Make Ethical Decisions: Coach Workbook
This Coach Workbook is your record of what you did and what you learned in the Make Ethical Decisions workshop. The Coach Workbook has been designed to help you work on your own, after the workshop, to improve even more as a coach. We therefore recommend that you save your workbook and consult it regularly to ensure continuous improvement of your coaching skills. This workbook refers often to Reference Material, a document developed to deepen your knowledge of key coaching topics. You receive Reference Material along with this Coach Workbook when you register for the Make Ethical Decisions workshop. Click the link to view the full Coaches Workbook.
Make Ethical Decisions: Reference Material
As a coach, you will deal with a wide range of issues. Depending on the type of issues you encounter, you may experience a variety of emotions and thoughts.
Sometimes, you may feel that an action or behaviour is wrong. At other times, you may suspect or even know that a behaviour is illegal. In other instances, you may feel unsure about a situation and a decision, since there seem to be a number of acceptable alternatives. If you ask yourself this type of question, the issue probably has ethical implications.A conversation with the person(s) involved is often all that’s needed to deal with the situation. However, at other times this is not enough, and you may have to make a more formal intervention or refer the matter to another level of authority. Click the link to view the full Reference Material.
Softball BC's "The Base Path Forward"
Softball BC is committed to being the most successful
amateur sport association in British Columbia
To build, promote and govern the sport of softball
throughout the Province of British Columbia.
Creating an environment whereby athletes, coaches and officials will achieve their potential.Programs are structured to provide an opportunity for participation in all levels and are designed to meet the needs of the membership and the community.
To realize this vision, Softball BC has created a document called The Base Path Forward which is an an analysis of Softball BC’s current programs and thier renewed focus onmeeting all the requirements of the Long Term Player Development Model. This is a living document and should be considered a starting point in Softball BC’s implementation of Long-Term Player Development. It will evolve with increase in knowledge through updates, and be expanded as needed. Click the link to view The Base Path Forward.
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