Event Date: September 21 - September 23, 2021 12:00 pm
Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan and the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan are partnering to offer a Game Plan YXE for High Performance and Competition-Development level coaches. The event will include two free virtual workshops on Tuesday, September 21 and Thursday, September 23. Capacity is limited.
Each session is worth one NCCP Professional Development point.
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION AND USES FOR EVERYDAY COACHES
Keynote Speaker: Michael Bawol
Tuesday, September 21 at 12 p.m.
Mike has worked as a data analyst for the Canadian Olympic Team for over a decade. Throughout his time in this role, he attended two Olympic Games where he worked with coaches and athletes on the field of play, helping them understand performance conditions and make quick decisions using real-time data analysis. Mike also helped several National Sport Organizations build performance criteria and make critical team decisions using data he collected and visualized during training and competitions. Mike also works as Dalhousie’s sprint coach in track and field, and has coached athletes to six USports medals in the sprint events. Mike is a world-class professional when it comes to creating influence and leading change using data.
WHY A STRONG CULTURE IS YOUR BEST MENTAL PERFORMANCE STRATEGY
Keynote Speaker: Bryce Tully
Thursday, September 23 at 12 p.m.
Bryce has worked as a mental performance and culture consultant for the Canadian Olympic Team. As a member of the COC’s mental health task force, culture task force, and gold medal profiling task force, Bryce has extensive experience helping high-performance groups enhance their results using social-emotional strategies. In the most recent Olympic quadrennial, Bryce was hired by our women’s basketball team to help shift and grow their culture in service of a historic first podium result. During this four-year period, the team achieved its highest world ranking in history (4th), and went undefeated in its most difficult Olympic qualifying tournament to date. The 2021 Olympics however, was the true stress test of their culture.