abbreviation. (in prescriptions) a spoonful.
British English: coach /kəʊtʃ/ NOUN. trainer A coach is someone who trains a person or team of people in a particular sport.
1 : a person who trains someone or something: such as. a : one whose occupation is to guide or instruct people in fitness and exercise routines a personal trainer When we run the track, Stan Ward, a boxing and conditioning trainer, times us.—
co-chairman. noun [ C ] MANAGEMENT. the title given to each of two people who share the job of chairman in a company: Mr Corzine will become co-chairman alongside Henry Paulson.
noun, plural co·chair·men. one of two or more joint chairmen.
2. Coaching implies instruction to achieve one or more goals. A simple, conventional word for someone who is being coached is learner.
The role of a trainer is to develop a competency and skill sets in an individual to perform his/her effectively and efficiently in the work place. The trainer should communicate to the trainees about what is expected out of training in a simple and professional way.
At the 2014 TPAC Chairing breakfast (Member-only), the W3C Chairs asked that the Team provide some guidance on how co-chairs should divide responsibilities. There are an increased percentage of Groups that have at least two Chairs; some have three or four – and there are no guidelines on how to split the work.
The definition of a co chair is a person who is jointly in charge of something, such as planning an event, with another person. An example of a co chair is a person who, along with his sibling, plans and holds a fund raiser. A person who chairs a committee, meeting, etc. … One of a group of chairpersons.
Involving the current chair or co-chair in the recruitment of another chairperson can ensure that the right person gets chosen for the role. Since the current chair has the strongest grasp of what the role entails, their involvement is key.
intransitive verb. 1 : to exercise guidance, direction, or control. 2a : to occupy the place of authority : act as president, chairman, or moderator.
1 transitive : to lead (something, such as a group) with one or more other people They were chosen to co-lead the investigative team. 2 intransitive : to share a lead with another person in a competition A former U.S. Amateur champion in Byeong Hun An co-leads at 10 under after a second straight 66.—
AP says it should be hyphenated any time it deals with someone’s occupation or position: co-author, co-chairman, co-sponsor, co-worker.
Essentially, training is about transferring knowledge while coaching is about enhancing knowledge (or skills)—development, in other words. For example, one may have basic culinary knowledge that acts as a foundation onto which is layered general training about how to make, let’s say, a soufflé.
|Coaching Is||Coaching is Not|
|Being real, authentic||Hiding behind a shield of position or power|
|Allowing mistakes||Punishing others for mistakes|
|Valuing each Staff Member’s contribution||Valuing position hierarchy|
|Trusting and respecting team members||Being suspicious of people|
Trainer: Term used to describe a learner-centered conductor of a course or program. … Facilitator: A trainer who functions in a way to allow participants to assume responsibility for their own learning. The term is in contrast to the more didactic instructor, teacher, lecturer, presenter, and so on.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary for personal trainers in 2020 was $40,510, which means half earned more than that amount and half earned less. The low 10 percent of those personal trainers earned less than $21,640 while the top 10 percent earned more than $76,550.
Yes, making good money as a personal trainer is very viable. Even entry-level personal trainers can make upwards of $25 an hour, and easily up to $100 an hour if they are experienced. … Private personal trainers can make even more per hour, charging up top $100 an hour.
The Vice Chair shall assume the duties of the Chair in the Chair’s absence or incapacity and perform such duties as are assigned by the Chair. If the Chairship becomes vacant, the Vice Chair becomes Chair for the remainder of that term and the succeeding one‑year term.
As stated earlier, some companies have the CEO and chair roles as separate positions while others combine the roles. In the case of founder-led companies, it’s common to see the founder have multiple roles including chair and CEO.
It is possible to appoint more than one person to share the role of chair, or similarly the role of vice chair, if the board believes this is necessary and in the best interests of the school.
A committee chair is a leadership position that requires specific skills as well as a sense of diplomacy and democracy. … Committee chairs are responsible for facilitating committee meetings and reporting the committee’s findings to the board.
The by-laws state: Committee elections will be held annually. Each Partnership committee will elect by self or peer nomination and secret ballot two Committee Co-chairs every year. Committee Co-chairs may serve a maximum of three consecutive one-year terms.