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Our students, colleagues and alumni are finding thoughtful, innovative and inspiring ways to respond to the new challenges we are all facing in the fight against COVID19.
So this isn't strictly university related, but it is a little! Neil is currently a Course Director here at Leeds Business School, looking after our Undergraduate Marketing degrees, but one of the things he does outside of this is volunteer as a football coach with Calverley United Junior Football Club. Interestingly, he actually studied for his FA Level 1 coaching qualification up at Carnegie a few years ago and it was a great experience.
COVID-19 social distancing measures have forced coaches to develop new ways to engage with their participants. Technology is central to helping coaches do just that. In this blog, Sergio Lara-Bercial reflects on the first 4 weeks of cybercoaching.
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