NonverbalCommunication:  Coaching   By Adam C. Eisler
My Personal Coaching           Background I started as a gymnast in my elementary school years. After  one short year as ...
My Personal Coaching             Background   Upon entering All Star Cheerleading at Premier Wildcats of Panama City, I a...
What is Nonverbal       Communication?      Nonverbal communications include:                 Facial expressions  Kines...
What’s the Point? Nonverbal communication can allow individuals to:      Reinforce and/or modify what is said in words. ...
Nonverbal Communication as          a Coach Communicating with athletes as a tumbling coach is                 extremely ...
Nonverbal Communication as          a Coach  Types of nonverbal communication implemented:              Kinesics (Body L...
Kinesics as a Coach Body Movements:   Making an athlete feel:       Comfortable       Safe     Offer information on h...
Posture as a Coach      Open VS Closed Posture        Open Posture and Coaching:          Interest          Comfort   ...
Eye Contact as a Coach Making an athlete feel:   Safe   Ready     When to execute skills   Comfortable
Paralanguage as a Coach     Tone and Pitch   Speed and Volume Pauses and Hesitations
Closeness/Personal Space as                       a Coach  Making an athlete feel:    Comfortable    Safe  Spotting a ...
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  1. 1. NonverbalCommunication: Coaching By Adam C. Eisler
  2. 2. My Personal Coaching Background I started as a gymnast in my elementary school years. After one short year as a gymnast, I joined the cheerleading team at Destin Middle School in Destin, Fl. My freshman and sophomore year of high school, I was on Fort Walton Beach High School Varsity Competitive cheerleading team. Nationally ranked and known, I experienced extensive training. After my sophomore year, I made the transition to All Star Cheerleading. All Star is simply competitive cheerleading, without the requirements and expectations of school cheerleading (No football games, no pep rallies… Strictly competition.)
  3. 3. My Personal Coaching Background Upon entering All Star Cheerleading at Premier Wildcats of Panama City, I also began assistant coaching to help pay for my tuition. After graduating from high school, I moved to New Orleans where I began cheering for Elmwood Galaxy All Stars, and again, assistant coaching to help with tuition. Now, I am the head tumbling coach of Cheer Force New Orleans, and coach the Ben Franklin High School cheerleading teams.
  4. 4. What is Nonverbal Communication?  Nonverbal communications include:  Facial expressions  Kinesics- gestures displayed through body language Proxemics- physical distance between communicators  Eye contact  Paralanguage  Physiological changes
  5. 5. What’s the Point? Nonverbal communication can allow individuals to:  Reinforce and/or modify what is said in words.  Display information about emotions.  Define/reinforce relationships.  Provide feedback.  Regulation of the flow of communication.
  6. 6. Nonverbal Communication as a Coach Communicating with athletes as a tumbling coach is extremely important.  Safety  Security (Trust)  Comprehension  Body Control
  7. 7. Nonverbal Communication as a Coach  Types of nonverbal communication implemented:  Kinesics (Body Language)  Posture  Eye Contact  Paralanguage  Closeness/Personal Space
  8. 8. Kinesics as a Coach Body Movements:  Making an athlete feel:  Comfortable  Safe  Offer information on how to execute a skill  Encouragement  Providing insight on execution  Reinforce something said
  9. 9. Posture as a Coach  Open VS Closed Posture  Open Posture and Coaching:  Interest  Comfort  Closed Posture and Coaching:  Disinterest  Discomfort
  10. 10. Eye Contact as a Coach Making an athlete feel:  Safe  Ready  When to execute skills  Comfortable
  11. 11. Paralanguage as a Coach  Tone and Pitch  Speed and Volume Pauses and Hesitations
  12. 12. Closeness/Personal Space as a Coach  Making an athlete feel:  Comfortable  Safe  Spotting a skill:  Body positions  Teaching a new skill  Controlling the athletes skill
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