We are witnessing how language teaching is transforming worldwide and the new phenomena of language teachers calling themselves language coaches and the question here is what is this? Are there any guidelines or is there a definition? For those who know me, I am the creator of Neurolanguage Coaching®, a new approach and method for language learning which combines the principles of neuroscience together with coaching a vehicle of delivering the learning process. Back in 2012 I created the definition of Neurolanguage Coaching®, “Neurolanguage Coaching® is the efficient and fast transfer of language knowledge from the Language Coach to the Language Coachee with sustainable effects facilitated by brain based coaching and coaching principles.” I am deeply interested and curious to understand what other colleagues and fellow professionals think about the topic of Language Coaching and what they believe it is. So, I have interviewed some of these professionals. I do hope you enjoy listening and interested to know what you think language coaching is :-).
Friday Mar 15, 2019
Friday Mar 15, 2019
Friday Mar 15, 2019
Sport and fitness have always been a part of Lee Campbell’s life. His excellence on the sporting field translated into a career in fitness, when he joined the Australian Army’s Royal Australian Regiment (3rd Battalion – Para Troopers) and became an elite Physical Training Instructor, responsible for the physical training of soldiers. Drafted to play Australian Rules Football with the Sydney Swans, he went onto represent NSW at State level. For over 25 years, Lee has devoted himself to the health and fitness industry, providing training to a vast array of clients, including celebrities, Corporations and anyone wishing to improve their health and fitness. Lee offers his expertise to Australian and global communities, businesses and corporations, in building sustainable health and wellbeing programs for staff and the local community. These include: AusAID Australian Federal Police World Bank Group Global Oil & Gas Companies
Lee’s method of bringing training back to basics has had a lasting impact on everyone he trains; from the sporting elite to some of Australia’s most prestigious celebrities and businessmen and he is always inspired by the difference his training makes in the lives of his clients and communities. It’s this successful formula which keeps him in demand as he travels around Australia and overseas helping businesses integrate his training methods and passion for health into the lives of their employees.
Lee bases his training on functional body training; getting back-to-basics. His aim is to help clients achieve a healthy, functioning body, that is able to support them throughout their daily lives, maximising their health and prolonging their lives. To do this, he assesses their physical, mental and emotional needs by bonding with his clients and forming genuine friendships with mutual respect. Lee then pushes the client further in their physical training then they thought possible, using a mix of encouragement and tough love. When Lee trains people, he likes to work out what makes them tick and his ability to do this so well, has propelled his success as a fitness trainer. He knows that to get through to someone, he needs to understand their personality, their dreams and relating to them on a level that will work for that individual. “I don’t overwhelm my clients with my dream for them. This is their dream, that I’m a part of, and I enjoy the journey with them.”
Tough Mudder Ambassador Australia
Lee was the Tough Mudder Ambassador for Australia from 2012 – 2014. Tough Mudder partnered with Lee because of his renowned fitness expertise and experience as a soldier and physical training instructor in the Australian Army (3rd Battalion – para trooper). “Tough Mudder is probably the toughest event on the planet, so you need to be ready to take on the challenge. Not only is there 20kms to run around the course, you’ll also be tested to 20–30 military-style obstacles that will challenge you mentally and physically.” Lee thrives on helping people prepare for Tough Mudder and other mud,adventure and obstacle based events and knows what it takes to complete these challenges. “Mud races, obstacle races and adventure race events are designed to test all-around fitness, which means training for the event is part of the challenge.”