Here we feature all you could possibly want to know about behavioral profiling like DISC and its practical application for sport.

Adelphi’s Sport Management Program: Small Classes In A Big City

Adelphi University is committed to student success, how does that translate into their sport management program? By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments New York is the headquarters for all four major sports leagues and home to celebrated NFL teams the Giants and Jets, historic baseball teams the Yankees and the Mets, basketball’s Knicks, [...]

Forum For Sports Thought in Sport Psychology

Athlete Assessments Exhibit At 2017 AASP Conference In Florida, October 18 – 21, 2017. By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments Amidst the intersection of ideas at the Annual Conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), Athlete Assessments will be hosting an exhibit to promote its DISC Profiles for sport, Consultant Program [...]

Culture Inside Women Coaches Academy The Same Worldwide – Japan, 2017

Women Coaches Supporting Women Coaches By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments When Liz Hanson, Client Director for Athlete Assessments, presented to the 2017 Japanese Women Coaches Academy, technically, it was educational; how to make the most of using their CoachDISC Profile for improved results with their coaching, but in reality it was about [...]

Evolution Equates to Success in Sport Coaching!

Valuable Insights into Successful Coach Development with Tom Kyle, Coach Development Manager for Basketball Queensland By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments A Coach’s role is always evolving. Something Tom Kyle, Coach Development Manager for Basketball Queensland understands and loves about his job. His role with Basketball Queensland means he’s responsible for developing some 2,000 Coaches at [...]

Sports Consultant’s “All In” Attitude Accelerates Personal Growth

Spotlight on Becky Ahlgren Bedics: Personal development crucial for sporting success By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments An “all in” attitude sees Sport Psychology Consultant Becky Ahlgren Bedics use every piece of herself to ensure her athletes, Coaches and athletic administrators are the very best they can be. In this article we put [...]

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Elise Ray – Phenomenal First Year as Head Coach

It’s a big deal to turn a team around as a first year Head Coach. It’s an even bigger deal to do this and get your team to the National Championships. And when it’s the first time that team has reached the NCAA Nationals since 1998, well you don’t get much better than that. This is [...]

2017 NASSM Conference: North American Society for Sport Management

From May 31th – June 3rd Athlete Assessments will be exhibiting at the 2017 North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference, presented by the Division of Sport Management at Texas A&M University. Athlete Assessments is excited to be sending our Head of Operations, Laren Dyer, who will be attending the exhibition this year. Laren [...]

SA Recreation and Sport: 2017 Coach Development Program

Professional development for Coaches is critical. And the best Coaches know that to be the best, they must continue to develop professionally. They need to continue seeking opportunities to access new information and network with a diverse range of fellow Coaches. The Australian Government is taking a leading role in providing these kinds of opportunities for [...]

Tim O’Brien – Once, Twice, Three times a National Champion!

At Athlete Assessments, we love to celebrate success, especially when it’s a third D1A National Championship win in four years. Which is exactly what Saint Mary’s College of California’s Head Coach Tim O’Brien achieved when he led the Gaels to their third National Championship victory this year. And while we won’t be giving away all [...]

Dr Robert Baker – The Balancing Act in Sports Management

“You can be on the right track, but you’ll get run over if you just sit.” It is often said that having balance in life is a key ingredient in achieving success. And the balance provided in the curriculum directed by Dr Robert Baker at the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD), George Mason [...]