Failure Recovery System
To prepare: From What Drives Win” rel=”nofollow”>innin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (Ledbetter, 2015, pp.91-125), review the 4 coachin” rel=”nofollow”>ing strategies that are meant to help athletes become more positive and confident, to give themselves a strong in” rel=”nofollow”>inner coach and deal with the negative chatter in” rel=”nofollow”>inside their heads (to replace the �weak� voice with the �strong� voice).
These are the four strategies:
1.Give your best friend advice
Write 2 paragraphs reflectin” rel=”nofollow”>ing on the 4 strategies to develop a more positive and confident athlete described in” rel=”nofollow”>in your text (Ledbetter, 2015). Which strategy do you feel you would most likely use and why? When might you use that strategy and what results would you hope for?
As described by Sue Enquist in” rel=”nofollow”>in the video (Filmproject, 2015), design a Failure Recovery System that could be in” rel=”nofollow”>incorporated in” rel=”nofollow”>into your coachin” rel=”nofollow”>ing program.
First, defin” rel=”nofollow”>ine what failure means to you.
Describe in” rel=”nofollow”>in detail what the proper response would look like if the athletes and/or coaches in” rel=”nofollow”>in your program were to fail. What is their physical demeanor, what words should come out of their mouths, what non-verbal messages do you want them to send?
How will you develop an environment of trust and acceptance of failure?
Filmroom Project. (2015, October 4). Sue Enquist: Fear and failure [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZPv3en9iYU#t=13