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Put seminar title in this space Partnerships in High Performance Coaching Phil Borgeaud Manager Innovation andamp; Best Practice Australian Sports Commission

Australian High Performance System: 

Owners of National Programs National Sporting Organisations Major Funding Support Australian Sports Commission 2003-04 - $110m for HP sport Includes Australian Institute of Sport State Institutes andamp; Academies - $30m annually Australian High Performance System

Australian High Performance System National network of institutes/academies: 

Partner Sports in program delivery Provide Daily Training Environment Training Facilities andamp; Coaching support Sports Science andamp; Medicine support Athlete Career andamp; Education support Australian High Performance System National network of institutes/academies

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Institutes andamp; Academies Elite Athlete Pathway

High Performance Coaching Environment: 

Increasingly complex More science andamp; technology available Increasing accountability pressure Increasing drive for efficiency (doing more with less!) High Performance Coaching Environment

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Coach Assistant Coaches Administrator Network coaches High Performance Manager NSO CEO NSO Board Media Doctor Physiotherapist Strength andamp; Conditioning Coach Physiologist Performance Analyst Parents andamp; Partners Biomechanist Psychologist Skill Acquisition Scientist Group Sport Manager Athletes Partner/family SIS/SAS Management Sport Community Facilities Other technologies Other coaches

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Coach-Athlete Coach Driven = Medals (Results)

Success of program = Quality of relationships: 

Marv Dunphy 1988 Olympic Gold Medal Coach USA Men’s Volleyball Success of program = Quality of relationships

Implications for Coaches: 

Implications for Coaches Management skills Achieving the right balance – the art of coaching On-field vs Off-field activities Mix of inputs to the program Planning!!!

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Case Study Barry Dancer 2004 Olympic Gold Medal Coach Men’s Hockey

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Men’s Hockey Program SASI NTC NSWIS NTC AIS/National Team TIS NTC QAS NTC ACTAS NTC VIS NTC NTIS NTC WAIS NTC

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Head Coach Athletes Athletes Athletes Athletes Athletes Athletes Athletes SSSM ACE NTC Coaches NTC NTC NTC Athletes Athletes NTC NTC NTC NTC Hockey Australia Local Community Media Hockey Community Government Agencies CEO HP Mgr Coach Mgr Administration

Achieving the Right Balance: 

Achieving the Right Balance England experience – inappropriate appointments, decisions made without coach input Resist the pressure to include EVERYTHING in the program – there must be a rationale! Some projects consume lots of time but contribute little

The role of planning: 

The role of planning Focus on Olympic cycle Identify major priorities, initiatives andamp; strategies Strategy before structure Sequence of strategic priorities over the cycle

Living the Plan: 

Living the Plan Planning is ongoing Feedback from staff andamp; playing group to assess and reshape the plan Scheduled times for think tanks with players – where to now? Reviews of plan following competition periods

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The evolution of a plan 2004 cycle Key players based in Perth to understand the playing philosophy Direct contact with developing athletes early in cycle 2008 Cycle More Senior athletes back in home environments More travel for Head Coach overseeing individual athlete development Coaching Manager andamp; 3rd Perth based coach freeing up Head Coach

Head Coach time: 

Head Coach time 80% off field activities Increasingly managerial focus 20% on field activities Assistant coaches increased role

Technology: 

Technology Current technologies Video editing (Sportscode) Increases athlete-athlete interaction Increases athlete-coach interaction Efficient turnaround of information Email – critical communication tool

Easing the burden Implications for the Sports System: 

Easing the burden Implications for the Sports System Coordination Collaboration Cooperation

Australian Approach: 

Australian Approach Greater cross agency coordination National Elite Sport Council Nationally coordinated approach to planning Coordination within sport – service teams Coordination within sciences nationally Streamlined accountability processes

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More efficient use of available resources Transparent negotiations between NSO’s, NESC and the ASC Development of sustainable high performance programs Strategic overview of the planning process across a large range of sports Nationally Coordinated Approach to High Performance Planning 2005-2009

Technology enhanced partnerships: 

Technology enhanced partnerships High Speed Internet Video transmission Secure website Sport specific for athletes, coaches andamp; service providers Anywhere anytime access Micro technologies – real time analysis Statistical tools linked to video technologies

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Thank You

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