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Developing a Coaching Philosophy. I believe this is a challenge for your career. Philosophy:. A system of values by which one lives Any system of motivating concepts The critique and analysis of fundamental beliefs as they come to be conceptualized and formulated. Values. Principles

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developing a coaching philosophy

Developing a Coaching Philosophy

I believe this is a challenge for your career.

philosophy
Philosophy:
  • A system of values by which one lives
  • Any system of motivating concepts
  • The critique and analysis of fundamental beliefs as they come to be conceptualized and formulated
values
Values
  • Principles
  • Standards
  • Qualities that are considered worthwhile
  • To regard highly
  • Has to do with do’s and don’ts
principles
Principles
  • A rule or standard, especially having to do with good behavior
  • Moral or ethical behavior
  • Judgments
ethics
Ethics
  • Principles of conduct
  • Conforming to accepted professional standards of conduct
  • The discipline of dealing with what is good and bad with moral duty and obligation
components of ethics
Components of Ethics
  • The ability to discern right from wrong
  • Commitment to do what is right, good and proper
ethics does not equal values
Ethics = Action

Values = beliefs and attitudes

Ethics Does NOT equal Values
ethics1
Ethics
  • How we meet the challenge of doing the right thing when that will cost more than we want to pay.
review
Review
  • Values
  • Principles
  • Ethics
developing a coaching philosophy1
Developing a Coaching Philosophy
  • Based on your own value system
  • Based on the ethics in which you govern your behavior
six core values
Six Core Values

Pillars of Character

  • Trustworthiness
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Fairness
  • Caring
  • Citizenship
trustworthiness
Trustworthiness
  • Includes Qualities like:

honesty, integrity, reliability and loyalty

respect
Respect
  • Respect prohibits violence, humiliation, manipulation, and exploitation
  • Respect includes: listening, being considerate, accepts individual differences, communicates expectations
responsibility
Responsibility
  • Being in charge of our choices
  • Being accountable for what we do or don’t do
  • It places obligations on us
  • Includes: accountability, pursuit of excellence, self-restraint
fairness
Fairness
  • Make decisions without prejudice or favoritism
  • Seek the truth
caring
Caring
  • This is the heart of ethics
  • Involves an obligation to be honest, loyal, fair and respectful
citizenship
Citizenship
  • Know the rules, obey the rules
  • Volunteers
  • Stays informed
  • Goes beyond what is expected
six core values1
Six Core Values

Pillars of Character

  • Trustworthiness
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Fairness
  • Caring
  • Citizenship
coaches code of ethics
Coaches Code of Ethics
  • Respect for participants
  • Responsible Coaching
  • Integrity in Relationships
  • Honoring the Sport
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