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Five World Wide Trends in Sport which you ignore at your peril.

Having visited more than 30 countries in four continents in the past few years and spent time with sports leaders, coaches, athletes, sponsors, sports scientists, sports academics, sports medicine practitioners, sports administrators, government funding agencies and other sports professionals in many of the world’s leading sports systems,five world wide trends in society (and by extension in sport) have become very […]

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CoachTED: A Client Focused Approach to Coach Training, Education and Development.

Coach education is at the crossroads. One thing is for certain, the way we have trained, educated and developed sports coaches in the past is not working. It has failed. Let’s talk about a new approach in Coach Training, Education and Development: A Client Focused Approach. Let’s talk about CoachT.E.D. (pronounced Coached): Coach Training, Education and Development. And most […]

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To a Coach with a Hammer, Every Athlete is a Nail: Creativity in Sports Coaching.

Coaching is creativity. To the successful coaches of the future, creativity will be a core coaching skill: right up there with communication, passion, empathy, commitment, the ability to engage athletes and sports specific technical skill. But what does it mean to be creative and to coach creatively. And to coaches who are not naturally creative, can they learn to be? […]

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Top Ten Talent I.D. Tips for High Performance Sport – The T.O.P. Approach

So much of the world’s high performance sports dollars (or Yens or Yuans or Euros or Pounds or Pesos or Rands depending on where you come from), time, energy, focus and attention is spent on three things: Talent identification; Talent recruitment; Talent development. Or if you like, find them, sign them, refine them. And most of the […]

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The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Coaches

The great philosopher (and possibly football coach) Aristotle once said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” That being the case,  (and with apologies to Stephen Covey) – what are The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Coaches? What are the things that great coaches do every day […]

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The Perfect (medal) Storm: Why the Medal Count in the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games is about to return to normal.

  The Commonwealth Games  medal table is about to return to normal in Delhi. And, unfortunately for Australia, this could mean a reduction in medals of up to 20% compared to results at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. The Perfect (Medal) Storm which has existed since 1994 is at an end and it is time for normal […]

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