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Styles Of Coaching

Authoritarian/Autocratic The authoritarian coaching style is often said to be one of the most commonly used. This coach makes all the decisions, with an emphasis on strict discipline and aggression. He or she decides what the goals of the session are and plans it thoroughly.
Friendly/Personable This style of coaching is characterised by an easy and approachable manner and a much closer rapport between coach and player. The friendly/personable coach values positive relationships.Players are treated as individuals as the coach is interested in him
Distant, Yet Approachable The coach exhibiting the distant, yet approachable style maintains a detachment or aloofness from the players, while still being prepared to listen to player concerns if approached. This style makes it easier to make and deal with the hard desicions.
Delegatory/Democratic This coach uses a range of support staff with expertise in various fields. The delegatory/democratic style is often seen at the elite level due to the high level of expertise required. An elite sporting club might employ a variety of positional coaches.
Created by: hollas23