It is now beginning to transform not only what we teach, but also how we teach it.
This is the transformation to Coaching for the 21st Century.
Unfortunately, although the game had changed, the way it was taught had not.
Today, we stand on the threshold of a second revolution.
It was a revolution driven by pioneering professional players seeking new ways to achieve a competitive advantage.
It was a revolution supported by innovations in technology.
What will distinguish "21st Century" coaching from "traditional" coaching?
In our experience, coaches who embrace 21st Century principles are producing better players faster.
As we moved into the 21st Century, it was clear we had witnessed a revolution in the playing of the game.Remember that not long ago, even the very best of today's new breed of coaches used a traditional approach. No one we've trained who has masterd the methodology has ever returned to the old traditional ways.