Engaging the least active: putting what people want from coaching into practice

Thursday 9th May 16:00 - 16:30

Great coaching is all about putting people first. Listening to the wants and need of people is key to creating the experiences they want from coaching – therefore supporting them to change behaviours and create healthy habits. Research shows that coached participants are more likely to engage in physical activity and sport for longer periods, take part in a more diverse range of activities and have higher satisfaction levels from being active with a coach’s support.

With first hand experiences this session will showcase the latest insight to help you understand how behaviours could be used to enhance your ability to ‘get the right people’ in coaching roles and provide great coaching experiences for everyone.

Chair:
Craig Blain, Development Lead Physical Activity at UK Coaching

Active Nation - day 2 - Engaging the least active: putting what people want from coaching into practice

Working in the sport and physical activity sector for over 10 years, Craig has a deep rooted passion for supporting the least active people to create a positive relationship with moving more. As Physical Activity Development Lead at UK Coaching he is working to help create an active nation inspired through coaching. People are his priority; in the right place at the right time, delivering or receiving a coaching experiences that will have a long and lasting positive effect on their lives.


Adopting a behaviours approach in coaching

Speaker:
Craig Blain, Development Lead Physical Activity at UK Coaching

Using a behaviours approach to recruit the right people to support the least active

Speaker TBC