On Episode 25 of the Art Of Coaching Podcast I am joined by Calin Butterfield who is US Ski & Snowboarding’s High Performance Coordinator.
Calin is one of the most unique individuals I know in regards to how he tackles problems, as well as how he treats people. Highly committed, loyal, detail oriented and personable- as coach he is a true asset in every sense of the word.
On this episode he gives us his perspective on skill evolution as a coach & why posing as an expert is overrated.
Topics Covered On This Episode
- Vulnerability leading to trust
- Taking ownership of something that doesn’t have direction
- The soft skills of coaching
- How can we evaluate someone on soft skills
- Why being an expert is overrated
- How does Calin dealin with moving around and how has it impacted his family
To Connect with Calin reach out on Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/calin-butterfield-35570a18)
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