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ARU Referee Profile 2013 presented by Andrew Lees. ARU Referee Profile. Formerly the ‘ core competencies ’ Workshopped at ARU National Panel Camp Incorporating the IRB ’ s Big 3 Referee Profile Addition of personal attributes displayed in team environment

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aru referee profile
ARU Referee Profile
  • Formerly the ‘core competencies’
  • Workshopped at ARU National Panel Camp
  • Incorporating the IRB’s Big 3 Referee Profile
  • Addition of personal attributes displayed in team environment
  • Outcomes = consistent high performance
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ARU Referee Profile

2013

Decision Making

Change

Behaviour

Empathy

Personal Attributes

decision making
Decision Making
  • Deliver on the Big 5 – clarity of pictures
  • Quick ball at breakdown (IRB wants average 3 second ball)
  • Ensure space for players to attack
  • Good scrum outcomes
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Decision Making
  • PK relevance and balance
    • Were the decisions relevant to the game in front of you?
    • Not making 'technically correct' decisions that do not fit the context of the situation
  • Accuracy
    • Low number of errors
    • Low number of non-decisions with meaning
change behaviour
Change Behaviour
  • Effective on-field presence
    • Body language
    • Only talk for actions
  • Effective captain management
    • Clarity of messages
    • Timing of messages (what can be achieved without making the referee the centre of attention?)
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Change Behaviour
  • Effective timing of interventions
    • Were YC warnings or YC timely/early/late?
  • Does not compromise standards in pressure situations
    • Who adapted? The referee or the teams?
empathy
Empathy
  • Effective working relationships with players and captains
  • Show game awareness and an ability to read play
  • Demonstrate credibility – acceptance by teams of the person and the decisions
  • Ability to perform in a range of environments
    • New teams, new places, conditions, weather
personal attributes
Personal Attributes
  • Physical preparation non-negotiable
  • Demonstrate team values (inclusive, trusting, vulnerable, committed, continuous-learning)
  • Accountable (honest benchmarking of performance)
  • IS: self-confident, co-operative, professional
  • IS NOT: arrogant, overly familiar, overly officious
profile outcomes
Profile Outcomes
  • A referee fitting the profile should be delivering:
  • Timely, robust review and follow up, leads to
  • Thorough game planning, leads to
  • Consistent high performance
    • What does this mean?
    • Gap between best and worst game is reduced
    • Regular above average performances are not enough
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ARU Referee Profile

2013

Decision Making

Change

Behaviour

Empathy

Personal Attributes