Coaches impact their players by teaching them life skills in the hope of developing positive relationships. Establishing a positive relationship between the athlete and the coach is essential to achieve effective communication. Managers should not underestimate the impact of coaching on their employees, as it often creates a fundamental change in their approach to work. For example, increased self-confidence allows employees to focus more on themselves in the workplace.
This makes employees more resilient and assertive. In recent years, several studies have been conducted that clearly demonstrate the value, effectiveness and impact of coaching in various contexts. According to a study by the University of Chicago, coaches have a significant impact on success in both the professional and university spheres, providing new insights into the endless debate about the importance of leadership in sports. Anthony Fowler devised an innovative method for evaluating the effects of leadership in sports and found that the impact of training varied depending on the sports studied, such as Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, college football and college basketball.
The method promises to conduct additional research to assess the impact of individual coaches and to better understand why and how coaches are important. One of the favorite discussions among fans is the impact that a coach has on the success of a sports team, since some fans attribute a large amount to the coach, while others place less value on the coach and more on the talent of the players.