Coaching

Coaching is a training or development process via which an individual is supported while achieving a specific personal or professional competence result or goal. The individual receiving coaching may be referred to as coachee. Occasionally, the term coaching may be applied to an informal relationship between two individuals where one has greater e...
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Coaching

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Coach
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coaching

(from the article `football, gridiron`) A distinguishing mark of American football is the renown and status granted to the most successful and innovative coaches. The first innovators were ...
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coaching

coaching job noun the job of a professional coach
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Coaching

A training method in which a more experienced or skilled individual provides an employee with advice
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Coaching

An instructional method in which a teacher supports students as they perfect old skills and acquire new skills.
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Coaching

Coaching is the sport of driving and racing a coach and horses. It was at its peak of popularity in the nineteenth century, previous to then the conditions of the roads had been generally too poor and had restricted speeds. Generally mail-coaches were used.
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coaching

Conveyance by coach - a horse-drawn passenger carriage on four wheels, sprung and roofed in. Public stagecoaches made their appearance in the middle of the 17th century; the first British mail...
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coaching

[n] - the job of a professional coach
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