LT 102 | Brett Bartholomew - The Art of Coaching
Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, adjunct professor, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance® as well as the coach education platform ArtOfCoaching.com. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies. Taken together, Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports world-wide, at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. He’s supported numerous Super Bowl and World Series Champions, along with several professional fighters in both professional boxing as well as the UFC.
From a philanthropic standpoint, Brett serves as the Vice President for the non-profit organization Movement2Be, which serves youth in underprivileged communities through helping them learn more about physical activity.
His book, Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In (Amazon), achieved “Best Seller” status in the categories of “Sport Coaching” (#1), “Business/Money” (#8) ,and was ranked in the “Amazon Top 100 Books Overall” in 2017. It is currently being used by several universities as source material used to help guide future coaches and professionals.
Be sure to check out Brett's brand new online course
- P. 88 Why is conflict management and not conflict itself usually the problem and what tools can coaches employ to strengthen this skill set?
- P. 96 How did you come up with the idea to group athlete personalities into archetypes and have you personally coached each archetype profile? What’s been the most challenging? The most fun?
- P. 220 | 13 Coaching Mistakes to Avoid | Which mistakes do you see young coaches make most often?
- 5/1/18, 11:27 PM "Training great athletes does not automatically make you a great coach. Too many undervalue working with novices, youth and those that are challenged in a myriad of other ways. True experience comes from exposure that is multifaceted." - Brett Bartholomew | Twitter
- What led you to create the “Art of Coaching” online course? How is this different than what is currently out there and how will it helps coaches become better at their craft?
- More on the new course Bought In