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Chris Chapman
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Talent and Performance Rapport Building and Communicating

Flip Thinking: Stepping into the Athlete’s Shoes

Considering how the athletes at your sessions think and feel is a key step in ensuring that your coaching environment meets their needs. Key points to think about include how and when you communicate with athletes

Picture this. It’s the first day in a talent development environment. You have coached here before, you’re feeling excited and you can’t wait to get started. Now pause for a minute and flip your thinking. Step into the athlete’s shoes.

Ask yourself:

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Chris Chapman