coaching

All Noun Verb
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  • Info Coaching is a training or development process via which an individual is supported while achieving a specific personal or professional competence result or goal. more...
  • Three months after the accident, he returned to work and became involved with coaching.
  • He has since announced his retirement and return to full-time coaching.
  • He entered the coaching ranks and has become a successful minor league manager.
  • Williams brought to the club a new coaching style based on success at any cost.
  • A recent rule change is to allow coaching on court on a limited basis during a match.
  • The coaching staff for each team is selected by its manager.
  • However he did not believe he would be able to manage his time between his race team and coaching.
  • Christian coaching is becoming more common among religious organizations and churches.
  • Soon after, he was offered a full-time coaching position at Oxford United.
  • He would continue coaching the UP teams until his death.
  • In the same year, the first coaching stock arrived on site.
  • The centre offers group coaching and competition opportunities for people of all ages.
  • Knight received a number of personal honors during and after his coaching career.
  • She has however given some praise to him, mostly due to the acting coaching he gave to her.
  • He is now interested in coaching and takes part in youth development programmes.
  • The two remained very close friends, but Terry would no longer be coaching him.
  • He also assisted with coaching, although he was not the head coach.
  • At the same time, he also completed a coaching program for cross-country skiing.
  • Her ties to track & field administration went even further than these coaching assignments.
  • Smith received a number of personal honors during his coaching career.
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Root form of coaching is coach for the verb.

Words starting with coaching

Synonyms of coaching

Meaning of coaching

  • noun The job of a professional coach
  • verb Teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports
    He is training our Olympic team, She is coaching the crew
  • verb Drive a coach