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 A look at the ‘C’ system and its application to coaching elite
athletes
 A look in depth at Connection; Competence and Creativity
 Finding some more ‘C’s
 Examining how to use external frameworks to help us
The ‘C’ system (Lerner)
Connection
 Helping Coaches and performers connect with each other,
their chosen activity and all of its outcomes.
Confidence
 Ensuring adults understand how to define success and
knowing (at the appropriate level) how to improve and how
long it might take.
Competence
 Coaching for the level of competence identified by the
performer and coach, and any external standards.
The ‘C’ system (Lerner) contd.
Creativity
 Encouraging adults to find their own ways to practise. play and
perform in the whole continuum of practice to performance.
Character
 Respecting the codes of sport. Having standards for correct
behaviour, a sense of right and wrong and integrity.
Caring and Compassion
 A sense of sympathy and empathy for others.
Connection
 Coach
 Performer
 Sessions
 Jointly set goals
 Sport
Goleman
Emotional and social intelligence
Self- awareness
Self- management
Socialawareness
Social facility
•Synchrony
•Self-presentation
•Influence
•Concern
Goleman
Emotional and social intelligence
Self- awareness
•Emotional self-awareness
•Accurate self assessment
•Self confidence
Social- awareness
•Primal empathy
•Empathic accuracy
•Listening
•Social cognition
Self- management
•Self control
•Transparency
•Adaptability
•Achievement
•Initiative
•Optimism
Relationship management
•Inspiration
•Influence
•Developing others
•Change catalyst
•Conflict management
•Teamwork and collaboration
Social awareness
 Primal empathy
 feeling with others
 sensing non-verbal emotional signals
 Attunement
 listening with full receptivity
 attuning to a person
 Empathic accuracy
 understanding another person’s thoughts, feelings and intentions
 Social cognition
 knowing how the social world works
Relationship management
 Synchrony
 interacting smoothly at the non-verbal level
 Self-presentation
 presenting ourselves effectively
 Influence
 shaping the outcome of social interactions
 Concern
 caring about others’ needs and acting accordingly
How does your athlete connect?
Myers Briggs
 Does your athlete prefer to focus on the outer world
or on their own inner world? This is called
Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I).
 Information: Does your athlete prefer to focus on the
basic information you offer or do they prefer to
interpret and add meaning? This is called Sensing
(S) or Intuition (N).
Myers Briggs
 Decisions: When making decisions, does your
athlete look at logic and consistency or first look at
the people and special circumstances? This is called
Thinking (T) or Feeling (F).
 Structure: In dealing with the outside world, does
your athlete prefer to get things decided or prefer to
stay open to new information and options? This is
called Judging (J) or Perceiving (P).
The body, you and your athlete
 Is there a sense of joint
ownership / connection
with the Athlete’s body?
 During training sessions
 Injury
 When writing / devising the
training schedule
 What’s the proportion?
 Sticking to a diet
 Monitoring body changes
Competence
 A jointly owned agenda
 Timed progression
 Sense of achievement
 A mixture of knowledge and ignorance
Rebranding competence
Unfamiliar
context
Position Y
Knowledge management
Z
Familiar
problems
Unfamiliar
problems
Y
Familiar
context
Position Z
Ignorance management
The competence and ignorance journey
Conscious competence
Unfamiliar
context
Unconscious incompetence
Unfamiliar
problems
Familiar
problems
Conscious competence
Unconscious competence
Conscious incompetence
Familiar
context
Creativity
 The team player
 The experimenter
 The cross-pollinator
 The hurdler
 The collaborator
 The director
 The designer
 What kind of creativity and
where?
Confidence
 Self-worth
 Self- efficacy
 Differentiation
Character
 Do you have a code of conduct for coaches, officials and players?
 Do you teach your players how to thank opponents after a game?
 Do you teach your players how to talk with each other after a game?
 Have you ever questioned an official:
 During a competition
 After a competition
 Face to face aggressively
 Have you ever suspended a player for misconduct
 Have you ever manipulated the rules of a competition
 Have you ever shouted at a player for poor performance
Caring and Compassion
 Supportive
 Allow for individual differences
More Cs
• Courage
 Choking
• Consistency
 Coping
 Clarity
 Challenge
 Commitment
 Communication
 Capacity
 Control
 Coordination
 Concentration
The books
 Coaching the whole
child: Positive
development through
sport
 How to deliver
engaging sessions:
Developing adults
and young people
through sport
 Both available from
Coachwise
www.coachwise.ltd.uk
 Social intelligence
2007 Daniel Goleman
 The New Leaders 2002
Goleman; Boyatzis;
McKee
 The Art of
Innovation 2004 Tom
Kelley
 Ten Faces of
Innovation 2008 Tom
Kelley and Jonathan
Littman
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Presentation: Dave Haskins