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Empower Your Team

By Leslie Hocker



Leslie Hocker

In today’s world, the two most common types of coaching are business coaching and sports coaching. Business coaches are skilled at helping clients create a vision statement (your why), a mission statement, set monthly and annual goals, and holding clients accountable to achieving their vision and goals. Business coaches do not have to be skilled or have experience in their clients’ specific industry or field.

Sports coaching, on the other hand, requires a different approach. No one is interested in a sports coach who has no experience in the specific sport he or she is being hired to coach. An effective sports coach is really a mentor, as he or she needs high level, successful experience in the sport they are coaching. They also need to be able to function as a life coach to help athletes stay on track with their goals...


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