Learn how to enhance your business model through a clear understanding of who your customers are and how to create the right approach in the non-profit world which meets your needs. This session will provide you with a toolkit of options when evaluating how to make certain you keep the system effective.
*Participating NCCP Certified Coaches and Coach Developers will receive 1 NCCP PD Point!
Do you think that only coaches are involved in periodization? Sport Leaders are important decision makers and have a significant role to play in placing competitions at the right time of the season. This session will provide an overview of why competition calendar planning is critical to the development of athletes at all stages and will highlight how sport leaders can be instrumental in strategic placement of priority competitions. “The Peridiodization of the Competition Calendar” workbook will be used to provide a quick view of a process that will highlight important decision points for the Sport Leader. This session will examine:
- Purpose of competition by stage
- Training to competition ratios;
- Developmentally-appropriate frequency, volume, and intensity of training and competition;
- Limited number of priority competitions each year on which to focus;
- Development of athleticism by allowing adequate time to be spent on physical preparation and recovery.
Take a journey with the Canadian Olympic Team to see the most impactful and successful ways they engage their consumer audience on social media.
Through this case-study, we will examine practical ways that you can create and/or resource exciting and entertaining content to engage your audiences, as well as new communication tools for your organizations, coaches and teams to work better and more efficiently together.
You’ll walk away from this session with concrete examples, tools and inspiration that will cause you to take action that has you communicate effectively through new media, leading to better engagement with your teams and audiences.
Jim Moss, gold-medal winning, Lacrosse Hall of Fame athlete and recent Canadian Innovator of the Year, will describe how we all can be happy and high-performing people in work and in life. Jim will share how his personal experience resulted in post-traumatic growth versus post-traumatic stress and inevitably leading him to become an expert in psychological capital, otherwise known as the HEOR traits (Hope, Efficacy, Resilience, Optimism). Jim will teach attendees how to build up their own HERO skills to that they too can be happier, higher performing and handle life’s stress more effectively.
This session will examine how the Alberta Sport Development Centres (Calgary and Capital Regions) have successfully implemented a sport science program across the diverse provincial sport system. Details will be shared on the strategic partnerships that have been established and why this program achieves outcomes related to both the Alberta Sport Plan and other provincial & national objectives. Shared experiences from both the ASDC’s and the PSA’s perspective, will highlight how these partnerships have been able to enhance the sport science services available to Alberta’s identified athletes and coaches. A short Q & A will end this session to provide other PSA’s with an opportunity to explore these types partnerships.
Join us for the Closing Luncheon as we celebrate the achievements of provincial Event Hosts and Alberta’s Olympian’s and ParaOlympians. Mark Tewksbury will host this event and will be sure to share his experiences and tell a few stories from Rio 2016! You won’t want to miss the closing of the 2017 Alberta Sport Leadership Conference!