Date: Wed, February 24, 2021
Time: 7:00PM - 8:00PM
One of many effective coaching attributes is the ability to develop a strong coach-athlete relationship. By building your Emotional intelligence to develop intrapersonal and interpersonal skills, you are taking steps towards building stronger relationships with those around you- including your fellow colleagues, and most importantly, your performing athletes. But what exactly is EI, and how can you harness the power of it to your advantage?
While Emotional Intelligence may sometimes seem like a kind of Jedi mind trick from Star Wars, rest assured this webinar will guide you in understanding EI, how to use specific tools and strategies, and unleash the “force” in your coaching role. Specific emphasis will be placed on team dynamics and coaching staff dynamics.
Participants receive 1 NCCP PD Point
Esme Gullick is a sports educator, leader, and coach from Fresno State University in California, USA. A mental performance consultant and former National swimmer in the United Kingdom, Esme has recently completed her Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology, alongside a graduate assistant coaching role and teaching associate role at Fresno State University.
Her recent work in Emotional Intelligence has gained international acclaim consulting with international sport federations and organizations across the globe including nomination for ‘Graduate project of the year.” A five-time Fresno State school record holder and two-time swim team captain, Esme has developed the ‘Coaching with Emotional Intelligence’ guidebook dedicated to helping sport coaches develop their EI in their professional work setting.
Webinar recordings are only available to CAO Community members.
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