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High Performance
Featured session: High Performance

Next Generation of Female Coaches

Next Generation of Female Coaches

Auckland
Live stream

"The ICCE Women-in-Coaching program has identified the aim to: - expand the network of organisations that can help influence positive change for women in coaching - gather examples of good practice and showcase case studies from around the world - create a network of men and women who want to further the advancement of women and coaching globally. This workshop will invite participants to join this network and contribute to a change process to increase the opportunities for women to excel in coaching. Examples of current programs from Gymnastics Australia, Nippon Sport Science University in Japan and the Women’s Sport Leadership Academy in the UK will be used to illustrate different approaches to the preparation of the next generation of high performance coaches, and participants will share their experiences and learnings from other contexts. Recommendations on the key success factors of effective women-in-coaching programs will be developed as a starting point for organizations to self-assess their approach."

Lenses: 
Systems, Resources and Investment

Speaking team

John Bales
John Bales, Canada
International Council For Coaching Excellence
Gene Schembri
Gene Schembri, Australia
Australian Sports Commission
Lucy Faulkner
Lucy Faulkner, United Kingdom
Females Achieving Brilliance
Michelle De Highden
Michelle De Highden, Australia
Australian Insitute Of Sport
Masa Ito
Masa Ito, Japan
Nippon Sport Science University

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