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Kirsten Spencer

AUT University (NZL)
New Zealand

Kirsten Spencer is an Associate Professor at Auckland University of Technology where she leads the research team in Performance analysis, Sports Coaching and Youth Development. She is a director of the International Society of Performance Analysis in Sport (ISPAS)and President of Oceania ISPAS

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Sessions

  • Leadership
    Leadership
    The Characteristics Of Coaches And Role Of Gender
    Learn about research that examined the characteristics of male and female coaches in field hockey.

    How do the female coaches differ to their male counterparts and what can we learn from this research to apply to the real world?

    Session Title: Gender and variation of Experience, Background and Aspiration on Leadership

    Virtual session
    Leadership

    How do the female coaches differ to their male counterparts and what can we learn from this research to apply to the real world?

    Session Title: Gender and variation of Experience, Background and Aspiration on Leadership

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Integrity
    visibility & voice

    How do the female coaches differ to their male counterparts and what can we learn from this research to apply to the real world?

    Session Title: Gender and variation of Experience, Background and Aspiration on Leadership

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Integrity
  • Social Change
    Social Change
    Engaging Communities Through Sport
    Learn how Touch New Zealand introduced a community-focused competition in 6 locations to engage communities through sport.

    This talk will provide insights on how the initiative identified future opportunities and challenges to community engagement.

    Session Title: Sport as a social development tool: Evaluating the perceived effectiveness of the Touch NZ Community Projects

    Virtual session
    Social Change

    This talk will provide insights on how the initiative identified future opportunities and challenges to community engagement.

    Session Title: Sport as a social development tool: Evaluating the perceived effectiveness of the Touch NZ Community Projects

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Human Rights
    visibility & voice

    This talk will provide insights on how the initiative identified future opportunities and challenges to community engagement.

    Session Title: Sport as a social development tool: Evaluating the perceived effectiveness of the Touch NZ Community Projects

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Human Rights
  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    The Power of a Park to Bring Community Together
    Find out about South Auckland’s world-class sport and recreation venue Bruce Pulman Park (BPP)

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Virtual session
    Visibility and Voice

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment
    visibility & voice

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment

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