 Difference between a psychologist and a coach 14:50 Top challenges: Doubt 16:00 What makes a great leader?: Not afraid to get your hands dirty! 18:27 Cultural background: 19:45 Identity: We have to know who we are 24:00 Poetry: Bet on yourself, believe in yourself. 26:00 What advice would you give to your younger self?: The best is yet to come! 27:00 Asking questions means that you're invested in your growth and development. 30:00 Coaching gold nugget: Don't be afraid to step out 31:20 Peperbell (www.paperbell.com/podcast) proudly supports this episode of the Coaching Podcast. Sheri ann Mclean, Founder and CEO of McLean Coaching and Consulting. Sheri ann was born and raised on the beautiful island of Jamaica. One of her many passions is to help people be the best version of themselves. As we go through the different stages in life sometimes, we might feel like giving up. Sheri-ann always believes that there is something out there for everyone; we just, at times, need a little guidance in getting there. Sheri-ann holds an MSc degree in Applied Psychology from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and is currently a Ph.D. Candidate for the Developmental Psychology program with Capella University. With over 8 years of leadership experience, she has worked as a consultant and as a capacity-building trainer for at-risk communities in Jamaica and facilitated training for educators in inner-city neighborhoods. She has also consulted for the Jamaica Red Cross in their initiative to update their anti-stigma manual. In her current role as Community Administrator at Devereux Massachusetts and Rhode Island, she has led teams through change and implemented stabilization plans in programs. She has also trained in the leadership institute for a non-profit to further develop the skills of staff in leadership and management. Sheri-ann has been recognized for her leadership skills, including the exceptional leadership skills award and dedication to Cluster 2 and Tall-Tee self-achievement award. In 2019, she was recognized in an article for building a sense of community and was awarded Todays Honoree on April 1st, 2019. She was also awarded the Devereux Massachusetts Systems thinker reward and was a 2020 Devereux Leadership Class member. Most recently, she received the Devereux Supervisory Excellence Award in 2021. Sheri-ann enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, singing, reading, and writing books and poetry in her free time.

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Networking: To Communicate and Connect

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:57


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--At With Purpose, we have a heart for people and a mind for business. That is why we have created this 6 month Masterclass. Business owners just like you will be learning together from leadership experts and one another to launch your profits to the next level. Learn from expert leaders to reshape, reorder, and revive your business through tailored action plans.Click here to learn more: http://grow.withpurposellc.com/launch/

Zwei Coaches quatschen
Was ist Coaching und kann es wirklich dein Leben verändern?

Zwei Coaches quatschen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:56


Zwei Coaches quatschen ist zurück und mit dieser Episode starten wir offiziell in die 3. Staffel! Wir haben viele neue Ideen, werden unseren Fokus weiter schärfen, um dir möglichst viele greifbare Ideen und Tools mitzugeben, wie du dir ein selbstbestimmtes Leben und Karriere aufbauen kannst. Bei der Vorbereitung zu dieser Staffel ist uns aber etwas aufgefallen: Wir haben noch nie dezidiert darüber gesprochen, was Coaching eigentlich ist und wie Coaching funktioniert. Daher widmen wir diese Episode genau diesem Thema: Was ist Coaching eigentlich? Wie immer kratzen wir hier nicht nur an der Oberfläche, sondern teilen mit dir unseren Blickwinkel, unsere Herangehensweise an das Thema und was Coaching für uns persönlich bedeutet. Folgende Fragen besprechen wir: Was ist Coaching eigentlich? Wie funktioniert Coaching? Was macht einen guten Coach aus? Kann Coaching tatsächlich dein Leben verändern? Braucht die Welt überhaupt Coaching? Wir würden uns freuen, wenn du uns wissen lässt, wie dir die Folge gefallen hat - und ganz besonders freuen wir uns, wenn du den Podcast abonnierst, uns eine Bewertung dalässt, oder die Folge an jemanden anderen weiterleitest, der oder die sich für das Thema Coaching interessiert. Viel Spaß beim Hören & bis zum nächsten Mal! Deine Eike & Laura ------ Zwei Coaches quatschen ist der Coaching Podcast von Eike Feldmann und Laura Beyer rund um das Thema selbstbestimmtes Leben und Arbeiten, emotionale Gesundheit und Karrierewechsel. Eike lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg, online findest du sie auf www.eikefeldmann.com. Laura pendelt zwischen Österreich (Salzburg, Wien) und Barcelona und ist online auf www.laurabeyercoaching.com zu Hause.

The Coaching Podcast
#111: Martin Fairn - How can coaches bridge the gap from "Truth to Talent"?

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 46:36


What a wonderful dialogue with our guest today, CEO of Gazing Performance Systems, Martin Fairn. Martin has a wealth of experience as a former elite ruby athlete himself and working in the corporate world before co-founding Gazing. Martin and his team work with athletes, teams, and corporates helping train mental skills in order to perform under pressure. They specialize in riding the gap between truth to talent. Check out the pearls of wisdom from this episode at the following time stamps; Worst coaching moment: telling and convincing "versus" this is about a dialogue, not a monologue 2.00 Best coaching moments: when people"playback" what they have heard with meaning, intent and in their own language 3.04 When the golf ball leaves your club, it is in the can't control circle 3.55 Peer coaching: "SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE" 5.41 Sliding Doors 7.46 What makes a great coach? "Truth to talent." 9.57 How do you close the gap? 15.27 If the aspiration is the summit, you have to start somewhere and place your attention on getting to base camp first 17.23 If you want the "win" so bad, this is often someone's greatest motivator and their biggest inhibitor (Mindset is a mental SKILL that can be trained) 18.37 How did Martin handle pressure as a Ruby athlete himself? 21.18 What is the story behind your company's name: 'Gazing' 22.40 And from the website: Our name is derived from the Gazing Principle®, practised and developed by the Japanese swordsman and philosopher Musashi. Musashi's success was based on a ‘double gaze' – one eye on the immediate situation (the opponent) and the other on the bigger picture (the wider battlefield), and the ability to switch constantly between the two. Gazing's approach centres on the human ability to perform under pressure using practical concepts that you can apply immediately. What are the control circles? 24.56 Performing "WITH" pressure 30.31 1) Acknowledge the mindset plays a role (train the mindset skill) 2) Accept that we are all human and vulnerable to pressure and impact performance 3) So, what can you do about it? Build your skills and your resiliency. What skills do I need to add to my toolkit? What is RED to BLUE? It's a framework 33.28 Where our attention goes our energy will follow 34.10 How do you teach presence? 36.55 What are the Red to Blue skills? 38.45 1) Self-awareness 2) Acceptance 3) Selection of attention (energy) What impact has GAZING had on the ALL BLACKS (New Zealand Ruby team?) 43.00 What makes a great CEO? 45.46 Peperbell (www.paperbell.com/podcast) proudly supports this episode of the Coaching Podcast. Martin Fairn is the Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer at Gazing Performance Systems. Martin has been with Gazing from the beginning, and as a co-founder has combined his knowledge gained from many different corporate roles, to develop Gazing's unique framework of equipping individuals to perform well under pressure. Martin leads the development and implementation of Gazing's strategy both in the UK and globally, and ranges from engaging with key customers and overseeing the development of the global partner business, to ensure the constant innovation of the Gazing approach. Martin's role centres around facilitating individual and executive coaching, and team and senior leadership development programmes with the explicit purpose of helping leaders develop the capability to create and sustain an organisation capable of performing under the highest levels of pressure and stress. His work also encompasses delivering at small seminars as well as being a keynote speaker at conferences extending up to 500 attendees, which introduces the concept of “performing under pressure” in a highly practical way that is built on a straightforward understanding of how humans react under pressure. Martin's commercial experience was gained at Xerox in a range of roles ranging from Commercial Sales and Key Account Management to going on to become the General Manager at Xerox in Canada. Alongside his professional roles, Martin has enjoyed a successful Rugby Union career playing for Coventry and he was also selected for England's student team. Twitter: @gazingtraining LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/gazing-performance-systems Instagram: @gazingtraining Facebook: Gazing Performance Systems Website: https://www.gazing.com Please note, that Emma Doyle's new book, What Makes a Great Coach? is out now: US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B9QPW4GH AUS https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0B9QPW4GH UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0B9QPW4GH

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 11: Ashley Jones

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022


Hear from a more than 30-year strength and conditioning coaching veteran in the sport of rugby, Ashley Jones. He talks to NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, about his progression in the field, beginning in 1988 to his current roles as part of the NSCA Rugby Special Interest Group, Awards and Honors Committee, and Certification Committee. Jones provides insight on the important roles of NSCA Committees in supporting the integrity of the coaching profession. Learn more about the expanded roles of strength and conditioning coaches in non-mainstream sports, like Rugby in North America, while also helping to support skill and game development. This episode also includes great lessons on program planning within the team setting and how to emphasize the “human element” in coaching. You can contact Ashley by email at ashley@ashleyjonesstrengthcoach.com| Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscs  Show NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

Talking about Coaching
The last coaching session is coming up. How do I end well? Episode 49

Talking about Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:31


You're 5 out of 6 contracted sessions into your coaching agreement. The last session is scheduled and the engagement is nearing the end. How do you approach the ending? What's important to talk about before we go separate ways? How might I open up the conversation to explore the possibility of continuing to work together? How do I get a good testimonial? What might be a good “exit protocol”? Is it okay to ask for a referral or testimonial? All these and more questions are being discussed by our resident coaches Nicki, Siawash and Yannick in this episode of Talking about Coaching. See also: Episode 36 - How do you start a coaching session? On this link: https://youtu.be/D1Lqsff7hY8_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: http://bit.ly/talkingaboutcoachingSign up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): https://mailchi.mp/afc10fc74492/talkingaboutcoachingWatch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG2cC6sgHdLuhBdRqxQNPYgListen to and download all episodes: http://talkingaboutcoaching.buzzsprout.com/Like our Facebook page: http://fb.me/TalkingAboutCoachingJoin our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3023068731067611/Support the show

The Tennis Files Podcast
TFP 267: The Top Practices of the World's Best Coaches with Emma Doyle

The Tennis Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 52:36 Very Popular


On Episode 267 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I interviewed elite tennis coach and speaker, Emma Doyle, about the top practices of the world's best coaches. Emma is an expert instructor, communicator, and mentor, and has helped several professional tennis players reach their potential on the WTA Tour. She currently runs coaching qualifications for a High-Performance Workplace and Coaching Certification. Emma has also been a Tennis Australia High Performance Coach, and she travels the world as a professional speaker specializing in helping people to maximize and live their potential in the corporate world using lessons learned from her tennis career. She is also the host of The Coaching Podcast where she interviewed hundreds of expert sports and business coaches. On the show, you'll learn how to empower your decision making, how to be in the present moment, how energy is a rhythm, how to manage your energy during matches, how to build your resilience, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Emma! Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! What Makes a Great Coach? What Do I Wear on my Feet to Play Tennis? (2 - 6 year olds) What Makes a Great Coach Website The Coaching Podcast - Emma's Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Zwei Coaches quatschen
Teaser für Season 3

Zwei Coaches quatschen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 2:50


Es tut sich etwas hinter den Kulissen, denn wir arbeiten schon fleißig an neuen Episoden für Zwei Coaches quatschen! Neue Ideen, neue Themen, neuer Fokus - in dieser kurzen Teaser-Episode bekommst du schon mal einen ersten Eindruck! Stay tuned for more - wir sind in Kürze mit einer neuen Episode für dich da! Alles Liebe, Deine Eike & Laura ------ Zwei Coaches quatschen ist der Coaching Podcast von Eike Feldmann und Laura Beyer rund um das Thema selbstbestimmtes Leben und Arbeiten, emotionale Gesundheit und Karrierewechsel. Eike lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg, online findest du sie auf www.eikefeldmann.com. Laura pendelt zwischen Österreich (Salzburg, Wien) und Barcelona und ist online auf www.laurabeyercoaching.com zu Hause.

The Coaching Podcast
#110: Jordan White: Bringing out the best in introverts!

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 36:57


Never underestimate the power of an introvert, especially one who is well versed in the styles of listening, ways of thinking, personality types and holding space for people. Meet our next guest, Jordan White, an avowed introvert, experienced leader and Self-Leadership coach, who specialises in helping people learn more about themselves objectively. He excels in bringing out the best in people, intuitively knowing that you learn more when you listen! The key 'thinking assets' in this episode include; Pineapple on a pizza - what's your take? 1:41 Great Coaching Moment: Being present & doing the research 2:25 Coaching Moment that didn't go so well: Often more power than we know in just being there for someone 3:40 Sliding Doors: Overcoming injury 5:46 What makes a great coach? 8:35 Four different styles of learning: Analytical, Relational, Critical & Task Focused 10:30 What led you down that path? 13:35 Shift in self-acceptance: Myers Briggs & 'Quiet' by Susan Cain 15:00 Go to tip: bring out introverts 18:40 American Football: lessons learnt - teamwork, working towards a common goal 21:20 Leadership & Sports Coaching: You can actually turn a team around 24:40 Mentor in the corporate world 26:40 Self-leadership Coach: Most effective leaders, actually lead themselves well first. 28:14 Thinking Assets: Ways of thinking that are helpful 30:22 Why did you become a coach? - 'The Look and Sound of Leadership' Podcast 33:55 This episode of the Coaching Podcast is proudly supported by paperbell.com E: hello@jordanwhitecoaching.com W: jordanwhitecoaching.com Jordan White is an avowed introvert, experienced leader, and Self-Leadership coach. Driven by his passion for creating a world with less pain and suffering, he takes immense pride in providing compassionate and inspiring coaching services to current and aspiring leaders who tend to identify as inward, radically humble, cerebral, quiet, and introverted. As a Self-Leadership coach, his goals include helping his clients maximize their scientifically-validated thinking assets while minimizing their thinking biases. He provides clients with the tools and a safe space to explore their unique path of least resistance to their success while simultaneously contributing to building a society of Valuegenic Leaders. In addition to his primary role as a Self-Leadership coach, he has been recognized by those he has led and coached for his natural ability to build trust, provide compassionate stability, and inspire hope and growth. He displays an extraordinary commitment to supporting his clients in embracing their unique strengths and encourages them to BE MORE. As a wisdom-seeker and lifelong learner, he holds a Master's in Communication and Leadership and is trained by Coach U (ICF accredited) as an ACC level coach. He is also certified in Axiogenics®, MBTI®, and Emotional Intelligence (EQ). Jordan is a Denver, CO native, where he resides with his wife, Heather. They enjoy much of what Colorado offers, including camping, hiking, concerts at Red Rocks, and an occasional date night out. Core Mission: To bring awareness to the misconceptions of introversion and help introverts embrace their natural and authentic selves to lead a life and career of joyful integrity. Quiet leadership and competence may be less obvious but is no less influential. Areas of Specialty: Personal Development, Leadership Development, Self-Leadership Tools Used: MBTI, EQ Assessment, VQ Profile® Value-Judgement Assessment

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
Turning Coaching Failures Into Success

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 26:17


How can you turn your darkest coaching moment, into your brightest? Through 1 year of podcasting, I've learned a TON. I've been fortunate enough to talk w/ some of the best coaches, researchers, and move specialists in the world. A trait that many of them have in common, is the ability to turn failure into triumph and become better coaching.  Today I share clips from my amazing guests who have done just that.  I will also offer my  insight and takeaways which will hopefully help you on your coaching journey! I hope you enjoy the show!If you like today's episode, leave a review here....If you want to reach me directly, contact me on social media or shoot me @javier@igniteperformance.netEpisode Resources:Episode 4 (1st Clip) w/ Kase Crider Episode 23 (2nd Clip)  w/ Nicholas Morrow Episode 17 (3rd Clip) w/ Mike Gee Credits: Song- "Starstruck" by Freebeats.io 

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 10: Heidi Campo

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022


Learn about the new NSCA Strongman Special Interest Group (SIG) from strength and conditioning coach, Heidi Campo. Campo talks with NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, about her path in strength and conditioning that ran from bodybuilding and powerlifting to becoming a strongman competitor. Campo discusses her experiences spending the winter in Iceland at the “Nest of Giants” with four-time World's Strongest Man, Magnus Ver Magnusson, and how camaraderie in the sport ignited an even stronger passion for her work as a coach. This episode also discusses how strongman is not just for elite competitors, and how training concepts and methods from the sport can be integrated across all levels of athleticism, multiple sports, and for clients of any age.    You can reach out to Heidi on Instagram: @muscleyogi or by email at heidi@coachbta.com| Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscs   Join the NSCA Strongman Special Interest Group to continue the conversation and learn more.Show NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
Basketball Skill Acquisition Roundtable w/ Alex Sarama and Adam Omiecinski

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 60:23


Today Im joined by Alex Sarama (@AlexJSarama) and Adam Omiecinski (@PolkaAdam)!Alex is a basketball coach and educator for Basketball Immersion where they deliver educational content to coaches sound the world. He is also the head coach of College Prep in Borgomanero, Italy and previously worked w/ NBA Europe in Madrid, Spain.  He also teaches at basketball  camps all over the world Alex's focus is on helping coaches stimulate their thinking by combining their personal and practical experiences with the empirical evidence which exists within the research world. Many of these evidence-informed coaching ideas that Alex shares are based upon the Constraint Led Approach (CLA). Alex specializes in helping coaches make sense of the research, putting this into basketball-specific examples so that coaches can immediately integrate these ideas into their practices IAdam his a previous guest on this podcast back on episode 12!..Adam  is a basketball Coach from Upstate NY who focuses on Player Development. He is currently coaching as an assistant at SUNY Adirondack and for Dags Basketball, where he gets to work with athletes from as young as the age of 7 to the occasional Professional. Prior to these positions, Adam assisted at his High School alma mater of Hudson Falls  for 10 years.I hope you enjoy the show!If you like today's episode, leave a review here....If you want to reach me directly, contact me on social media or shoot me @javier@igniteperformance.netEpisode Resources:Alex's twitter Adam's twitter Episode 12 w/ Adam Basketball Immersion Adam's Blog Basketball Immersion Youtube Page Dags Basketball Website Credits: Song- "Starstruck" by Freebeats.io 

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Purpose and Values with Terre Short

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 28:06


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--At With Purpose, we have a heart for people and a mind for business. That is why we have created this 6 month Masterclass. Business owners just like you will be learning together from leadership experts and one another to launch your profits to the next level. Learn from expert leaders to reshape, reorder, and revive your business through tailored action plans.Click here to learn more: http://grow.withpurposellc.com/launch/

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Problem Solving and Entrepreneurship with Dr. Matt

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 29:25


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--At With Purpose, we have a heart for people and a mind for business. That is why we have created this 6 month Masterclass. Business owners just like you will be learning together from leadership experts and one another to launch your profits to the next level. Learn from expert leaders to reshape, reorder, and revive your business through tailored action plans.Click here to learn more: http://grow.withpurposellc.com/launch/

The Coaching Podcast
#107: Grant Baldwin: Who you are is more important than what you do!

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 32:27


As my good friend, Brain James, who is an MC, and has a 'velvet' voice for radio says at the beginning of The Coaching Podcast, "Get ready for this high octane ride, them 'em have it, coach." Our guest today does exactly that, Grant Baldwin, talks a mile a minute and shares some pearls of wisdom from learning how to fly to picking ONE lane when it comes to investing in real estate! He does not hold back and is super clear on what you need to be successful, that is, know these two things: 1. Who do you speak to? (For coaches: Who do you coach?) 2. What problems do you solve? Why? Because most people have a difficult time getting clear on these two things. Or in Grant's words, it's because "most people have a hard time reading the label from inside the jar." An Exciting Announcement: Emma Doyle is releasing her new book, 'WHAT MAKES A GREAT COACH?' early in September. Therefore, in the month of August, we will be doing free Podcasts during the pre-launch period. These will be live every Thursday evening (8 pm MST, USA & 12 noon Australian Eastern Standard time) on The Coaching Cafe Podcast. Here is the link to register for FREE: https://opendoorcoaching.com.au/coaching-qualifications-and-programs/coaching-cafe-free-coaching-webinars-with-icf-cces/ Back to this episode - get ready to take notes on the following topics; Best & Worst Coaching Moments: This is related to when the coach asks great questions that lead you to your own "aha" or epiphany moments for you to come to your own conclusions about a situation - which is a lot more powerful. 2:15 & 3:40 Sliding Doors: Having a child — question everything - I'm going to become a speaker. 7:15 2nd Sliding Doors Moment: The power of a mentor (Lake Tahoe) — "In life, you want to find things where the challenge exceeds the skillset. 7:45 What makes a great coach? Listening and patience (as a coach we have the curse of knowledge and so what a great reminder to remember that as beginners, everyone starts from scratch. 10:40 What are you excited about? What's working? 12:43 Get clarity on these two questions: Who do you speak to (this is linked to what you speak about)? What problems do you solve? 43:54 "You want to be the steakhouse, not the buffet." 16:48 Is it a myth - work-life balance? Ask yourself: "Is this a season, or is this the way it is?" 18:15 Misconception: What makes a great speaker? Remember that "you are a human talking to a collection of other humans." 21:58 When speaking to an audience share with them "here are some of the possible next steps" in order for them to create their own conclusions and best next steps. 25:44 Be self-aware: "Most people have a hard time reading the label from inside the jar." 26:15 What holds us back? "It is easy to overthink and overanalyze to the point that we do nothing." 26:47 At the end of the day: "It is easier to steer a car in motion than it is to steer a car in park." 27:12 What are some of the best ways to engage an audience? 28:12 "Who you are is more important than what you do." 29.29 Stay on the Podcast to the very end to hear Grant's answers to: 'What makes a great speaker?' Someone who is: Human Humble Prepared GRANT BALDWIN BIO Grant Baldwin Professional Speaker and Founder of The Speaker Lab. https://twitter.com/grantbaldwin As founder and CEO of The Speaker Lab, Grant Baldwin has helped thousands of people build successful and sustainable speaking businesses. Over the last 15 years, Grant has become a sought-after speaker, podcaster, author, and accomplished entrepreneur. Featured on the Inc. 5000 list, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and the Huffington Post, he has committed his expertise and insight to equip others to share their meaningful message with the masses. With a mission to motivate other leaders and entrepreneurs, The Speaker Lab has worked with students in all 50 US states and in over 45 countries around the world. In addition, his book The Successful Speaker as well as The Speaker Lab Podcast have impacted thousands of speakers at all levels. His leadership and dedication to creating a one-of-a-kind organizational culture are evidenced by the impact of the team he leads. Grant's favorite moments are those spent with his high school sweetheart, Sheila, and their three daughters. They live in Nashville, Tennessee. This episode was sponsored by LUCKY IN LOVE. Here is the link to shop for http://shopluckyinlove.com/discount/DOYLE20 Discount code is: DOYLE20 to get 20% off all of your golfing and tennis gear for women and kids: Follow - @Shopluckyinlove on Instagram. Thank you to the #luckinlovefam

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 9: Lacey Jahn

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022


Hear from Lacey Jahn, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the United States Marine Corps East School of Infantry. Jahn shares her unusual path into strength and conditioning with NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, including stops in curriculum development and working as a lifeguard. Learn more about tactical strength and conditioning jobs, athletic qualities as they relate tactical performance in the military, and the how to approach attending strength and conditioning education events as a young coach. You can reach out to Lacey on Instagram: @laceylyrla | Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

The Coaching Podcast
#106: Aaron Rusnak: Channel your inner "RUDY". Be brave and follow your dreams!

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:37


Today's guest is one of The Coaching Podcast's regular listeners, Tennis Coach Aaron Rusnak. He lives and breathes the three core qualities of what makes a great coach, someone who is passionate, a great listener and truly cares about their players beyond the wins and losses. Aaron takes us inside his sliding doors moment when he had to leave a club after 12 years and be true to his morals and values. By doing this, he stepped outside of the box, re-discovered himself and is determined to follow his goals and dreams thanks to the wonderful support he has from his family and the many players whose lives he continues to impact today. Please note, Emma Doyle together with Natalie Ashdown, are releasing their new book on the 1st of September. In the month of August, we will be pre-launching the book, 'WHAT MAKES A GREAT COACH?' and doing LIVE Podcasts every Thursday evening (8pm MST, USA & 12 noon Australian Eastern Standard time) on The Coaching Cafe Podcast. Here is the link to listen in: https://opendoorcoaching.com.au/coaching-qualifications-and-programs/coaching-cafe-free-coaching-webinars-with-icf-cces/ Take a deeper dive into Aaron's mindset at the following intersections of this episode; Challenging Coaching Moment – stretching your comfort zone 2:10 The importance of respect 7:45 Sliding Doors – Post a professional career, Aaron faces the identity crisis, "I am a tennis player" versus "I am a tennis coach" 8:54 Conduct a coaching session using questions only (we dare you?!) 12:41 Empower decision-making - Pull information versus push information on your player 14:01 What makes a great coach? 14:31 How do I become a better coach to be recognized on the tour? 16:00 What's your niche? 18:00 Coaches inspire growth - learning from other great coaches 19:10 Click on the link to listen to Darren Cahill's episode on The Coaching Podcast Old school thinking but new school creativity = be true to yourself 21:17 Lead by example, lead with passion and have empathy for your students and your peers 23:10 You can follow Aaron on Social Media via Instagram at inspire2betennis andLinkedIn @ Aaron Rusnak Teaching and Coaching for 26 years Was voted Top 25 male tennis professional coach by Tennis Channel and Tennis Magazine 2021 GPTCA ATP Tour certified Coach 2021 Director of Performance at Five Star Tennis Center Usta Pro Circuit Player 2002-2008 #220 on the Usta Pro circuit Ranking 2008, was Nationally Ranked in 2008 18 in Singles and 8 in Doubles in the Country USPTR Certified Professional USPTA Member Resistance Band Training Specialist Racquet Fit Specialist Former Head Women's and Men's Coach at Elmhurst University 2018 On the Coach of the Year ballot in 2018 for the CCIW on the Women's Side Made history in 2012-2013 season winning Conference on the Men's side at Elmhurst University which had not been done in 52 years Feature Speaker at the Illinois High School Tennis Symposium 2012 & 2015 In 26 years went on to develop players who went on to play at big Division 1 and Division 3 schools from Iowa, Notre Dame, Marquette, Colgate, Valparaiso, Detroit Mercy, Brandeis, Carthage, and many more to also training a player to get ATP Singles Points. Coached a player who went on to win the Wisconsin State Championships in 2021. Background in Regenerative Holistic Treatment. This episode was sponsored by LUCKY IN LOVE. Here is the link to shop for http://shopluckyinlove.com/discount/DOYLE20 Discount code is: DOYLE20 to get 20% off all of your golfing and tennis gear for women and kids: Follow - @Shoplukcyinlove on Instagram. Thank you to the #luckinlovefam

Petros And Money
Masters in Coaching Podcast- Episode XLV

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 25:08


Tim Cates talks with Ben Benavides about returning to his alma mater and coaching the high school football team. His dedication on and off to the field to his players has helped turn around the program from a 1-win team to making the Texas HS State Playoffs last season. Ben also talks about his experience going through the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at CUI Irvine.

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Stress Management with Ellen Leonard

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:01


ellen-leonard.com--Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 8: Dr. Georgia Giblin

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


Learn about the emerging field of biomechanics in professional baseball from Georgia Giblin, the Director of Performance Science for the Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball (MLB) team. Giblin shares her professional journey with NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, from working with Olympic athletes in Australia to educating coaches on emerging technology tools within MLB. This episode features discussion on the recent growth of athletic performance departments, the current state of sport science in the United States, and the helpful role of strength and conditioning coaches in supporting sport science initiatives. Connect with Georgia on Twitter: @GeorgiaGiblin| Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow Notes Coming Soon!Transcript

The Coaching Podcast
#104: Chris Michalowski & Jorge Capestany - What was the one thing that altered the direction of your life?

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 6:17


From time to time, The Coaching Podcast understands that we all lead busy lives, and sometimes you might have less than 10 minutes in your daily schedule to listen to The Coaching Podcast for inspiration. Therefore, our guest coaches this week are Coach Mick (Chris Michalowski) and Jorge Capestany - performance coaches who walk their talk. With years of coaching experience, these bite-sized interviews, from years ago, still hold true today when we reflect on their responses as to what makes a great coach: Coach Mick (1 min, 50 seconds) - believes that a great coach has passion, compassion and empathy. Coach Capestany (4 mins, 58 seconds) - believes that a great coach can see possibilities, is a lifelong learner and can customize their content to meet the needs of the learner. Emma is very grateful to Jorge and his wife, Coach Marty, for their hospitality of love over the years and for introducing her to Coach Mick during a Polar Vortex in Michigan when they were both speaking at a high school conference. You can learn more about each coach below: Coach Mick, Chris Michalowski, USPTA Elite Professional & USTA High Performance Coach From Coach Mick: My ultimate goal is to get to know you better, but first I will fill you in on who I am, just to break the ice. My name is Chris Michalowski. I am a USPTA Tennis Professional and Director of Tennis at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa (click here to see) in one of the most pristine areas of Northern Michigan. Next to my faith, wife and family, tennis is a passion of mine that I hold dear to since I started playing, seriously anyway, at the age of 13. Tennis really broke me out of my shell and gave me confidence in many different areas of my life. I became a ranked junior player and was one match away from winning a state championship in high school. Three years after I started playing, I started teaching at the Midland Community Tennis Center, in Midland Michigan. It is known as one of the top clubs in the nation and recently, Midland won the “Best Tennis Town” by the United States Tennis Association. I loved to teach and wanted to learn as much as I could about the game (it helped my playing too). I knew that teaching was in my future, but my coach at the time encouraged me to stay in Architecture, my other career consideration , because of the long hours and the toll tennis takes on the body. I was accepted into the University of Cincinnati's architecture program, which was rated very high at the time, but the long hours in the studio kept me from playing and teaching. While at Cincinnati, the Ferris State University coach called and informed me that he wanted me to play on the team and take part in their new Professional Tennis Management program, the first ever, endorsed by the United States Professional Tennis Association. I was all over it. I walked through the doors and from there, never looked back. I was a member of the varsity mens team and when I wasn't hitting, I was absorbing all I could to become the best possible teaching professional that I could be. I am still that way and it drives my wife crazy sometimes. But to be honest, I feel that you can never stop learning and becoming even better at what you love to do. I have remained at the resort for 25 years as the director and was a director in the summertime (for 4 years) at one of the most prestigious country clubs in the Midwest at the time. Two jobs was a lot to handle so I decided to stay here where I feel like I was called to be. Thankfully, I stayed or I would not have met my incredible wife and parent four great kids we have been blessed with. One thing that I will always stand by, just like playing a match, is that when you are up 5-2 in the set, remember how you got there and keep doing the things that got you there in the first place. Don't change your game style at a critical time, especially when you are so close to winning the set The same goes for my outlook on teaching and my career. I still average close to 40 hours a week on the tennis court, manage a staff of 12 teaching professionals/instructors and stay active building tennis in my community with sore knees and all. I love being out there and that is what got me to where I am today, so why change things at 5-2 in the set? Do I consider myself an expert? The industry has said yes, but it is not that simple because tennis has changed over time and keeps advancing in exciting ways. I feel that it is important for teaching professionals, like myself , to stay in tune with sport science, new trends and teaching techniques, technology and new ways of teaching the game so that I can stay on top of “my game.” If I taught the same way I did 20 years ago, things would be very different for me right now and I would not have the opportunities and successes that I have been blessed with. Even as a USPTA Midwest Tester, I still learn something each time we administer the teaching exam to new tennis professionals. So what does all this mean? It means that through the use of technology and my knowledge and relationships that I developed with experts from around the world, I hope to be able to have a relationship with you and help in any way that I can to take your game to the next level. At a glance: Professional Tennis Management (PTM) Student of the Year, Ferris State University USPTA Midwest Tester of the Year Expanded current program from scratch to one of Tennis Magazines“Top 50” National Tennis Resorts Director, #3 junior tennis program in the nation (Tennis Magazine 2002) 2003 Michigan Tennis Professional of the Year 2005 Michigan Tennis Professional of the Year 2006 Midwest USTA Team Tennis Coordinator of the Year 2006 USPTA National Star Award 2006 USPTA/USTA National Community Service Award 2006 USTA Midwest “Cap Leighton” Professional of the Year Award 2006 Northern Michigan Tennis Volunteer of the Year Award 2013 FSU/PTM Alumni of the Year Created and administered largest in-school elementary school Rallyball Tennis Program in the nation (660 participants) Coached 52 State of Michigan High School Tennis Finalists, resulting in 25 state champions Member/Coach of USTA Michigan's Coaching Commission Member/Coach of the Midwest Coaching Commission USPTA Certified Specialist in Competitive Player Development Founder and Director of the Grand Traverse Team Tennis and Sports Academy (Tennis + 8 other sports introduced by top leaders in the community) Founder of the Realtennis Network! JORGE CAPESTANY'S BIO Certifications – USPTA Master Professional & PTR International Professional. Jorge is one of only ten people world-wide that has earned the Master Professional distinction with both the PTR and the USPTA. Jorge is also a certified Mental Toughness Specialist through the Human Performance Institute based on the life work of the legendary Dr. Jim Loehr. Jorge also holds a USTA Sports Science certification as well. Honors – Jorge is a 6 time Michigan Pro of the Year and 2 time Midwest Pro of the Year. Jorge is also a member of the USPTA Midwest Hall of Fame. Jorge has been the recipient of many national level awards as a teaching professional and volunteer. In 2015, Jorge was awarded the TIA/PTR Commitment to the Industry Award for his long time work in the tennis industry. In Sept of 2015, Jorge was named the recipient of the 2015 Alex Gordon USPTA Professional of the Year award which he received in New Orleans. Service to Tennis – Jorge has served as the President of the West Michigan USTA District, the President of the USPTA Midwest Division, the Chair of the PTR National Education Committee, and the USTA National 10 & Under Committee. Jorge was also one of original speakers for the Cardio Tennis team that traveled the US delivering workshops and training other professionals in Cardio Tennis. Jorge continues to serve as a USTA Faculty member conducting workshops all over the US for other coaches. Jorge is also a member of the Wilson Premiere Speakers Team and speaks all of the country on behalf of Wilson Tennis. Jorge also serves as a consultant to many clubs in the tennis industry. As an Entrepreneur – Jorge is the founder of Capestany Tennis Inc. which runs tennis websites for players and coaches. His coach's website – www.TennisDrills.tv – has had thousands of subscribers in more than 65 countries world-wide and features more than 2,000 videos of tennis drills that can be viewed online and also printed off in diagram form. His website for tennis players – www.JorgeCapestany.com – features free video lessons for players of all levels as well as a FREE Mental Toughness Video Course and eBook. Jorge was the founder (and later sold) the Tennis T-shirt company Havana Bobs Tennis Shirts which still serves thousands of tennis clubs in the industry As an Author – Jorge has been published in several industry publications and in 1998 he authored his first booklet titled “Tennis Strategy” His second book – “Mental Toughness – workbook for Tennis” is now available only as an eBook and can be accessed for free as part of Jorge's FREE Mental Toughness Video Course on this website or by clicking HERE. Jorge's third book was a collaboration between the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) and Triumph Books titled – The International Book of Tennis Drills. As a Personal Coach – Jorge's programs have developed more than 180 HS State Tennis Champions in Michigan. Jorge has been the personal coach to many nationally ranked juniors in the US including three national champions (Gold Ball winners). Jorge's personal students have earned College Scholarships totaling in the multi-millions in value. As a Speaker – Jorge is one of the most sought after speakers in the tennis world. He is an internationally recognized speaker that frequently presents at the most prestigious National and International tennis conferences, including, the PTR International Tennis Symposium, the USPTA World Conference on Tennis, the USTA's Tennis Teachers Conference at the US Open in New York, the PTR Asia Tennis Symposium in Shanghai China, and the ITF worldwide coaches conference in Cancun Mexico, the Norwegian Tennis Conference in Oslo, Norway, the Tennis Canada coaches road tour throughout Canada, the PTR Wimbledon coaches conference in London, and many regional and national conferences around the US. Jorge is also a member of the “USTA National Tennis Center Professional Advisory Staff” at the US Open. On the Tennis Channel – Jorge was the featured tennis professional on three separate instructional shows on the Tennis Channel. These were all a part of the OnCourt with USPTA show series.

Petros And Money
Masters in Coaching Podcast- Episode XLIV

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 28:28


Tim Cates talks with Jerry Campbell about his 50 years of coaching football at the high school and college levels. Jerry has written 47 books about football and the various offensive and defensive philosophies. Jerry is also an adjunct professor for the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program.

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Improving Leadership

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 22:39


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/

The Art Of Coaching
E231 | How to Craft the Perfect Apology

The Art Of Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 65:48


“I'm sorry.”   Depending on the context, these can be some of the hardest words to say.     Whether it's because emotions are running high, you aren't sure what you're sorry for (but you feel it's what the other party wants to hear), or any number of other conflict resolution scenarios, these words often get used and abused, making their impact dull or unintentional.   In today's episode, we define and address the do's and don'ts of conversational repair, and reveal some common case studies showing the use of these tactics in real life situations.  Some of the core principles discussed include:   Using an apology as a starting point - the beginning of a new set of behaviors (7:45) Having the right timing (9:40) Knowing when or how an apology will actually make things worse (10:55) How to not over-apologize (13:50)   These are meant to help you formulate a research - backed game plan when going into these types of high risk conversations, so that you can avoid the unintentional consequences that so often occur.   Because the fact is that apologies are a messy part of life and leadership, and they will always be required at some level.    Listed below are the materials referenced in this week's episode:   Article reference (12:30): When Saying Sorry May Not Help Art of Coaching Podcast (23:25): E126: Eight Obstacles to Building Buy-In & E207: How Perception Impacts Communication and Relationships Art of Coaching Podcast (31:05): E63: Power Dynamics in Leadership & E202: Why Facts and Logic Don't Change Our Minds Questions? Follow this link to ask us! (40:30)   Today's podcast is brought to you by our awesome sponsors, Momentous and DFND.   Momentous: Whether you're an elite athlete, weekend warrior or just looking to improve your everyday health / performance, check out their entire line of protein and supplements at livemomentous.com and use code BRETT15 at checkout for 15% off! My personal favorites are their fish oil and magnesium, both of which I attribute to my better sleep and recovery.  DFND: As our official compression partner, DFND is engineered to help anyone who loves to train and compete go harder longer, recover quicker, and get better faster. Their first line of compression wear was tested on special forces trainees under the harshest training conditions in the world, but now they're worn by athletes at all levels and anyone serious about performance. Use code: AOC20 to get 20% off your order.

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
111. My PD Planning Process, From Start to Finish

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 27:18


Planning for professional development doesn't have to be difficult. On this episode, I share my PD planning process from start to finish. You'll learn all the steps I take to plan professional learning for the teachers on my team. I walk you through my process, from conducting a needs assessment to following up with teachers and everything in between. Learn how to build a PD calendar, tips for choosing learning targets that align with your campus goals, and ideas for getting started. Click to listen now. -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 7: Elton Crochran

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022


Learn about middle school and high school strength and conditioning from 2022 NSCA Coaches Conference presenter Elton Crochran. Coach “Croc” shares his story about transitioning from collegiate strength and conditioning to his work as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Randolph Field School District in San Antonio, TX. Crochran is currently the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Veterans Memorial High School. He talks about his hands-on coaching session from Coaches Conference, as well as developmental milestones across key stages of long-term athlete development.  Find “Coach Croc” on Instagram: @ecrock2 or Twitter: @TheCrocShow| Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
3 More Common Misconceptions About Ecological Dynamics

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 17:20


On Today's show, I discuss 3 More Common misconceptions for Ecological Dynamics!This is part 2 of a series on "Common Misconceptions About  Ecological Dynamics" As Eco D continues to increase in popularity,  there is an increasing amount of noise out there.  Unfortunately, there are also a lot of misconceptions.  So I wanted to set the record straight on a few of them (at least from my perspective)Whether you are new to EcoD or a seasoned practitioner,  I believe this episode highlights some important concepts for coaching!If you like today's episode, leave a review here....If you want to reach me directly, contact me on social media or shoot me @javier@igniteperformance.netEpisode Resources:Episode 27:  3 Common Misconceptions Movement Terminology Cheat Sheet Episode 25 w/ Cal Jones 

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Consultants talk Leadership and Training with Gina Riley

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 31:30


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
110. Pineapple PD: Learning from Each Other with Heather Ehlschide

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 57:27


Looking for a new way to provide professional development? Try Pineapple PD and let teachers learn from each other through classroom observations! On this episode, middle school instructional coach Heather Ehlschide joins me to talk all about this unique form of professional learning. You'll learn what it is, how to get started, ideas for scheduling it, and how to overcome common challenges. Heathers gives us ideas for how to create a culture of learning and shares the results she's seen from using Pineapple Professional Development. Listen now! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Entrepreneur Journey and Bringing Value with Justin Blake

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 29:59


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
109. The PD Opportunities You Might be Missing

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 29:13


Tired of offering the same old professional development to your teachers? Want to mix things up and try something new? On this episode of The Coaching Podcast, we're discussing the PD opportunities you might be missing. You'll learn ways to deliver engaging professional learning. Join me as I share my experiences with school-wide in-service, after-school PD, and book studies. Click now to listen to the episode! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

Elite Professionals in Coaching
A Word of Encouragement

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:48


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
108. Confident Literacy Coach - A Peek Inside!

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 35:44


Looking to become a literacy coach or improve your coaching skills? On this episode, I share my experiences as a literacy coach and discuss what I learned along the way. You'll also get a sneak peek into my course, The Confident Literacy Coach. This course provides everything you need to coach teachers in literacy and other subjects too. Listen to find out who this course is for, what you'll learn, and how to sign up for a free webinar with highlights from the first two lessons. Tune in now! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 6: Dr. David Szymanski

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


Explore the applied sport science research process in college baseball, and how academic research can be optimized to benefit player programming. This episode features Dr. David Szymanski, the Director of Baseball Performance at Louisiana Tech University, and co-editor of the recently published book NSCA's Strength Training for Baseball. Hear about Szymanski's career path, from college baseball player to coach and sport scientist. This episode covers a wide range of relevant topics, including exercise selection, performance technology, student pathways, and the emergence of performance director roles across Major League Baseball (MLB).  Find David on Instagram: @drdavidszymanski or at his program website: LA Tech Sport Science| Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

Elite Professionals in Coaching
Businesses Implementing Paid Time Off

Elite Professionals in Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:51


Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this week's topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/withpurpose-consulting/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--

The Coaching Podcast
#100: Kyle LaCroix: Attitude of Gratitude! - Celebrating the 100th Episode

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 56:16


It's our celebration episode – 100 shows of The Coaching Podcast and we couldn't think of a more loyal supporter of the show than Coach Kyle LaCroix; he listens every week and was the very first guest to be interviewed on the show! Emma met Kyle through a mutual friend, when she was visiting their tennis facilities in Florida many years ago, and she is a huge fan of Kyle's work and the way that he thinks outside of the square. You are in for a real treat today, as the data on the Vegemite question is finally in! Kyle has been waiting 6 years to get back onto the Coaching Podcast to share his scientific take on Vegemite, the two-bite rule; a little dab will do you, and his lifelong battle with that rare disease called enthusiasm! The light bulb moments in this epic 100th The Coaching Podcast episode, include; Throwback to Season 1: Episode #2 Kyle LaCroix 3:00 Emma's Coaching Podcast picks: #8 Claude Sliver & #31 Patrick Mouratoglou 3:48 The Vegemite Question revisited 6:27 The two-bite rule 10:10 Cilantro/Coriander; you either love it, or hate it! 12:11 Coaching Moment: Every day I get to coach. 13:07 Attitude of Gratitude 14:50 No one has lost more Wimbledon finals to the Wall. 16:00 Born with a rare disease, called enthusiasm! 16:56 Coaching Moment: Kicking the tyres and lighting the fires. 18:11 Vulnerability – the first thing we look for in others, the last thing we look for in ourselves. 20:38 Sliding Doors: Living in a Walmart parking lot, I just don't think you'll ever be good enough and taking a huge risk on a vision that didn't exist yet. 22:44 What makes a great coach? The key is eagerness. 28:17 What's that one question? 33:18 Paralysis of Analysis: Cause their idea, to become your idea. 36:44 ‘We teach people tennis, we don't teach tennis to people.' 38:50 #74 Louis Cayer SETS Consulting: Specialised Educational Tennis Solutions 40:25 Why top athletes fail?: Fear of Failure (71%), Negativity (68%) and Perfectionism (54%). 45:40 The stats are in: Tennis is not a game of perfection; it's a game of percentages. 48:39 The Losers Edge 49:40 One piece of advice: It's nice to be important, it's more important to be nice. 51:30 Love Serving Autism: Lisa LaCroix 53:00 A huge thank you to Simon Blair for being one of the original founders of The Coaching Podcast, for picking the original name ;) and for his continued support of the show. To our sponsor, Tina Samara and her business, Transition Coach 4 Athletes. And to our editor, Carolyn Doyle, yes - it's a sister act each week! If anyone is interested in securing Caz for copywriting, she is the best! Stay tuned until after the credits roll for a snapshot of the Vegemite Question in rehearsal! Please tag a friend, coach or business entrepreneur that you know would love to join the Coaching Podcast family of learn-aholic subscribers. Reach out to Emma; info@emmadoyle.com.au if you know of a tennis, sports or business coach that we should definitely have on the Podcast in Season 5 and beyond! The Coaching Podcast https://www.opendoorcoachingusa.com/ SETS Consulting https://setsconsult.org/what-we-do/ Kyle LaCroix is a USPTA and PTR certified Tennis professional, USTA High Performance Coach, an ITF Level 3 coach, a United States Center for Coaching Excellence Certified Coach Developer, a USPTA Tester for 15 Years. He has worked at academies, camps and private clubs as well as professional players throughout his four-decade-long career. Along the way, he has served the tennis industry serving on numerous USPTA national committees as well as speaking at numerous division conferences as well as World Conferences. He has earned recognition in the industry as a leader, mentor and award winning professional tennis coach through his desire and generosity of “paying it forward”. He is the Chief Education Officer of SETS Consulting (Specialized Educational Tennis Solutions) and has been the Assistant Director of Tennis at The Oaks at Boca Raton for the past 17 Years. Kyle graduated from Ferris State University's Professional Tennis Management Program and holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a M. Ed from Stanford University.

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
107. How Every Coach Can Be an SEL Coach with Maria Austin

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 55:17


There's a lot of interest in social-emotional learning these days. You may be wondering how to incorporate SEL into your coaching practice. Or, maybe you're thinking about becoming an SEL coach. In this episode, I'm talking with Maria Austin, an SEL instructional coach. We chat about her journey from teacher to coach, what an SEL coach does, and how she defined her role. Tune in to learn how every coach can be an SEL coach! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

The Coaching Podcast
#99: Becky Magnotta: The Magic in Metaphors!

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 42:48


Becky Magnotta is a leadership coach that finds the magic in metaphors – my coaching; think of it like a three-legged stool! – and you'll never look at another three-legged stool in the same way again; it's the triad that works!! Becky isn't afraid to give feedback, even the kind that could get you fired, and recognises there is a gift in everything but sometimes gifts come in ugly packages! As a concert pianist, Becky brings the gift of curiosity, joy and awe in her ability to listen and recognise patterns in people. Homestead Coaching and Consulting, LLC., builds on a family legacy of great leadership, focused on the notion that everybody deserves a great place to work, building others through accountability and feedback. What's going to be your learning takeaway from this ‘Tyrannosaurus-Bex' episode? Coaching Moment – Ask those simple, pertinent questions. 1:20 Coaching Moment – Not working harder than your client! 3:06 Sliding Doors – Sometimes gifts come in ugly packages! 6:44 (Kim Miles – https://www.opendoorcoachingusa.com/podcasts/the-coaching-podcast/episodes/2147691667 ) What makes a great coach? 10:30 Great questions, make great coaches - What keeps you coaching? 12:43 (Judy Sabah - https://www.opendoorcoachingusa.com/podcasts/the-coaching-podcast/episodes/2147727342 ) Homestead Coaching – A family legacy. 14:05 Characteristics of a great leader – Accountability Cycle 17:10 Performance anxiety as a concert pianist and self-compassion 19:35 What do I use from my Piano in coaching. 23:50 Association for Talent Development (ATD) 24:08 Accountability – This could get me fired! 29:25 (Chris Kachel – https://www.opendoorcoachingusa.com/podcasts/the-coaching-podcast/episodes/2147713627 ) My coaching; think of it like a three-legged stool – it's the triad that works! 32:49 What is the gift? There is a gift in everything. 37:54 Becky-isms – The magic in metaphors! 39:33 Becky Magnotta, MBA, PCC, CPQC Leadership Coach and Leadership Development Expert Becky Magnotta is the founder and Executive Coach & Consultant for Homestead Coaching and Consulting, LLC. https://www.homesteadcoaching.com/ She has over thirty years of corporate experience with Lee Hecht Harrison and BetterUp, and twenty years of Leadership and Talent Development experience. Becky received her formal coach training from Blue Mesa Group in 2015. She is a Certified Positive Intelligence Coach (CPQC), and achieved her PCC Coaching Community of Practice. She is currently serving her second year as Director of Communications for the ICF-Colorado Chapter. Becky Magnotta was the Chair for the ATD International Conference (a 13 thousand-person event) and a member of the Planning Advisory Committee in 2020, and 2021. Becky enjoys public speaking and has presented talent management, leadership, and coaching topics at many conferences and events including; ATD International Conference, ICF's International Coaching Week, Human Capital Institute Employee Engagement Conference, EX Impact, and South Oil and Gas Leadership Meeting. Becky has a bachelor's degree in Piano Performance from the University of Denver, and an M.B.A. with a finance emphasis from Regis University in Denver. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, traveling, and the sights and sounds of Colorado with her husband, Steve. For more great coaching information and links visit: The Coaching Podcast website https://www.opendoorcoachingusa.com/

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
106. Technology Coaching with Italy Wallace

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 48:51


What is technology coaching and how can it impact student learning? On this episode, I chat with Italy Wallace about being an instructional technology coach. We discuss what tech coaches do, the services they provide, and how their work enhances instruction. If you're thinking about becoming a technology coach or want to learn more about what they do, this episode is for you! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast
NSCA's Coaching Podcast, Season 6 Episode 5: Jonathon Weakley

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022


Connect with a young researcher and coach on exploring strength and power topics within elite sport, including a deep dive into velocity-based training. This episode features Dr. Jonathon Weakley, of Australian Catholic University and Leeds Beckett University, discussing his path from growing up in New Zealand, working and studying in the United Kingdom, and performing coaching-centric research with athletes in Australia. Listen in as “Jono” connects with Eric McMahon, the NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, on uses of weight room technology, providing appropriate coaching feedback to support athletic performance, and the global strength and conditioning and sport science landscape.     This episode mentions the following research papers from NSCA journals:    Weakley, J, Mann, B, Banyard, H, McLaren, S, Scott, T, and Garcia-Ramos, A. Velocity-Based Training: From Theory to Application, Strength and Conditioning Journal (43)4: 31-49, 2021  Weakley, J, Wilson, K, Till, K, Banyard, H, Dyson, J, Phibbs, P, Read, D, and Jones, B. Show Me, Tell Me, Encourage Me: The Effect of Different Forms of Feedback on Resistance Training Performance, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 34(11), 3157-3163, 2020  Find Jon on Twitter: @JonathonWeakle1 | Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow NotesShow Notes Coming Soon!

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
105. What Makes a Math Coach Special with Staci Erickson

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 59:57


Thinking about becoming a math coach? Not sure exactly what they do or if it's the right fit for you? On this episode, I sit down with math coach Staci Erickson from Math Coach Minute. We talk about what makes a math coach special and different from other types of instructional coaches. She explains what she does, a typical day for her, and how to get started in this role. If you're thinking about becoming a math coach or are simply curious about what they do, this episode is for you! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

Petros And Money
Masters in Coaching Podcast- Episode XLIII

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 24:49


Tim Cates talks with long time girls volleyball coach Bret Almazan-Cezar about his career in coaching and now his new job working with the Pac-12 Conference. Bret won 11 state CIF titles and was a 4x National Coach of the Year. Bret also talks about his experience graduating from the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program.

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast
104. Making Teacher Reflection a Common Practice: A Coaching Call with Monika Puzio

Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 35:48


When teachers reflect on their practice, it allows them to grow and improve as educators. On this episode, I talk with ELA coach Monika Puzio about making teacher reflection a common practice. We chat about encouraging new teachers to reflect on their practice and ideas for tiering support. This episode includes discussions about using video coaching and student work for reflection. Listen for practical strategies you can start implementing right away. -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B InstagramBuzzing with Ms. B TpTThe Coaching Podcast Show Notes Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: the Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros

Petros And Money
Masters in Coaching Podcast- Episode XLI

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 24:25


Tim Cates talks with Concordia University Irvine men's basketball coach Ken Ammann about his program and the success he's had at the NAIA and NCAA D2 levels.