Seven Key Factors of Successful Learning

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015
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An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?

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Magazine Article

An article by Doug Cooper October 2015

If I were to ask the question: “what do you coach’’ I am sure I would get a range of answers, perhaps sea kayaking, slalom, surf or canoeing may be a few. I’d be prepared to argue (well maybe discuss!) that all these answers are wrong, and there should only be one answer. What we all coach is ‘people’. People are at the heart of the coaching process surely, and this cannot be overlooked. If this is accepted then perhaps we should not focus so much on ‘coaching people’ but on ‘people learning’?