Building Trust & Getting More Effort Out of Your Athletes
On March 7 I’m opening the doors to Bought In – my action-oriented, research-backed course that teaches you how to create trust, resolve conflict and build buy-in. Sign up below to get a sneak peek and receive a free video deconstructing four seriously effective influence tactics to be aware of.
In this snippet you'll learn:
- How you can use “talking in color” to create more trust with athletes
- The important difference between “task-based outcomes” and “relation outcomes”
- The pitfalls of using “arguments” and “rational persuasion” to get athletes to perform
- How one of the most popular influence techniques used by most coaches can actually backfire
Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, best-selling author of Conscious Coaching, adjunct professor, and Founder of The Art of Coaching. He has worked with world-class athletes in both the team setting (NCAA and professional), as well as individually along with members of the United States Special Forces community and Fortune 500 companies.