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Whats the coaching environment like?

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Clarence’s Answer

That answer can definitely vary. Most, if not all, organizations have a goal and meeting that goal is always met with great effort. With a team of people with different schedules, personalities, experiences, one may already foresee the different obstacles the team may face.

I coached a competitive, middle school dance team for 3 years and the one major thing I took away from it was - preparation was key. When it comes to learning a dance, you must make comprehensive choreography to teach in an effective way. It is similar to coaching, always have a lesson plan for the day, keep a "to-do" list for that practice day, create a schedule to follow, etc. Time efficiency is extremely important.

Of course that is not to underlay the other aspects of effective coaching. Keeping a positive attitude, performing altruistic behavior, give motivation, are all still key to helping your team. I just thought if there was a main take away from coaching, or any leadership for that matter, give a lot towards planning and preparing.

Clarence recommends the following next steps:

Try to shadow a coach, whether it be dance or other sports
Try teaching a dance to a class
Practice public speaking
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Harshita’s Answer

Hey!
It is a really good experience.
My reason to join a coaching institute was to know where i stand amongst a few people and to have a proper schedule for my studies.
There are so many motivating people and this really helps whenever you are feeling demotivated and it is really a fun experience to have people with same goals around you with whom you can grow and learn.
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Gary’s Answer

Usually its a great experience, depending on your atitude and what you want to accomplish with your team..expect fun, lots of energy, instilling character, life lessons by overcoming obstacles, goal setting..motivator..mentor. &.sometimes expect the unexpected..

Gary recommends the following next steps:

Talk to current coaches in your chosen field of interest
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