Congratulations, you have completed the ACDC module.
At the end of every phase, we asked you how often you performed the behaviours you learnt about. Here is a list of each behaviour categorised by how you rated them.
If you find you've answered RARELY or NEVER to one of the coaching behaviours, you may want to set a deliberate practice goal.
What is deliberate practice?
Deliberate practice is committing to demonstrating a skill of behaviour and making yourself aware of the process.
Why do it?
Consistent and regular practice has more of an exponential than a linear effect. if you practice your dance weekly, you advance very slowly over time. if you practice it daily, the jump is not linear; it is exponential. In other words, it's a big jump, a huge jump, the kind of jump that makes the difference between good and great, mediocre and magnificent. Getting better at something is not simply a matter of improving your knowledge on the topic. You need to practice. You need to be able to see and feel how it works for you and then experiment, tweak refine.