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WIAA Coaches School

  • WIAA Coaches School

  • Cheney HS

  • Tom Doyle

  • www.truecoaching.net


  • www.truecoaching.net



“Insanity is doing the same things over and over and expecting a different result.” Albert Einstein

  • “Insanity is doing the same things over and over and expecting a different result.” Albert Einstein

  • It is what you learn after you know it all that counts! John Wooden

  • "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them". Einstein





True Colors provides a nonjudgmental language base to enable one to communicate more freely and appreciate the uniqueness in everyone.

  • True Colors provides a nonjudgmental language base to enable one to communicate more freely and appreciate the uniqueness in everyone.



TRUE COLORS provides an opportunity for you to continue the life long learning process and to learn more about yourself,

  • TRUE COLORS provides an opportunity for you to continue the life long learning process and to learn more about yourself,

  • how you go about your education and your leadership role,

  • how you relate with your coaches, athletes, family, peers, and even parents!

  • and how they relate to you. 



Using the TRUE COLORS is a quicker and easier way to understand people than trying to remember all 16 personality types associated with the Myers-Briggs Personality Test. 

  • Using the TRUE COLORS is a quicker and easier way to understand people than trying to remember all 16 personality types associated with the Myers-Briggs Personality Test. 



It can help you to better be able to communicate with others, especially with those who are least like you.

  • It can help you to better be able to communicate with others, especially with those who are least like you.



Hippocrates – 400 BC – four types: sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric, melancholic

  • Hippocrates – 400 BC – four types: sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric, melancholic

  • Carl Jung – 1921 – personality/temperament differences fundamental for understanding human beings (4 types)

  • Myers-Briggs – 1950’s – 16 combinations to signify 4 characteristics of people – (letters)

  • David Keirsey – 1967 – four types- Please Understand Me

  • Don Lowry – 1978 – system/tool to apply “type” information to help real people in real situations





…Are always on time or even early, while others have a tough time being on time?

  • …Are always on time or even early, while others have a tough time being on time?

  • …Speak their mind even before they know what is on it, while others are more reserved and think before they speak?

  • …Question every decision that you make and always have a “better way” to do it, while others support your decisions without question?

  • …Put the system/department above all, while others put people before the system?



…Swimmer who questions every drill and every workout?

  • …Swimmer who questions every drill and every workout?

  • …Volleyball setter who says, “You take it!” instead of taking charge?

  • …Basketball player who dogs it at practice, but is a “gamer”?

  • …Hockey player who does everything you teach him, but who has difficulty adjusting to change in a game?



Failure to see other’s point of view – 68%

  • Failure to see other’s point of view – 68%

  • Failure to show appreciation/give credit – 36%

  • Failure to size up others correctly -- 34%

  • Lack of Leadership -- 24%

  • Lack of frankness/sincerity -- 19%



"To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others." Anthony Robbins

  • "To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others." Anthony Robbins



What are “perceptions”?

  • What are “perceptions”?

  • How do we come to perceive and believe?

  • Are we accurate in our perceptions?

  • First Impressions take about 7-20 seconds to form; require significant emotional event to change.



FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE- SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIF- IC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY YEARS.

  • FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE- SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIF- IC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY YEARS.



FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE- SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIF- IC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY YEARS.

  • FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE- SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIF- IC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY YEARS.



Why doesn’t everyone see what I see?

  • Why doesn’t everyone see what I see?



Everyone is like me!

  • Everyone is like me!

  • Everyone should behave as I do!

  • Everybody communicates the same – like me!

  • Everyone will respond to a specific situation or stimulus the way I do!



  • Awareness is the first step in Change.

  • Education is the first step in understanding.



CHANGE IS INEVITABLE, GROWTH IS OPTIONAL!

  • CHANGE IS INEVITABLE, GROWTH IS OPTIONAL!







Blue Characteristics

  • Blue Characteristics

  • Gold Characteristics

  • Green Characteristics

  • Orange Characteristics





















We all have four colors in our spectrum

  • We all have four colors in our spectrum

  • A primary color dominates our spectrum

  • The “blend” of colors makes us unique

  • Drawing upon all of our colors improves our personal and team relationships by:



Gaining knowledge and skills to access basic core needs of self and others

  • Gaining knowledge and skills to access basic core needs of self and others

  • Motivating and empowering self and others to use or unique qualities and strengths

  • Demonstrating and releasing natural talents and abilities

  • Increasing self-esteem, self-worth, and success through positive, productive actions



  • Brighten Your TRUE COLORS!





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…Are always on time or even early and seem to be always prepared?

  • …Are always on time or even early and seem to be always prepared?

  • …Speak their mind even before they know what is on it; think about it later? Operate with a “ready, shoot, aim” philosophy?

  • …Question every decision that you make and always have a “better way” to do it?

  • …Put people before the system and always seem genuinely concerned about others?



…Swimmer who questions every drill and every workout?

  • …Swimmer who questions every drill and every workout?

  • …Volleyball setter who says, “You take it!” instead of taking charge?

  • …Basketball player who dogs it at practice, but is a “gamer”?

  • …Hockey player who does everything you teach him, but who has difficulty adjusting to change in a game?



An Explanation

  • An Explanation

      • – NOT an Excuse!




Color Group – Practice Plan

  • Color Group – Practice Plan

  • “Least” Color Group – Define “fun” for this Color?



GOLD

  • GOLD

  • Organizing things

  • An Audit



Rigid

  • Rigid

  • Boring

  • Stubborn

  • Opinionated

  • System Bound

  • Unimaginative

  • Predictable

  • Bossy

  • Judgmental

  • Controlling



Arrogant

  • Arrogant

  • No Mercy

  • Unrealistic

  • Aloof

  • Unemotional

  • Intellectual Snob

  • Devalue Relationships

  • Critical

  • Eccentric

  • Heartless



Bleeding Heart

  • Bleeding Heart

  • Naïve

  • Mushy

  • Touchy-feely

  • Smothering

  • Stuck in the Past

  • Push-over

  • Emotional

  • Fawning

  • Always a Cause



Flaky

  • Flaky

  • Rule Breaker

  • Manipulative

  • Uncontrollable

  • Obnoxious

  • Irresponsible

  • Off Task

  • Resist Closure

  • Indecisive

  • Distracted



What makes the athletic experience “fun” for each of the Colors?

  • What makes the athletic experience “fun” for each of the Colors?



Their job to meet you in your Color?

  • Their job to meet you in your Color?

  • OR

  • Your job to meet them in their Color?



Practice Planning – all Colors?

  • Practice Planning – all Colors?

  • Motivation & Discipline

  • Communication w/ Athletes & Parents – Sales

  • % - your Color



We all have four colors in our spectrum

  • We all have four colors in our spectrum

  • A primary color dominates our spectrum

  • The “blend” of colors makes us unique

  • Drawing upon all of our colors improves our personal and professional relationships by:



Gaining knowledge and skills to access basic core needs of self and others

  • Gaining knowledge and skills to access basic core needs of self and others

  • Motivating and empowering self and others to use or unique qualities and strengths

  • Demonstrating and releasing natural talents and abilities

  • Increasing self-esteem, self-worth, and success through positive, productive actions



  • Brighten Your TRUE COLORS!



















  • www.truecoaching.net







Tom Doyle

  • Tom Doyle

  • Email:

      • tom@truecoaching.net
  • Website:

      • www.truecoaching.net



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