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Doping and ethical issues3. Technology in Sport4. Customized Learning5. Business coachingSharing examples: trends in your sport or program: Environmental Scan 1. Expansion of Sport Events 2. Doping and ethical issues 3. Technology in Sport 4. Customized Learning 5. Business coaching Sharing examples: trends in your sport or program Core Stability of the Coach: Core Stability of the Coach Challenging unique personal growth Creating the environment for individual and team performance Synthesize: Integrating the physical, psychological, technical and tactical preparation Guiding star: the coach’s philosophy The ICCE Philosophy: The ICCE Philosophy The athlete at the centre Developing the whole person Developing self-reliant athletes The International Council for Coach Education (developed by Thor Ole Rimejorde, Norway)What trends are impacting on my coaching and coach education program?: What trends are impacting on my coaching and coach education program? What are the implications of these trends – are adjustments needed to my coaching or my coach education program? Leaders in change: Leaders in change Assessing Interpreting Adapting Transitioning: New skills Influences Coaches Supporting change Leading Slide7: New Olympic sports/events triathlon; trampoline; synchronized diving. snowboarding, BMX; cross country ski sprint Age group championships world junior and youth championships Events for women women’s soccer, ice hockey, water polo, wrestling, weightlifting, modern pentathlon, pole vault/triple jump Disabilities paralympics, special olympics, deaf Trend #1 : Expansion of Sport EventsCommercialization: over $1 billion for Olympic TV rights: Commercialization: over $1 billion for Olympic TV rights Rule changes to become attractive to TV: cc ski sprint, archery, modern pentathlon “To attract a high rating the drama and emotional side of sport have to be emphasized rather than the actual performance. Coaches have to remember that whatever an elite athlete does it will instantly be reflected on television.” Gilad Weingarten, Wingate Impact Implication: Impact Implication ↑ opportunities for coaches, ↑ demands on coaches Crowded competition calendar Prepare more coaches for international arena: chief coaches Programs for women coaches Stress management New periodization models? Impact Implication: Impact Implication Junior championships: burnout and early exit 70% of world junior athletics medal winners did not go on to win at the senior level Demands on young athletes: school, social, national junior team, regional team, club. Need for research Balance: F. Dick Slide11: Training to Win (Competition – High Performance) • Training athletes to win on the international scene in one sport Training to Compete (Competition – Development) • Training athletes to compete nationally • Training commitment to one sport Training to Train (Competition – Introduction) • Training young athletes to compete regionally • Training commitment to one or two sports FUNdamental (Community Sport) • Running, jumping, throwing, balancing, and coordinating are key • Basic sport skills are learned • Participation in many sports is strongly encouraged, opportunities to be active five or six times per week (can be informal, not always organized sport) • Participants compete locally Community sport is the foundation! (all ages) This information is based on the late specialization model outlined in I. Balyi. Sport System Building and Long-Term Athlete Development in Canada – The Situation and the Solutions. Coaches Report, Summer 2001. Matching Coach Training to Athlete Needs: Long Term Athlete Development Models as the basis for the coaching program Trend #2: Doping and Ethical Issues: Trend #2: Doping and Ethical Issues Increased drug testing; shared responsibility Expectation that coaches, sport organizations and coaching programs will deal with cheating, abuse and violence in sport: that sport will be safe for young athletes.“Pound aims to link doctors, coaches to athletes caught using drugs”Dick Pound, Chair of WADA, quoted in the Ottawa Citizen, November 17, 2004: “Pound aims to link doctors, coaches to athletes caught using drugs” Dick Pound, Chair of WADA, quoted in the Ottawa Citizen, November 17, 2004WADA: Anti-Doping Education for Coaches: WADA: Anti-Doping Education for Coaches Ethics, background, health considerations Coaches responsibilities Signs of doping behaviour and strategies Athlete rights and responsibilities Please send information to WADA on anti-doping coach education: materials and names of expertsEnforcing the Code of Ethics: The Australian Coaching Council/ASC: Enforcing the Code of Ethics: The Australian Coaching Council/ASC 1. Database of National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) registered coaches 2. Code must be signed for registration 3. Deregistration Policy: Disciplinary actions for breaking code, from apology to deregistrationComputer Applications1. “Internet coaching”: email and text messaging2. Planning and record keeping3. Technique analysis: affordable digital video4. Game analysis5. Promotion and communication: team and individual websites6. On-line learning and mentoringEquipmentclap skates, skin suits; C-1 canoes; cycles Scientific Applicationsaltitude tent, hr monitors, mobile testing, biofeedback, GPS, remote communication : Computer Applications 1. “Internet coaching”: email and text messaging 2. Planning and record keeping 3. Technique analysis: affordable digital video 4. Game analysis 5. Promotion and communication: team and individual websites 6. On-line learning and mentoring Equipment clap skates, skin suits; C-1 canoes; cycles Scientific Applications altitude tent, hr monitors, mobile testing, biofeedback, GPS, remote communication Trend #3: Technology in SportTechnology in Cycling: Technology in Cycling Technological advances in the development of racing bicycles risk damaging the sport with spiraling costs, unequal access to technology, radical innovations prepared in secret, concentration of power to the detriment of the universality of the sport New Skill Sets: New Skill Sets Analyzing Performance Proficiency in technology use Transitional phase Impact on Coach-Athlete Relationships Trend #4: Customized Learning: Trend #4: Customized Learning Meeting the specific needs of the learner: what I need, when I need it. “just-in-time” education; corporate universities Lifelong learning: formal vs. informal Competency-based education Shifting from knowledge-based to practical job-related requirementsIAAF Coach Education: IAAF Coach Education Elite Coach: working with athletes of national/international standard Chief Coach: leading and managing significant performance related programs (performance/coaching directors, head coaches) Professional Development Coach: coach educator When I first started to play there was the coach and that was about it… I presently have a staff of more than 20…there are a couple of assistant coaches, a specialist coach for goalkeepers, a physiologist, a psychologist, a physiotherapy and medical network, video technicians and statisticians, a yoga coach, a water running coach, a weights coach…it is a substantial exercise co-ordinating all of those. Ric Charlesworth, 1997 From Sidelines to Centre Field, Murray Phillips: When I first started to play there was the coach and that was about it… I presently have a staff of more than 20…there are a couple of assistant coaches, a specialist coach for goalkeepers, a physiologist, a psychologist, a physiotherapy and medical network, video technicians and statisticians, a yoga coach, a water running coach, a weights coach…it is a substantial exercise co-ordinating all of those. Ric Charlesworth, 1997 From Sidelines to Centre Field, Murray PhillipsHorizontal Development:Building expertise: Horizontal Development: Building expertise Expert Novice Informal Formal Balancing Experience and Education: Balancing Experience and Education Management is neither a science nor a profession; more art, based on insight, vision and intuition; characterized by its ambiguity; a balance of science (analysis), craft (experience) and art (vision). Managers Not MBA’s, Henry MintzbergTrend #5: The Art of Leadership – Business Coaching: Trend #5: The Art of Leadership – Business Coaching “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams The attributes of coaches are valuable to other professions.Slide25: Probably the Only Sustainable Competitive Advantage You Have is the Ability to Learn Faster Than the Opposition Arie De Geuss You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.