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When I was first starting my career in Strength & Conditioning, a mentor of mine once told me, "What you see is what you coach". He couldn't be anymore correct. Let me explain. You Create Your Environment You set the
Introduction Michael Fertik wrote an excellent article titled “Managing Employees in Their Twenties” in the Harvard Business Review last month. What I enjoyed about Michael’s blog post was the simple to read tips about what it is that keeps
Coaching requires a great understanding of leadership that is rarely taught in any kinesiology or exercise science coursework. You will rarely find it taught in any conference or certification body. It is often only developed through personal growth
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Being a leader isn’t a temporary job. It’s not season position or a typical nine to five. It isn’t a trait that you can turn on or off at your disposal. Being a leader is a permanent