Describes the coaching philosophy of Tim Gallwey, who progressed from being a tennis coach to writing a best-selling book on how learning takes place and how this affects the way coaching should be delivered
Tim Gallwey shot to fame when he realised the key to being a better tennis coach was to offer less instruction, not more. What does he want to tell business coaches today?
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