coaching behaviour

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The behaviour of a coach. It is a function of a coach's own characteristics, such as personality, ability, and experience, as well as the influences of the situation in which a coach operates. There are many styles of coaching behaviour, including training and instruction behaviour, democratic behaviour, autocratic behaviour, social support behaviour, and rewarding behaviour. A coach may use one type of behaviour exclusively, but is more likely to use different styles for different situations and individuals.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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