This week's podcast is the final one of 2018...hasn't the year flown by!!

For this episode I asked some of the guests I have had on the show over the year to drop by for a little Christmas sin dig so that they could share their reflections and learnings from the year. It is a bit of a crazy whirlwind of a conversation with people coming and going and we cover a lot of ground but there is some gold in these reflections.

I hope you enjoy it and have a fantastic Christmas and an amazing New Year.


Stuart and here is the video as a little extra Christmas present...


This week's podcast is another experiment in sound recording. I am travelling in my car, Mark has just come out of the gym, Juan is in his office at school and John has just got back from taking the children to school. But we still managed to record a conversation!!

You join us as we are planning our forthcoming conference 'The Future of Coaching' as we finalise how we are going to be delivering the sessions and running the conference as well as discussing some of the themes that we will be covering.

We then delve into a couple of hot topics that are facing many of the coaches that we work with and explore some of the ways in which we can address them.

It is a great conversation and has really whetted my appetite for the discussions to come in the New Year!!

Tickets can be booked for the event through the link here.

Enjoy the podcast


Andrew Gillott describes himself as a Coach Developer. I would describe him as a genius learning architect. Andrew has been instrumental in leading and creating opportunities for coaches to learn and develop and his passion for learning and development has meant that he has led some of the most innovative and creative programmes of development for coaches up and down the UK talent system.

In this conversation we explore the inevitable 'drills v games' debate, how he uses an ecological approach to help coaches to appreciate their effect on athletes and why context is important when understanding the behaviour of coaches.

Hope you enjoy


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