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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoachingcoach‧ing /ˈkəʊtʃɪŋ $ ˈkoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  1 TEACHa process in which you teach a person or team the skills they need for a sportcoachtennis/football/rugby etc coaching a coaching session with one of England’s leading boxers2 TEACHthe process of helping someone prepare for an important test or prepare what they should say or do in a particular situationcoach
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coachingCoaching may raise some students' SAT scores.Porto Heli and Cannigione additionally offer catamaran coaching.By contrast coaching is a continuous process which may be incorporated into both counselling and appraisal sessions.He will be working alongside the union's director of coaching, assisting coaches and coaching coordinators through to U21 level.A little tennis coaching will transform your service game.As an unhappy season has progressed, the committee agreed that coaching was the essential ingredient for lasting success.From the above it should be apparent that coaching is a challenge for most managers.The difference between the two teams is the quality of the coaching.It is of course possible to be an effective manager without coaching but by using this skill you can achieve even better results.tennis/football/rugby etc coachingThe Cranwell tennis coaching I had received was paying off and my rugger was improving.A little tennis coaching will transform your service game.He had the idea of offering parents a party formula of football coaching parties.
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