As the national governing body for amateur baseball in the United States, USA Baseball is proud to present multiple clinic offerings for coaches of all levels.
The Coaches Clinics program provides in-person training and educational sessions coupled with networking and professional growth opportunities. By encouraging coaches to build relationships with one another and give back to the game, the program aims to unify the coaching community in order to make the sport stronger at all levels.
USA Baseball Coaches Clinics offer both half-day and two-day options:
- Regional Clinics are two-day immersion events hosted in Major League cities and coordinated in conjunction with Major League Baseball clubs. Day one is spent with clinic speakers in a lecture style format; while day two is on the field, typically in a big league stadium, applying the content speakers referenced the day before. Regional Clinic registration also includes a USA Baseball gift bag, dinner and social with presenters the first night, and lunch the second day.
- Community Clinics are three hours in length and designed to provide entry level content and drills to coaches from all levels, while satisfying the clinic component of coaches certification. Clinic host and presenters vary from minor league stadiums to college campuses and youth leagues. USA Baseball Community Clinics are free to attend.
Clinic.com – Coaching Clinics and Resources for Youth Coaches
An Inexpensive Alternative to Services like Hudl
It would be hard to argue that services like Hudl are not a tremendous help to Youth Football Coaches and their programs when it comes to simplifying the process of video review and sharing. Unfortunately, due to the nature of Youth Football many coaches have to pay for such services out of their own pocket. This has become even more difficult with recent price increases. In the following article we are going to outline a process using a relatively inexpensive video utility from AVS4YOU called Video Remaker and free Google Drive storage as a relatively inexpensive option.
Step 1 – Detect Clips/Cutups Using Scene Detection
AVS Video Remaker has the capability of performing “Scene Detection” which when used with Football video can detect the start and end of plays. In the example video below, we show you how we import a video file into the Video Remaker utility and start the Scene Detection process.
Step 2 – Clip/Cutup Editing
The Video Remaker tool does a nice job of automatically detecting the beginning and end of plays, but occasionally you will have a clip that either contains multiple plays or no video at all. In the case of no video, you can simply delete that clip. In the example video below, we show you how to split one video clip containing multiple plays into multiple clips/cutups.
Step 3 – Creating Cutups for Upload
Now that the video has been edited for situations listed in Step 2, we are ready to create the individual cutups for upload into our Google Drive. In the example video below, we show you how to prepare the cutups for upload.
Step 4 – Upload Cutups
The next step to prepare the video for sharing with other coaches is to upload individual files/cutups created in the Step 3 to our Google Drive. In the example video below, we upload our cutups to our Google Drive and rename the directory to something more meaningful.
Step 5 – Sharing Video Cutups
Once Step 4 is complete you are ready to share the video with other coaches. In the example video below, we show you how to create a shareable link that can be emailed to other coaches. Note: There are other more secure ways to do this, but for ease we chose to creat a shareable link anyone can view.
Step 6 – Viewing Video Cutups
In the example video below, we show you what it would look like from the perspective of a coach that has received the email sent in Step 5.
You will notice that you can easly go to the next clip, as well as return to the previous one. Also, because Google Drive leverages the youtube player to play video clips you also have the ability to speed up or slow down each clip.
There is no doubt that tools like Hudl have much more functionality than the process we have outlined. With that said, using the above process we can do the following:
- Break videos down into manageable cutups.
- Easily share and access video with nothing other than a web browser.
- Slow down and speed up video playback.
AVS Video Remaker is part of a suite of tools from AVS4YOU that can be purchased at the time of this article for $39 – $59 depending on whether you purchase a 1 year or lifetime subscription.
If you decide to try this process, we highly recommed that you get comfortable with the process before the season starts.
75 Basketball Coaching Clinics You Can Watch Online Right Now
Many coaches spend $100’s each year to attend basketball coaching clinics.
It’s a smart expense for those looking to improve their knowledge.
These clinics give you the opportunity to learn from successful basketball coaches, network with other like-minded coaches in your area, and they’re fun!
Did you know there are basketball coaching clinics that you can watch online for free?
Yep – thousands of hours.
These allow you to learn at your own pace (I love being able to rewind and watch certain parts again), study at a time that’s convenient for you, and they cost you absolutely nothing.
All thanks to online resources like FIBA, Basketball Manitoba, and others.
Below I’ve listed 75 basketball coaching clinics that you can start watching immediately:1. Games Approach to Teaching Basketball Skills – Kirby Schepp
2. Building a Basketball Practice Plan – Butch Carter3. Just Let the Kids Play – Bob Bigelow4. Trends and Observations from Europe – Michael Czepil5. NBA Academy Africa Skills Clinic – Daniel James6. Adelaide Coaches Clinic – Don Showalter7. Player Development for All Levels of Basketball – Jon Giesbrecht8. Team Shooting & Toughness Drills for Basketball – Drew Hanlen9. Developing Proper Footwork Skills in Basketball – Tanya McKay10. Basketball Fundamentals Clinic – Pat Sullivan11. Don’t Teach Them Plays, Teach Them ‘How To Play’ – Kirby Schepp12. Basketball Coaching Clinic – Fran Fraschilla13. Basketball Coaching Clinic – Pat Sullivan14. Movement Skills for Youth Basketball – Brian McCormick15. Building a Basic Team Offense for Youth Basketball – Lisa Thomaidis16. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Joe Mihalich17. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Mike Hopkins18. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Steve Pikiell19. Athletic Development For Basketball Players – Chris McDole20. Transition Offense – Michelle Belanger21. Special Situations in Basketball – John Dore22. Five Star Basketball Camp – Hubie Brown23. Five Star Basketball Camp – Rick Pitino24. Purposeful Skill Development for Youth Basketball – Dan Becker25. Youth Skills with Herb on Hoops – Herb Welling26. Guard Play (Five Star Basketball) – Todd Lickliter27. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Frank Martin28. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Bill Self29. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – Larry Brown30. New Jersey Coaches Clinic – John Calipari31. Youth Basketball Skill Development – Dawn Smyth32. Handling Pressure in Basketball – Rich Chambers33. Building Your Shooting Form – Dave Love34. Sonoma State Coaches Clinic (Part 1) – Mike Dunlap35. Sonoma State Coaches Clinic (Part 2) – Mike Dunlap36. NBA London Coaching Clinic – Don Showalter37. Denver Nuggets NBA Clinic – Chris Finch38. Mainland Eagles Coaching Clinic – Ben Coomes39. Player’s Clinic – Don Showalter40. Forestville Coaches Clinic – Sandy Brondello41. A Games Approach to Teaching Basketball Skills – Mike MacKay42. Shooting (Basketball Fundamentals) – Rick Carlisle43. Spurs Philosophy System Basics – Gregg Popovich44. Are You Sure We Teach the Shooting – Holger Geschwindner45. Werribee Coaching Clinic – Paul Goriss46. Fabege Basketball Coaching Clinic – Borche Ilievski47. Building a Motion Offense – Dave Crook48. SABA Offensive System & Moving Beyond the Triple Threat – Brian McCormick49. Developing Basketball Shooting for All Ages – Barry Hecker50. Creating Transition Offense with an Effective M2M Defense – Tanya McKay51. Advanced Movement Principles for Basketball Development – Mike Iwanchuk52. Improving Basketball Athleticism on a Year Round Basis – Alan Stein53. Big Man 2.0 – Kirby Schepp54. Attacking Zone Defenses in Basketball – Kirby Schepp55. Planning Winning Basketball – Mark Fox56. Agility and Footwork Clinic – Ido Singer57. D1 MediaPro Clinic – Fran Dunphy58. Modern Basketball (Basketball Fundamentals) – John Calipari59. Team America’s Coaching Clinic – Jay Triano and Chris Finch60. Basketball X’s and O’s – Jay Triano61. Basketball ACT Coaching Clinic – Damian Cotter62. Clinic for 2nd Graders – Bob Bigelow63. Stanford Coaching Academy – Mark Grabow64. Essentials for Jump Shooting – Dick Baumgartner65. Big Man Camp – Pete Newell66. How to Be a Prime Time Shooter – Stan Kellner67. D1 MediaPro Clinic – Jim Larranaga68. D1 MediaPro Clinic – Kevin Ollie69. Mastering the 1-2-2 Defense – Jeff Lisath70. Jim Boeheim On Basketball – Jim Boeheim71. Defending Screens Clinic – Bob Knight72. Lessons from the FIBA Basketball World Championships – Mike MacKay73. Basketball Shooting from the Ground Up – Kirby Schepp74. Building a Fast Athlete for Basketball – Sherwin Vasallo75. Make Your Practices More Game Like – Mike MacKay
Virtual Coaches Clinics
Thank you to those who joined us this spring and summer.
Each of the clinics features three industry leaders sharing rapid-fire presentations that will furthur your your coaching knowledge once you are back on the field. Following the live presentations, attendees participated in a 30-minute unscripted “Happy Hour” question and answer session.
90 minutes of speaker presentations
Videos, drills, philosophies and more
30-minute Q&A “Happy Hour” session with the speakers
Speaker PowerPoint presentations
Want to get a head start on next year? Check out the dates for our 2020-21 in-person NFCA Coaches Clinics.
2020-21 NFCA COACHES CLINICS
NFCA Virtual Clinics (For Purchase)
Kate Drohan, Northwestern (Defense), Jennifer Rocha, Oklahoma (Pitching), Craig Snider, Texas A&M (Hitting)
Jennifer Brundage, Michigan (Pitching), Megan Smith, Marshall (Catching), Tim Walton, Florida (Hitting)
Brandon Elliott, Virginia Wesleyan (Outfield), Shonda Stanton, Indiana (Base running), Beth Torina, LSU (Pitching)
Larissa Anderson, Missouri (Throwing), Samantha Marder, Texas Tech (Offense), Mike White, Texas (Pitching)
J. T. D’Amico, Washington (Defense), Lisa Fernandez, UCLA (Pitching), Samantha Ricketts (Hitting)
All Pitching: Trisha Ford (Arizona State), Tori Nyberg (Stanford), Marissa Young (Duke)
All Offense: Kenny Gajewski (Oklahoma State), Loren LaPorte (James Madison), Katie Rietkovich Browder (Ole Miss)
2021 Art of Coaching Clinics
Attend in person or online!
The volleyball world has had to adapt to the many challenges of COVID-19, and our 2021 clinics are adapting as well. This year, we’re offering you two different ways to attend AOC’s world-class coaching clinics – in person or online. We’re also changing up the content of each clinic. Instead of touching on all parts of the game, each day of a clinic will focus on a narrower set of topics so that the presenting coaches will be able to explore them fully and give you an in-depth understanding of how to best coach the technique, strategy and mentality behind those aspects of the game. Click into the clinics below to find the dates, locations and topics that suit your needs, either in person or online this spring!
Option 1: Attend in person
For the best possible experience, nothing compares to being in the gym and watching coaches interact with athletes right in front of you. We’re limiting the number of in-person attendees to comply with local COVID restrictions, so claim your spot in the gym today.
Option 2: Attend online
Can’t be in the gym? Join online! You can watch from anywhere, save money on travel and know you’re safe from COVID, all while learning the same tips and strategies. (Plus your couch is likely a comfier seat.) Online viewing also makes attending 2+ clinics a breeze!
Get your questions answered
No matter how you attend the clinic, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with our expert coaches and ask them questions about your own team. In-person attendees can chat during breaks, while online attendees will have a dedicated Q&A at the end of the day.
Take away a clinic handbook
Both in person and virtual attendees will receive a handbook for note-taking during the clinic. Full of notes and drills from the presenting coaches, it’s the perfect way to keep track of all of the new tips and coaching strategies you pick up throughout the clinic.
C.O.A.C.H. Clinic | Arkansas Children’s
What to Expect at Your First Visit
We look forward to helping you and your child achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. To be sure you and your family get the most benefit from your visit, we recommend:
- Scheduling an appointment that is convenient for you and your child. If unable to attend the appointment please call and reschedule.
- Allowing plenty of time for your appointment. New appointments take approximately 1 1/2 – 2 hours.
- Writing down any questions or concerns you may have for the Physician or APRN. We will be happy to address them during your visit.
The first appointment consists of the new patient and caregiver being triaged and meeting with our doctor/advanced practice registered nurse (APRN). It is possible that your child may see a Registered Dietitian, Physical Therapist, and/or Psychologist, if necessary.
The doctor/APRN will perform the following:
- Review all referral materials, including lab results
- History and Physical exam
- Prescribe the best treatment plan for new patient and parent/caregiver
- Determine if your child needs to see our Registered Dietitian, Physical Therapist, and/or Psychologist.
- Make referrals to other subspecialties (as needed)
After the initial visit with the C.O.A.C.H. physician or APRN, your child will have 4 follow-up visits (at minimum) with our Registered Dietitian, Physical Therapy, and Psychology services.
- The Registered Dietitian will review what the patient and family/caregiver eats and drinks and help identify new ways to make small changes to become healthier.
- The Physical Therapist will review physical activity and help identify ideas for exercise that will be fun for the patient and caregiver.
- The Psychologist will review behaviors and help establish healthy lifestyle goals. They will help you understand factors that get in the way of being healthy.
The Coaching Clinic™ | FlashPoint Leadership Consulting
If you are interested in further resources for you or your leaders, we have a selection of blogs, case studies, and other materials available.
Download an Overview of The Coaching Clinic™: Download a 2-page overview of The Coaching Clinic™–an interactive session geared toward anyone who provides coaching to others including executives, managers, and HR professionals.
Coach to the Max White paper: Why does coaching work sometimes, but other times, not so much? This white paper dives into coaching—the why, the what, and the how—to help demystify and decipher the best coaching options to develop your leaders.
Coaching to Outperform the Norm Case Study: Read about how FlashPoint worked with a client to design and implement a culture of coaching. In this download, you’ll be able to read about the client’s challenge, participants, results, and the solution we implemented.
Coaching Tips for Leaders: Maximizing leadership potential on your team starts with coaching. These five tips can help managers and HR and L&D professionals to develop leadership capabilities on their teams through coaching.
Coaching Powers People to Become Leaders: Effective coaching develops ordinary people into people of power—people who become leaders.
Coach Your Employees Like a Geocacher: A five-step guide to finding the hidden treasures of potential in your direct reports and employees by incorporating coaching into your relationships.
Change Your Most Undesirable Habit…Now!: A change process led by a skilled coach can dramatically affect one’s life and work. This five-point guide demonstrates how a coach and an executive work together to bring awareness and change to a limiting behavior.
Solving the Problem of High-Potential, Relationship-Challenged Executives: The higher a manager rises, the more important relationship skills become. Executives who are unable to influence and engage others may benefit from these three tips.
A 3-Step Guide to Grit: Grit is the vision to see beyond what is—or what could incrementally be—to a much bigger outcome. Leadership requires grit; learn how to build grit with three steps.
A Guide to Making Deliberate Practice a Daily Habit—from Kouzes, Posner, and Dad: Deliberate practice is described as the intentional, sustained practice or rehearsal of skills in order to develop a higher level of competence and performance. You can practice self-coaching to become a better leader with deliberate practice.
Trends and Benefits of Coaching in the Workplace [Infographic]: Providing coaching support to leaders helps them execute strategy, manage through dynamic change, and engage their employees. These 4 statistics can help you gain buy-in for coaching.
A Case for Coaching Integration: Coaching is best when integrated into leadership development programs to create vertical development: bigger minds, a more cognitive approach to addressing challenges, and an ability to address complexity in the workplace in a way horizontal development can hardly touch.
How Coaching Develops Leaders: 3 Benefits: New pathways, new habits, and new behaviors take time and continued effort. Finding a trusted coach to work with over time increases the likelihood that leadership development will really work and be sustained, with lasting impact on business success.
I’ve Implemented Coaching, But Now What?: The impact of coaching can be measured using 5 levels: reaction, learning, implementation, business impact, and return on investment (ROI).
Coaching as a Tool to Develop Leaders: Learning is an iterative process that takes intention, focus, and (optimally) a good coach who asks powerful questions positioned at the right moment.
Group Coaching: 8 Benefits for Your Organization: Group coaching can serve many different needs and have a variety of benefits for organizations, whether your team needs to be better connected or more accountable.
How to Deal with Emotional Reactions to Feedback: Coaches can support a leader and defuse a difficult feedback session by understanding why people fear and react to feedback. You are not only dealing with what is current in the leader’sworld, but his or her history, how he or she is “wired,” and his or her beliefs about what feedback means.
Ask Questions Like a Coach to Increase Employee Engagement: Organizations know the impact of coaching can be intensified by developing leaders to adopt coaching skills in their role and creating a culture of coaching to experience the same benefits.
4 Ways Coaching Grows Leaders: The best approach to developing leaders is the one that maximizes their potential as well as their possible impact on the organization. Organizations benefit from the sharpened focus and expanded thought process that individual leaders develop by working closely with a coach, while individual leaders benefit from the exponential growth and targeted development opportunities.
Conversational Intelligence for Coaches and Leaders: Conversational intelligence is “the hardwired ability in all humans to connect, engage, and navigate with others.” In other words, it is “we-centric” leadership–exactly the kind coaches and manager-coaches strive for.
7 Tips for Managers to Become a Better Coach: Every manager has opportunities to incorporate coaching skills into their relationships with employees, even in fields where processes and structures make it challenging.
8 Essential Ingredients for Adopting a Coaching Mindset Today: With clear direction and guidance from a coach, the coachee will be able to solve his or her own problems and broaden his or her thought processes. Adopting a coaching mindset will facilitate the coachee’s learning and reflection.
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Certificate of advanced training “Dermatovenereology”90,000 The Talent and Success Foundation is looking for the chief physician of the Sirius University Hospital in Sochi
The Talent and Success Foundation, which has been developing the Sirius Educational Center for Talented Children in Sochi since 2015, has opened the eponymous Innovative Science and Technology Center and the University of Science and Technology in the Olympic Park, in connection with which it announces the expansion of its medical service and the creation of a University clinic on its basis.The current and future medical infrastructure needs a chief physician, who will be selected by the foundation from among the candidates based on the results of the competition.
What is Sirius
The Sirius Educational Center was established at the facilities of the 2014 Winter Olympics on the initiative of Russian President Vladimir Putin to identify training and further support of gifted schoolchildren from all over Russia. Up to 800 children from 10 to 17 years old come to the intensive specialized programs of the center every month, training is conducted in the areas of “Science”, “Art” and “Sports”.More than 40 thousand schoolchildren have already become its graduates.
The University of Science and Technology has been operating since 2019. Its rector is Roman Ivanov, former vice president for research and development at Biocad. The university develops scientific and educational programs in the field of genetics and life sciences, computer science (information technology and artificial intelligence), cognitive and interdisciplinary research. Since 2019, the first short-term educational programs have been held in partnership with leading Russian companies and universities.
Innovative scientific and technological center with an area of more than 810 thousand square meters. m. is open to resident companies focused on the development of artificial intelligence, robotic technologies, biomedicine, agrobiotechnology, cognitive research. The centers for transfer, standardization and implementation of technologies are created in accordance with the rules approved by the management company, providing tax incentives and a simplified procedure for conducting medical and educational activities.
Sirius Medical Center accompanies pupils, students, teaching and teaching staff, as well as guests and employees of companies-residents of the Innovation Center.
“Human resources is the fundamental value of the project. We provide our employees with world-class advanced equipment, large-scale tasks and comfortable living conditions “, – noted in the Talent and Success Foundation.
University clinic parameters
In the coming year, it is planned to reconstruct two buildings used during the Winter Olympic Games on the territory of the INTC and to launch a multidisciplinary diagnostic and treatment center with a 24-hour hospital.
Together with NTU “Sirius”, the clinic will be engaged in research activities, clinical trials of drugs and medical devices, postgraduate education, as well as initiate and participate in scientific projects together with residents of “Sirius”. Promising areas of work – pediatrics, sports medicine and rehabilitation, clinical psychology, the study of approaches to ensuring healthy longevity, research into gene therapy of hereditary diseases.
The university clinic will accept at least 200 patients per shift and will include an outpatient clinic, a surgical hospital with an operating unit and intensive care wards. The total area of the clinic will be about 7 thousand square meters. m.
Requirements for a candidate for the position of chief physician:
● Experience in managing a multidisciplinary medical organization using various sources of funding, including compulsory health insurance funds;
● Experience in organizing research work;
● A systematic understanding of the tasks of Russian healthcare, the mechanisms for integrating modern international medical advances into the practice of Russian medicine and modern Russian scientific developments into global clinical practice.
Send your resume with a small cover letter before September 15 to [email protected]
Foot and Ear Work
Foot and Ear Work
The third meeting of the RPS trainers took place in the fields – or rather, in the clinics of the Moscow region and in the office of Atomenergoproekt. The participants found wasted time, handed out stunning recommendations to the chief physicians and chose the best RPS trainer.Which of them worked on a nuclear submarine, how to react to a colleague with Mickey Mouse ears and what specialty doctor designed his office in the best traditions of the AKP – a digest from our correspondent.
General Director of the Rosatom Academy
– The Rosatom Academy is engaged in training, certification of RPS trainers. We also organize an annual meeting. The previous ones were held as conferences: results of work, tasks for the future, team building.Last year, RPS Development Director Sergei Obozov proposed a new format, with elements of practice.
Six polyclinics of the Moscow Region, in the cities where Rosatom and Roskosmos are present, have become training sites. There was also an industry platform – the office of Atomenergoproekt in Moscow. Divided into groups, the trainers diagnosed the situation and identified the potential for improvement. The results were reported to the commission, which included Sergei Obozov, representatives of the enterprises of Rosatom and FMBA.
Director for Development of the Production System “Rosatom”
– I came to read reports at the previous meetings of the AKP trainers. Last year I thought: what are we all sitting in the hall? It would be nice to go to the fields, work, and then discuss the results. I turned to the organizers and trainers. I thought they wouldn’t be called back to the rally after that. But my idea was approved. Based on the results of the practical part, the trainers prepared interesting reports.
The head physician of one of the clinics was shocked after hearing our suggestions for improvements: the trainers found solutions that could bring the clinic’s work to a new quality level.
Training unit instructor, Rostov NPP
– I am the senior among the AKP trainers of Rosatom, I am 66 years old. I came to the rally, and there were only guys around, about thirty years old. I’m a little shy about my age, but I’m not discouraged.In the shower, too, is a kid.
I used to work on a nuclear submarine. Then he retired from the Navy, got a job at the Rostov nuclear power plant. I learned about the AKP in 2014. At first I thought that it would not be useful to me. Then he mastered the “5C” and realized how the approach to the usual work was changing. In 2016 he became a coach.
To do a good job, you need to keep yourself in good shape. To do this, I walk a lot, ten kilometers a day, I like to ride a bike. But I only dream of doing exercises.To do this, you need to wake up 20 minutes earlier, which is very difficult.
Head of the Center for Professional Competencies, Atommash
– My group has optimized the work of the FMBA polyclinic No. 1 in Elektrostal. We have selected solutions that will increase efficiency and do not require large costs. We interviewed patients, imagined ourselves at the site of visitors.
There are many problems with display and logistics. For example, I checked if the toilet was easy to find.I found it, but with difficulty. Finding a review log was a bit like a quest. After long walks, it was only on the second floor that an ad was discovered with the number of the office where this magazine is kept. The corridors are dark, some offices are locked. It is not clear whether there is a reception or not. The best from the point of view of the RPS turned out to be the dermatovenerologist’s office. Perfect order, no advertising brochures, outside on the door schedule and conditions of admission.
Based on the results of the work, we put forward more than 30 proposals for optimization.
Head of RPS Development Department, Leningrad NPP
– I worked in the medical unit No. 170 in Korolev, it serves the enterprises of Roscosmos. On the way to the place, we read the reviews of patients on the Internet: they mainly complained about the queue at the reception.
At the entrance to the medical unit, we saw a man who was bringing an elderly relative in a wheelchair onto the porch. The higher he rolled the wheelchair up the ramp, the more effort he made.When the stroller was on the porch, a new problem arose: with one hand the man opened the door, and with the other he pushed the stroller into the opening. The absence of electric ramps and automatic doors makes life difficult for patients.
Entering the clinic, we took the route sheet of the medical examination and went to the doctors. The medical examination took 170 minutes. We visited 12 specialists and walked 650 m across four floors. It is possible to minimize transitions by grouping all the specialists who carry out the prophylactic medical examination in neighboring offices.
Doctors willingly answered our questions, listened with interest to recommendations. It was clear that people are focused on self-development.
Personnel Development Group Specialist, NZHK
– The final of the competition “Rosatom Coach – 2018” was held at the rally, seven trainers-participants, I was among them, held master classes. I got the title of the best coach. I chose the topic “Emotional Intelligence” for the presentation.To hook my colleagues, I staged a whole show. She put on a headband with Mickey Mouse ears and began to distribute balloons – not to everyone, but through one. Then she walked around and pierced the balls with a needle, took off the bezel and said that it was all for another event. You should have seen the faces in the hall! Some were frightened, some could not hide their irritation. The correct reaction was from those who were not emotionally involved, but simply looked at me with a smile and waited to see how it would end. This is developed emotional intelligence – the ability to manage your emotions.An important quality that can be developed at any age.
As part of the presentation, I taught my colleagues how to manage emotions. She told how to breathe correctly to stay calm. If anything throws you off balance, inhale through your nose, slowly counting to four. Then exhale in four counts. Gradually stretch the breathing cycle, counting to eight as you inhale and exhale. It helps to calm down. Another exercise, Strength Pose, helps to regain self-confidence. Useful before an important meeting.If you straighten up, spread your arms and stay in this position for about a minute, you will immediately feel more confident.Have an interesting story? Read also:
Musinova Natalia Vladimirovna | Who’s Who in Dentistry
Independent trainer-consultant in the field of organizational psychological counseling on management, sales volume, development of motivation, effective forms of business interaction, company structure, building business processes.
- 1995 St. Herzen, Faculty of Psychology. “Organizational Psychology”
- 1996 St. Petersburg University, Faculty of Psychology. “Practical Psychology”
- 1996 North-West Gestalt Therapy Center “Techniques in Gestalt Therapy. Client-therapist “
- 1998 Institute of Training, St. Petersburg (training methodology), Certificate
- 2001 Central Research Institute Progress “Economics and management of medical institutions.”Certificate
- 2000-2002 MBA medical project “Clinic personnel management”, “Management in medicine”
- 2004-2007 QC KIMO certificates “Sales Management”; “Management Tool”; “Communication and team interaction”; “HR Director”
- 2009 certification “Training for trainers – technology for modeling the future”
- 1996-2016 A series of short-term courses, seminars and trainings on management, sales system organization, marketing.Certificates.
Practicing business coach since 1995.
For the last 19 years, he has been conducting trainings for medical companies. Specialization: business processes of a medical clinic.
Organizational consulting. Personnel management issues. Sales volumes. Development of motivation of the Clinic’s employees. Forms of business interaction. Clinic Structures. Building business processes.
Work experience as a TOP-manager of the “Stoma” network of dental clinics 4 years; since 2002 a free partner of the clinic.
About 80 trainings are held annually. Additional information on the website www.dpspb.ru
- Experience in the medical business as a consultant since 1997
- Experienced in managing and setting standards for a medical clinic,
- Systematized knowledge of the clinic’s work from the inside;
- Supports partnership and long-term cooperation with clinics throughout Russia.
- Participates in the opening of Partner clinics and the formation of network structures and offices.
- Main areas: clinic personnel management, distribution of roles and setting up a sales system;
- Develops motivation systems for the personnel of the Clinics;
- Forms the criteria for the result of the work of each employee in a medical clinic;
- Maximum filling of training programs with practical material for use in the work of a clinic specialist;
- Very valuable – knowledge of the details and nuances of a specialist’s work in the office, which allows even experienced doctors to take a step towards increasing sales and see their experience from the outside;
- Specializes in training the personnel of multidisciplinary centers and dentistry, beauty industry enterprises and pharmaceutical business;
- The peculiarity of the orientation of the programs not only in the service component and communication, but also in the medical sale, aimed at preserving the image of a doctor and a specialist, and not a seller.
- The systematization of knowledge made it possible to convey their vision to the management of the clinics and outside observers.
- Create standards in the form of “Corporate Books” for various groups of employees.
- Business Role – Partner
- Trainer about myself:
I proceed from the partner position. My coaching style is to create conditions for the participants so that they themselves understand how they can become even more successful in their work.Of course, the group may have members older than me or in some way more experienced. And these participants always have something to learn, as well as each of us. My task is to provide everyone with the opportunity to open up to new knowledge and skills. I organize the process in such a way that each participant is satisfied, because he finds something useful for himself.
Since 2002, the experience has been accumulated and the author’s course “The Art of Selling Health” has been created.
The cycle is intended for students working in the medical field.Heads, clinic staff, doctors.
In the learning process, various approaches are used, group learning techniques that help colleagues not only get information, but also actually acquire skills. For example, the ability to ask questions and conduct a conversation without being intrusive. It is important that the specialist does not feel like a “seller”, but is perceived as an understanding and competent specialist.
Cycle “The Art of Selling Health”:
- consists of several training programs
- has a material difficulty level – rung
Methodology: Intensive training based on practical skills development; individual approach, role-playing and situational games; group and individual exercises, short theoretical and methodological materials
City: St. Petersburg
Tel.: +7 (911) 239-000-6
E-mail: [email protected]
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St. Petersburg Institute law named after Prince P.G. Oldenburgsky
On April 13-14, 2019, the final of the XIII Prince P.G. Oldenburgsky. The final was attended by 10 teams – winners of regional tours from Volgograd, Leningrad region, Moscow, Moscow region, Perm, Pskov region and St. Petersburg.
Prior to this, regional training court competitions in many regions of Russia.
The competition was organized by the St. Petersburg Institute of Law named after Prince P.G. Oldenburg with the support of the Federal Chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, the Russian National Library, the Faculty of Law of the St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Moscow State University named after V.I. OE Kutafina (Moscow State Law Academy), ANO “Center for the Development of Legal Clinics”, and other partners.
Teams of schoolchildren performed in summary judgment in the case of administrative offense – abandonment by the driver the place of the traffic accident. The participants had to discuss complex legal issues about the signs of an accident, about the fault of the offender, about the circumstances precluding liability, about the types and the size of the punishment. For this, the participants consulted a variety of sources, including the practice of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, courts of general jurisdiction.
Every year the legal literacy, confidence of schoolchildren, culture of speech, ability to effectively to respond to questions from judges.At the same time, the teams included students from 6 to 11 classes!
April 13 at the Law Faculty of the St. Petersburg Economic university teams played first the final round and took part in intellectual and creative competitions for the topic of human rights. In the evening, the guys had a little time to walk around the city. On April 14, the participants were welcomed in the new building of the Russian National Library. After a tour of the library building, the teams played another final round. After the general scoring, the super finalists were determined, who played the first and second place.
As a result, the places were distributed as follows:
1st place – the team of St. Petersburg No. 1 YUKON (Youth Club of Social Sciences of the St. Petersburg City Palace of Youth Creativity).
2nd place – teams of the Intellectual school (Moscow).
3rd place – the team of school No. 129 in Volgograd and the team of the Pskov region.
4th place – the team of St. Petersburg No. 2 YUKON (Youth Club of Social Sciences of the St. Petersburg City Palace of Youth Creativity).
5th place – Moscow team № 1.
6th place – team of gymnasium №16 “Interest” in Lyubertsy (Moscow region), team of Lodeynopolskaya school №3 (Leningrad region) and Moscow team №2.
7th place – the team of school number 47, Perm.
Winners were traditionally awarded cup. Super finalist coaches – Arseniy Makhnov and Vsevolod Lukhovitsky – received memorable prizes from the FPA RF.
The best speakers were also awarded in separate nominations: “best prosecutors” Elizaveta Vesnovskaya (St. Petersburg), Veronica Panova (St. Petersburg), Olga Fomicheva (Volgograd) and “the best lawyers “Olesya Mitrofanova (Pskov), Daniil Gerasimov (Pskov), Svetlana Gorshkova (Lyubertsy).
Finalists received prizes from The Federal Chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, the Russian National Library and St. Petersburg Institute of Law named after Prince P.G. Oldenburg, including including a gift edition “Lawyer’s Almanac for the 150th anniversary of the Russian Bar”, a collection “Moscow-Peter: dialogues about the legal profession”, books on intellectual law property, about the history of the Imperial School of Jurisprudence and about Prince Peter Oldenburg.
Moot courts are traditionally held to develop in schoolchildren important practical skills of teamwork, analysis information, positioning, argumentation, public speaking.During preparation, schoolchildren get acquainted with legal problems, use reference legal systems and communicate with practicing lawyers and students clinics of legal education “Zhivoye Pravo”. Within the framework of the project “Cool Lawyer” attorneys form partnerships with schools and conduct several educational activities that culminate in a moot court.
The organizers express a deep gratitude for cooperation in holding the tournament to the Faculty of Law SPbGEU and personally to the dean N.A.Krainova and the head of the legal clinic M.N. Kalis, the National Library of Russia and personally to the director A.P. Vershinin and the head of the Center for Legal Information T.N. Dias, FPA RF, ANO “Center for the Development of Legal Clinics”, Moscow State Law University (MSLA), as well as all lawyers, lawyers, students, school teachers, parents, without whose participation holding a competition would have been impossible.
Competition completed, but training courts do not end. The organizers plan to hold a training court festival in the fall of 2019, to help organize interregional games via video communication, train coaches and organizers of regional rounds and I will be happy cooperation with partners – law students, clinics of legal education “Zhivoye law “, attorneys within the framework of the project “Cool lawyer”, legal information centers and professional associations of lawyers.
Photos of the final.
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Center for Cosmetology and Plastic Surgery MedKlinik is a modern and high-tech clinic with expert-class equipment.
Qualified specialists provide all types of services to preserve health, youth and beauty. The clinic’s specialists draw up an individual treatment plan and help to solve the most difficult problems in the most comfortable way.
All procedures are performed using innovative and modern equipment.
The clinic carries out procedures:
- Aptos Filament Methods
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The doctors of the clinic have more than 10 years of experience in the fields of cosmetology and plastic surgery, they are certified trainers of IPSEN for Disport and Filorga preparations, Invasix for BodyTite, Fractora, FractoraFirm, ELOS and CO2 laser RF devices, Hyalax for contouring and intimate plastics, Innovation company, Aptos company using thread techniques.Doctors are members of EMLA, the International Association for Laser Medicine and Surgery, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, as well as regular participants in domestic and foreign scientific and practical conferences, seminars, round tables and master classes on topical issues of dermatology, cosmetology and age-related medicine.
Mikhailova Olga Alexandrovna – dermato-cosmetologist, physiotherapist. Head of the cosmetology department of the medical center “MedKlinik”.
Kobaladze Nino Konstantinovna – vascular surgeon, plastic surgeon. Head of the Department of Plastic Surgery of the Medical Center “MedKlinik”.
Filatova Natalya Yurievna – dermato-venereologist, trichologist, cosmetologist. Work experience over 20 years.
The clinic is located in the very center of Nevsky Prospekt, in close proximity to Sadovaya Street and the Gostiny Dvor metro station. Convenient working hours of the clinic – 7 days a week. The clinic’s specialists are ready to receive you with any aesthetic problem and provide professional advice every day from 9 to 21 hours.
Address: Nevsky pr.d. 44 (entrance to the arch 46)
Phone: 292-68-86, 921-930-68-86
License LO-78-01-006933 dated July 4, 2016