A good coach must bring out a wide range of qualities. Here are some skills that make a difference for anyone looking to become a coach:

1. Knowledge:

The first basic rule a sports coach (for example)  should have in order to be successful is to engage in the best possible training and learning in subjects such as anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, methodology, psychology and so on, because only in this way can he provide the best services and really help achieve the goals and objectives of his clients or the beneficiary of his services.

2. Ability To Motivate:

Coaching involves assuming different moods, depending on the time and  the circumstances. Therefore, all people need to maintain an optimal state of mind that allows them to accept and cope with all sorts of situations, because if their state of mind is volatile, their performance will be incomplete and they won't reach their full potential. This is why the coach should know the emotional system of the beneficiaries of its services, because it is necessary to continue to motivate himself to achieve the goals. Each coach must know exactly who is benefiting from his services (interests, limitations, potentials, needs, shortcomings, resources …) In order to apply the appropriate strategy that allows the desired effects to be achieved properly. Motivation is a very important aspect of coaching.

3. Discipline:

The coach should encourage the beneficiaries of his service to take things seriously, as well as respect and accept the commitment to create certain rules (personal, behavioral, training), which are necessary to acquire healthy habits and amend undesirable aspects to make them desirable. It is not a matter of imposing any restrictions, but the rules are applied for a specific purpose that enables a certain benefit to the beneficiary. For this reason, contracts containing the terms and conditions are also signed, whereby the beneficiary of the coaching undertakes to participate actively and seriously in the process, while respecting and adhering to the rules of the courses.

4. Having Fun:

The coach should enjoy his work, because it is the only way he can awaken the passion his customers and beneficiaries need, and he  should implement a good training plan.

5. Mastering The Technology, Resources And Strategy Used:

This aspect is essential to ensure coaching success. Achieving good results requires extensive knowledge of the tools and strategies used. The coach must reflect a good knowledge of his field through  his performance and his instruction.

6. Genuine:

The coach should be consistent and realistic in suggesting activities  and tasks. At the same time, the coach must be competent in presenting the training we propose to our customers and beneficiaries to explain our goals and the benefits of achieving those goals. It is important that the coach clearly explains to the customer what  the purpose of each activity or goal is and how it contributes to the customer's daily, professional and personal life ...

7. Organized:

The success of the training process lies with its organization. Simple goals should be easily achievable, so a successful plan is a guarantee for a successful training process. Therefore, it is highly recommended to organize the sessions and their schedules, the activities to be applied and the necessary resources, which will make it easier to know our daily commitments and facilitate the achievement of the final goal or objective. Also, good organizing allows for the reformulation and modification of the action plan when there is nothing appropriate, or cannot be done, or does not provide results or for any other reason that suggests a change.

8. Search for Continuous Evolution:

Coaches should constantly seek out new methods, resources, and strategies to avoid stagnation and boredom with the methods they use. The coach needs to update in the areas of innovation and coaching  to incorporate new approaches that are more effective and enjoyable.

Objective, Mission And Values Of The Coach:

1. Objective:

The ultimate goal is to develop the customer's specific skills and competencies as needed in high and moderate impact situations, such as high performance situations.

2. Mission:

A coach's mission  is to get people associated with a particular field (such as sports or business management) to achieve the best results, perform at the right level, reach their full potential, and be in the right state. It is to make progress towards achieving goals while achieving a spirit to develop those points through harmony and a sense of belonging.

3. Values:

Training in various areas that can be developed through the learning process with a concern for values, from which we mention:

3.1. Economic Pragmatics Values:

It is the kind of value that allows a person to connect with the real world, this tangible world in which we live. The values that we would like to point out at this stage offer significant benefits and need to be taken into account, as they allow us to find the resources we need.

3.2. Emotional Values:

Emotional values ​​are closely related to a person's overall satisfaction. Values ​​of this type refer to the internal structure of a person, such as: Self's emotional and inner state. People's emotions, sensations and perceptions are therefore related to their inner world and are not concrete or definite. Calmness, self-confidence, perseverance and self-esteem can be emphasized as examples of this kind of value. These kinds of values ​​are essential to people's lives because they have a great impact on an individual's quality of life and mental state. Absence or low levels of these values ​​can affect a person's proper functioning.

3.3. Ethical And Social Values:

We find social and ethical values ​​associated with our interactions with others. So we are talking about a kind of value that refers to social relationships and interactions with others. Some prominent examples relate to social and moral values ​​such as loyalty, honesty, kindness, and humility. These values ​​relate to our behavior when dealing with others. A lack or inadequacy of this kind of value devalues ​​a person and makes them oblivious to the consequences.

Other important values are:

1. Commitment And Enthusiasm:

Doing good work requires a high level of enthusiasm and commitment  in the field in which you work. It is therefore important to love your profession and to adopt a remarkable commitment to the work you do. This is because it is considered very important for the good development of the activity in which we work. When we love and enjoy something, we put in more effort into it, and that fact becomes a guarantee of proper results. Furthermore, it is necessary to create an atmosphere of trust between coaches and beneficiaries in favor of a healthy and transparent relationship with a positive climate full of joy and enthusiasm that reinforces the desire for change and development.

2. Professionalism:

Professionalism is a value highly correlated with  respect, in ways that promote respect for processes and activities and their proper execution. Professionalism means that all actions must be  based on the values ​​of respect, honesty, integrity, confidentiality, dignity, trust and responsibility. It is also important that the coach acts effectively.

3. At The Disposal Of The Beneficiaries:

The ability of the coach to be available and to serve the customer or beneficiary in all circumstances is required. In order to provide the best possible assistance, the coach  must be available at all times and he should listen to the customers when he deems it necessary. As already mentioned, coaches should never stop looking for new tools to improve performance. To provide the best service, he must be aware of the latest news and trends that support the success of his mission.

4. Leadership:

Leading has a special meaning for coaches. Coaches provide leadership throughout the process, guiding customers to their ultimate goals through actions and resources.

6. Consistency and Persistence:

Coaches must maintain consistency between their thoughts, feelings, thoughts and actions. This cohesion must be maintained in all situations and in all actions,  until the values ​​and patterns that guide his actions are clearly defined.