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Coaches You Should Know- Chris Chapman

In this podcast episode I interview Coach Chris Chapman, the current Talent & Performance Lead for Sports Coach UK as we discussed the following:
  • How and why did you become a coach?
  • When did you experience a major coaching failure and how did you overcome it?
  • What makes your approach to coaching unique?
  • What advice would you give the younger version of yourself?
  • What's a typical day in the life in your schedule?
  • What gets you most excited about your job and what you get to do everyday?
  • What is a common coaching mistake that you see young coaches make?
  • How does a person know if they have what it takes to be a coach?
  • What's your favorite personal quote or mantra?
Chris is the Talent and Performance lead at sports coach UK with responsibility for the organisations service offer, technical content of programmes and strategic direction for the company’s talent and performance coaching. He joined sports coach UK in May 2014.

Prior to joining sports coach UK, Chris spent ten years at the RFL. Initially joining as the Performance Youth Coach, with responsibility for the England Academy, England Youth teams and the Performance Pathway.
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