In February 2016, Athlete Assessments’ Bo Hanson once again presented at the Australian Sports Commission’s National Officiating Scholarship (NOS) Program. Bo spoke about DISC Profiling, understanding your personal style and those around you (athletes and Coaches), and how to be adaptive to others and the situation.
The mentor-based scholarships offered by the ASC to prominent up-and-coming referees and sporting officials, are an effective way for the scholarship officials to gain knowledge, experience and develop their skills under the supervision of a senior official, past or present, of their sport. One of the key components of the program is for the participants to complete the Athlete Assessments’ Sports ManagerDISC Profile.
Many of the past scholarship holders have progressed to officiate at a national and international level. The program stands alone on the international stage, transcending the world-recognized standards by providing a unique way of training.
Athlete Assessments have been involved with the ASC National Officiating Scholarship Program for the past four years.
Bo Hanson’s BIO: In 1992 at just 18, Bo Hanson became Australia’s youngest rower to compete at the Olympic Games. He went on to win bronze medals at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games. During his Olympic career, Bo also studied at the University of Technology Sydney beginning his 15 years of experience in corporate training, development and facilitation. Utilizing his learning experiences and his training and development qualifications as well as his athletic accomplishments, Bo Hanson founded Athlete Assessments in 2007 with the aim of enabling athletes, coaches and sports organizations to achieve peak performance. He has presented all over the world, worked with more than 700 teams and helped athletes and Coaches achieve success in 41 sports.
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