When you run a session, do you do all the freezing of players and all the talking? Do you ask your players questions?
What if you could coach in a way that the athletes freeze themselves when needed, ask each other questions if needed, and tell you answers before you ever open your mouth?
Think it doesn’t exist in coaching – these independent, analytical, problem-solving athletes? Mark Bennett says it exists at all levels of the game if you simply use the PDS Rule of 3.
If you don’t know Mark Bennett, you should…
Mark Bennett is a former British Commando and senior instructor within the Army Physical Training Corps that has transformed his nearly 30 years of practice and research into developing the Performance Development Systems (PDS); a robust set of principles that can facilitate world-class learning and performance cultures and environments.
He currently works as a consultant with various professional and national sports organizations, teams, universities and schools around the world to help transform the leadership capabilities of every coach and teacher that he comes in contact with. Put simply, Mark makes people better “influencers”.
Mark had the honor of being awarded the MBE by her majesty the Queen for his work in developing his systems.
Mark can be contacted through his website and Twitter
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