Do You Have 3 Good Coaching Skills for the Team You Lead?
Good coaching skills are needed in the development of a strong team. Hundreds of books have been written, and many seminars have been created to teach teamwork. But the question remains, what exactly is teamwork?
What are you as a leader supposed to know to enable your organization, business, charity group, or church to become the very best team that they can become?
If you are a team leader, you are a coach. So, what exactly is the job description of a coach?
Here are 3 basic principles that every good coach should have.
Having a good coaching skill is all about helping those on the team to master their unique skills.
Someone with a good coaching skill is one who helps the team, as a whole, overpower their weaknesses.
A good coach focuses more on preparation and the time it takes to be ready than the game itself.
What do you think about these three principles? How are you doing? Would you place yourself in the category of a good coach and leader?
Teamwork divides the task and doubles the success. ~Unknown
Teamwork doesn’t tolerate the inconvenience of distance. ~Unknown
None of us is as smart as all of us. ~Ken Blanchard
People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.” ~Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), football coach for the NFL
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. ~Working together is success. Henry Ford
The era of the rugged individual is giving way to the era of the team player. Everyone is needed, but no one is necessary. ~Bruce Coslet, Coach, Bengals
Development Conflict is inevitable in a team … in fact, to achieve synergistic solutions, a variety of ideas and approaches are needed. These are the ingredients for conflict. ~Susan Gerke, IBM, Leadership
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. ~Michael Jordan
When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality. ~Joe Paterno
A self-reinforcing upward spiral: performance stimulating pride stimulating performance. ~Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Without forgiveness, there can be no real freedom to act within a group. ~Max DePree