While working on my two soccer coaching licenses (G & F) I learned a ton from the instructors who were pulling from decades of experience coaching players of all ages.
There were some obvious gems and then some other distinct pieces of advice and counsel that seriously challenged the way in which I not only viewed my role as coach but also as a leader in business organizations.
For instance, when asked about the qualities that they looked for in a coach for U-10 and below, this is what one of the instructors said without equivocation:
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Sweet stuff here. Free download of Dotted Paper too.
I had a blast last week @ GROK 2015 which is categorically a different type of conference; the 10/20’s, as they are called, are always completely refreshing and the conversations span the gamut from software development, entrepreneurship, to raising kids and even conversations around how to choose and pick a career.
Those aren’t small questions, mind you, but they kick off serious inquiry both individually and corporately. Most importantly, I like how it cuts through the bullshit – there needs to be more of that everywhere.
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This isn’t a bad explanation.
Not exactly a new concept but it looks like it’s done well, which may mean that it could work for you (and your team) really well: Talllly.
I think it’s 4 “l’s”…