Good morning

Hot off the press!  We have the results of the international coaching study covering the critical nature of a coach’s role, their major challenges and what great coaches get right.

Athlete Assessments Newsletters – August 2009

We commissioned the study and produced it into a free video – a preview version of the video is available – only 7 mins (we know how busy people are!). It is full of sports coaching research from around the world, condensed into a practical, easy to understand and entertaining format.

Our clients have loved it and feedback excellent, but I know they are bias to our philosophy, so would value your experience.

Click this link to watch the video:  International Coaching Study

I can provide the full length version to those interested, completely at no cost, just let me know. We would love your feedback and comments.

We encourage you to share this resource with others – forward it to coaches, athletes, colleagues, friends and others who may be interested or who would benefit.

Click this link to watch the video:  International Coaching Study

Please let me know  how I can assist you further.

Have the very best week!

My best regards,
Liz Masen and the Athlete Assessments Team

PS:  You and/or your coaches and athletes can subscribe to our e-courses (they are free) on our site (look at the right hand margin). There is one specifically for coaches and one just for athletes…

Liz Masen
Athlete Assessments
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