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Coaching Insights to Develop a Competitive Advantage

Adam Haniver, The Boxing Coaches’ Podcast talks DISC, self-awareness, and developing a competitive advantage with Bo Hanson By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments Got a spare couple of minutes on the way to training or the weekend match? Catch the conversation between Bo Hanson and Adam Haniver on The Boxing Coaches’ Podcast. What really makes [...]

2019 Japanese Women Leaders and Coaches Academy

The wave of support for women in coaching grows with the fifth annual Japanese Women Leaders and Coaches Academy, 27-29 August 2019, Karuizawa, Japan By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments With Tokyo 2020 just over 12 months away, the 2019 Japanese Women Leaders and Coaches Academy promises to be exciting. Paralleling similar Academies [...]

Coxswain Coaching Camps – Champion Creating Future Champions

Mary Whipple on strategies and skills athletes develop at her 9th Seat Coxswain Leadership Camp By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments Mary Whipple, who won three Olympic Medals, two Gold and one Silver, plus five World Championships, knows exactly how to achieve extraordinary results. As coxswain to the serially successful USA Women’s Rowing Eight, she was responsible for leading, understanding [...]

Athlete Assessments DISC Compatibility Report and Career Compatibility Report

WATCH THIS SPACE! By Laren Dyer – Athlete Assessments Athlete Assessments is always chasing the 0.1% improvements. We have recently been working on two new exciting new development tools that will be launched shortly to assist our clients in creating sustained success in their programs, and life after sport. Our two new reports are compatible [...]

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The Coaching Connection

Sport Psychologist, Dr. G. on tailoring coaching to different behavioral types By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments Sport Psychologist and Mental Performance Coach, Dr. Ed Garrett or Dr. G. as he’s known, explains the link between the coaching connection and behavioral types. His simple explanations and situation-specific examples make the process easy to [...]

Cumberlands’ Commitment to Coach Development

The University of the Cumberlands design and deliver professional development workshop for coaches By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments The University of the Cumberlands is deeply committed to the all-round development of its student-athletes. That commitment compelled a multidisciplinary team from within the University to design and deliver a professional development workshop for 36 of [...]

University of Louisiana Athletics Leading the Way

University of Louisiana Athletic Department takes a holistic approach to student-athlete (and staff) development By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments When you visit University of Louisiana’s campus and see the new athletic facilities, a testament to the University’s investment in recent years, you’d understandably be impressed with their focus on the physical side [...]

2018 Japanese Women Leaders & Coaches Academy 11 – 13 September, Karuizawa, Japan

The groundswell of support for women coaches worldwide is gathering momentum with the fourth annual Japanese Women Leaders & Coaches Academy running 11-13 September 2018 in Karuizawa, Japan. By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments The 2018 program is packed with professional development opportunities, including sessions on Women in Sport, Diversity, Leadership and a [...]

Results | Evidence | Impact – Mental Performance Consultant in Action

Outstanding Mental Performance Consultant Dr Tiff Jones hosts a session at the Jr. NBA 2018 Youth Basketball Conference By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments The dynamic and innovative Mental Performance Consultant, Dr Tiffany Jones gets results. Her portfolio of winning clients evidences her impact. The mental skills dynamo teaches strategies which immediately influence [...]

Momentary Vs Sustained Adaptations – What this means in Elite Sport

When momentary adjustments to an athlete’s natural style or profile are beneficial  By Mim Haigh, Sports Writer – Athlete Assessments Every athlete has a way of doing things that just feels right. A way they like to shoot, or move, or run. Like writing with your dominant hand, it’s comfortable and not in any way [...]