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Selection Principles. Ben Rutledge April 2014 Rowing BC Coach Development Session. Why are we here / How can we Help. Help you become better coaches Open lines of communication Become the worlds best development arena Pilot our Coach Development Sessions ( PD points) Get feedback

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Selection principles

Selection Principles

Ben Rutledge April 2014

Rowing BC Coach Development Session


Why are we here how can we help
Why are we here / How can we Help

  • Help you become better coaches

  • Open lines of communication

  • Become the worlds best development arena

  • Pilot our Coach Development Sessions ( PD points)

  • Get feedback

  • What are your expectations?

  • Why did you come?

    Session Challenge______________________


Why do we have principles
Why do we have Principles?

“To create a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning.”

-Google Dictionary


Why do we do selection
Why do we do selection?

  • Create the fastest crew/win

  • Reinforce Team/Club/PSO/NSO Values and Principles

  • Increase stimulation within training environment

  • Practice racing

  • Show progress/regression

  • Club/equipment capacity issues


How do we get good at selection
HOW DO WE GET GOOD AT SELECTION?

http://isucceedbook.com/success-principles-repetition-is-the-mother-of-learning/


How to create a great selection
How to create a great selection

STEP 1- Understand the value of excellent communication:

  • START COMMUNICATING BEFORE YOU COMMUNICATE

  • COMMUNICATE A.S.A.P.

  • COMMUNICATE MORE

  • COMMUNICATE CLEARER

  • COMMUNICATE WITH PURPOSE

  • COMMUNICATE WITH BELIEF

  • COMMUNICATE WITH INTEGRITY

  • COMMUNICATE WITH EVERYONE


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Selection Principles

  • Objectivity - Is there any other way to interpret the data/results?

  • Clarity - Will all stakeholders be able to explain the process back to you?

  • Validity - Are you measuring what you think you are measuring?

  • Reliability - Does it hold up in a number of ways/situations

  • Economy - How much time and money will it take to accomplish?

    -Dr. Volker Nolte


How to continued
HOW TO CONTINUED:

COMMUNICATE ______________________

  • Purpose for Selection

  • Goals for the selection

  • Who is eligible

  • Who has authority - Final Say

  • What are the Criteria

  • Describe how you will communicate the results

  • Exceptional Circumstance Provisions

  • Appeal Procedure

    http://www.sportlaw.ca/?s=selection


Hot tips
Hot Tips:

  • Work towards a selection that does not create a surprise result

  • Understand your integrity is on the line and how that can affect your coaching effectiveness in the future

  • Act in a respectful way - you may not know how hard someone has worked to then not be selected

  • If you make a mistake admit it and take full ownership

  • Understand that it is nearly impossible to create a perfectly objective selection

  • Remind the athletes that the best are able to rise above and are accountable for their actions

  • Constant reminders that you do not want to be on the bubble as you do not want to be caught having to deal with any subjectivity

  • Reduce as many variables as possible


Circle the wagons
Circle the wagons

  • Did we meet your expectations?

  • What did you learn?

  • FEEDBACK-



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