Non-Verbal Communication in the Coaching Kata

Scott Laun­dry and Mike Rother dis­cuss the impor­tance of non-ver­bal cues and how coaches leverage them to facil­i­tate learn­ing, engage­ment, and excitement during their practice of the improvement kata.

Non-verbal Communication In The Coaching Kata

Studies of human psychology show that the majority of communication that happens between people is non-verbal. Learn the importance of non-verbal communication in practicing the coaching kata.

How To Teach Coaches To Use On-verbal Communication

Non-verbal communication plays a key role in the success of a kata coach. Learn practical techniques available to coaches for using non-verbal communication.

Non-verbal Communication And The Second Coach's Role

The second coach plays an important role in developing and advancing the skills of a kata coach. Learn how a second coach must observe and employ non-verbal coaching in their practice.

Preparing The Learner's Mind During Kata Coaching

An important responsibility of the kata coach is to prepare the learner at the start of every coaching cycle. Part of this is to put the learner at ease and into the right mindset. Learn how coaches can prepare the learners mind during the coaching process.

How to Tell if the Learner Is Ready for the Next Target Condition

One of the coach's goals is to help the learner achieve their target condition and identify the next one. However, this is not a matter of pushing the learner forward. Learn the ways that coaches judge whether a learner is ready to take on the next target condition.

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