I need your Brains……………….. The Sports Coaching Brain blog has been running for over two years now. First of all thanks to the tens of thousands of people from all over the world who regularly visit the site, add comments, send emails, phone and even become clients and friends. I want to re-charge, re-energise and re-vitalise the
Leadership in sport has changed. It’s no longer about the head coach or team captain standing and demanding winning behaviours and successful standards. It’s about engaging with everyone in the team, inspiring them to be committed to the team goals and to empowering them to be all they can be as individuals within the team environment. This article challenges coaches to look at the traditional leadership model in sporting teams from a new angle.
So, the time is almost at hand.
The release of the report all Australian Sport has been waiting for over a year…the Crawford Report – is due any day now. (You know it is about to be released because the politicians are trying so hard to deny the final report exists).
For those of you not familiar with Crawford, take a look at
If we had a crystal ball, I wonder what will be contained in the report……..I wonder….I wonder….(imagine a fade out here like those movie “dream” sequences).
The Perfect (medal) Storm: Why the Medal Count in the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games is about to return to normal.
The Commonwealth Games medal table is about to return to normal in Delhi.
And, unfortunately for Australia, this could mean a reduction in medals of up to 20% compared to results at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.
The Perfect (Medal) Storm which has existed since 1994 is at an end and it is time for normal viewing to return.
I will be in South Africa from November 15th – November 29th 2010. Hope to catch up with all my friends, colleagues and Sports Coaching Brain fans while I am there. Wayne Goldsmith