The 4 C's were inspired by Jean Cote and Wade Gilbert's research on effective sports training, where they discovered that coaches play a role in influencing the competition, confidence, character and connection of their players: the 4 C's Unless you and the trainee agree (agree) that there is a gap and they commit to improving what is needed, you won't be able to train with all your ability to achieve optimal efficiency. Both you and the employee must agree that there is a problem. Once this is done, we can move on to the Content. In the first part of this 4-part series, The Coach's Corner with Dr.
K discusses the role that clarity can play in successful participation as a coach. Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the series will be released in the coming weeks.