Delivering face-to-face training for All Stars & Dynamos Activators, yesterday, and came across my least favourite All Stars activity — diamond cricket. IMO There really is so much to dislike about this game, and little to recommend it.
Category Archives: Coach education
How do coaches learn to be better coaches?
When I first I qualified as a coach, back in 2009, I was told “get your coaching badge, then go and do some coaching.” It felt odd, having just completed a “taught” course, but it seemed almost a recognition of the failure of coach education to actually teach the new coach what they should do. …
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We don’t talk any more…if we ever did — on (the absence of) coaching discourse amongst cricket coaches, and a possible role for Communities of Practice in coach development
When did you last have a serious coaching conversation with a fellow coach? Not about who gets to use the bowling machine first, or about an individual a player, or the opposition for next week’s game. But actually about the art and craft of coaching? Just before Christmas, I stumbled into what could evolve into …
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