Strokes of genius

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 Liz Hall 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? One late afternoon in 1971 in Seaside, California: a tired and bored tennis coach switches off while his student struggles with her backhand stroke. Before he resumes teaching, and to the coach’s […]

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