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Sport Birmingham Skills Development Workshop 2

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What INDEPENDENT skills were required to be successful?
First, decide on the order the ball passes around the circle
The ball must start and finish in the same place
No passing to the person next to you
Everyone must only throw and catch the ball once
This order stays throughout the challenge
If the ball is dropped – start again
If the ball is passed to the wrong person – start again
Start with one ball, when successful try two, then three….
Can anyone here juggle?
The challenge: to get as many 'balls', as possible, successfully passed around the circle
Some Rules
Some Introductions
A mentor?
A Teacher?
The role of a coach?
Catch the ball and tell us:
Your name
Your SECOND favourite sport
Throw the ball back
Course Objectives
A facilitator?
AGE, ABILITY, ATTITUDE OF PARTICIPANT?
1. Understand and build transferable/soft skill sets
2. Be able to evidence soft skill competencies
2. Be in a position to identify soft-skills in others
The Context
Recent Research by Sport Birmingham identified traits in the sports workforce that impact negatively on participators: too aggressive, pushy, overly competitive, performance driven and not empathetic.
This leads Sport Birmingham to recommend that the sports workforce needs to further develop their 'soft skills’ .
Transferable Skills Framework
Transferable Skills Framework
Strategy, Goals, Organisation
Roles, Skills analysis, Ownership
Questioning, Listening, Feedback
Consideration, Empathy, Understanding
THREE TEAMS:
1. Activity leaders takes the role of the trainer
2. Activity Participants who take part
3. Activity Observers who evaluate and provide feedback
Each team will get the chance to play each role
Max 15 mins per scenario, 10 minute prep
Incorporate as many competencies as possible
The culture of sport: ongoing challenges
Equality & Diversity
Mental Health
Bullying
Safeguarding
Parenting
Strengths, Weaknesses, Feedback
Empathy, Sensitivity, Prior-learning
Resilience, Flexibility, Risk-taking
Planning, Review, Goal-setting
Initiative, Ownership, Completer
Attentive, Listen, Check
Confidence, Conviction, Advocacy
Planning, Review, Prioritisation
A model of sport drivers
More than 80% of teenagers understood the importance of being active but almost half of boys and nearly two-thirds of girls were less than keen on taking part in Sport.
The research suggests lack of confidence is key
ATP apology!
Teenager's attitudes to Sport
Among girls over 14:
more than a third said they felt insecure
hated other people watching them
were self-conscious about their bodies.
two-thirds said they disliked competitive PE lessons
Commonwealth champion Dan Keatings says he experienced a culture of "bullying and manipulation" throughout his time as a British gymnast.
British Gymnastics:
A climate of fear
We try to make the team strong - stronger as a characters because if you help people and understand how they tick, that gives you a lot as a human being.
I did the traditional coaching badges, but didn't feel it was the right way to go - so I did a teaching qualification and a Masters in 'leadership and emotional intelligence; which resulted with a job at the University of Hull.
That started a five-year period there, making mistakes, developing, learning and working with the people at the university and coaching the students.
At Östersunds FK we established our 'culture academy'. The academy sets out to make everybody better.
It's a training method for two explicit things: One is courage/bravery, the other is decision-making.
We organise workshops with theatre, dance, singing, book reading. We have a different theme every year.
For six or seven years we have focused on flexibility and adaptability. That's extremely important as after the whistle goes it's up to the players to find solutions.
The team play football for a couple of hours and then they're human beings for the rest of the time. So we help to develop the person in terms of self-awareness, motivation and empathy.
Fundamentally we believe it helps us win football matches - but there's knock-on effects that are beneficial for the players
Analysis, Experiment, Clarification
Speculate, Connect, Originality
Question, Open-minded, Explore
Experiment, Demonstrate, Progression
UK Sport says coaching staff will be given guidance on four so-called "golden threads" of a positive and winning sporting culture - inspiration, integrity, the pursuit of excellence, and respect.
Dame Katherine Grainger, Chair of UK Sport
In 1988 "Eddie the Eagle" became the first competitor since 1929 to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping, finishing last in both the 70m and 90m events.
He held the British ski jumping record for many years!
What does this story say about 'independent' skills
Transferable Skills Framework
What CREATIVE skills were required to be successful?
Ready, Steady, Go.....
Card Sharp
Results
Using the resources available to you, your team you must complete this task as quickly as possible
There will be 3 or 4 rounds
The winning team will be the team with the fastest time over the 3 or 4 rounds
Objectives
The rows must be neat and tidy, no cards touching
Timing starts when you first touch the shuffled pack.
All teams start together.
Time finishes when the first team lays the cards out in the correct order
Rules
Ready, Steady, Go.....
Results
Ready, Steady, Go.....
Results
Transferable Skills Framework
Which TEAM skills were required to be successful?
Each team needs to build a tower
The winning team will build the highest tower
The only materials you’re allowed to use is TEN sheets of A4 paper and sellotape
The tower must be freestanding (not attached to anything, including the floor)
Use any of the competencies we discussed in the first workshop to succeed
Objectives
Transferable Skills Framework
Which REFLECTIVE skills were required to be successful?
Each team needs to build a bridge
Each team needs to get all the team members under the bridge (one by one)
The only materials you’re allowed to use is TWELVE sheets of A4 paper and sellotape
The bridge must be freestanding (not attached to anything, including the floor)
Use the reflective competencies in particular to succeed
Objectives
Transferable Skills Framework

WHAT IF?
You changed the colours of the paper clips?
You changed the size of the paper clips – made them BIG!
You changed the shape of the paper clip?
Your job was a:
Doctor
Soldier
Musician
'Context shapes Content'
Initiative, Ownership, Completer
Attentive, Listen, Check
Confidence, Conviction, Advocacy
Planning, Review, Prioritisation
Stephen Covey's
Five Levels of Listening
Communication Breakdown
FA of Wales chief faced probe over 'English' comment
The Football Association of Wales (FAW) investigated its chief executive Jonathan Ford for saying the next Wales manager could be "foreign", but "definitely not English".
Transferable Skills Framework
Analysis, Experiment, Clarification
Speculate, Connect, Originality
Question, Open-minded, Explore
Experiment, Demonstrate, Progression
Strategy, Goals, Organisation
Roles, Skills analysis, Ownership
Questioning, Listening, Feedback
Consideration, Empathy, Understanding
Strengths, Weaknesses, Feedback
Empathy, Sensitivity, Prior-learning
Resilience, Flexibility, Risk-taking
Planning, Review, Goal-setting
An environment of honesty, openness and acceptance made sure we did not lose our identities to the rigors of the game.
BBC Sports Personality Awards: Team of the Year
England women's cricket team
FA mishandling?
Has British sport lost its way?
Cyclist Jess Varnish alleged she had been the victim of bullying and discrimination after being dropped from the Olympic squad.
Similar complaints have been made in: Cycling, Swimming, Bobsleigh, Gymnastics, Football etc
The cause? A no-compromise, win at all costs culture?
Coaching is change - great coaches are masters of the ART of change.
What is a coach?
Wayne Goldsmith
Coaching Consultant
They achieve this through relationships, with 'emotional connection'. People will forget what you do, forget what you say, but not how you make them feel.
Why? Because we are feeling beings!
All coaches need to grow character, build values and develop lives.
Racism & bullying accusations
The Newcastle United Under-23s coach is on leave after facing multiple allegations of racism and bullying again....
Stephen Covey's - Model of maturity
Practical Scenarios
At this time Cava also learnt that her UK Sport support was to end two months later.
"Afterwards I really felt like I'd been discriminated against because it was a mental health problem rather than a physical problem"
British Parasnowsport: UK Sport launch bullying investigation
She joined the British Parasnowsport setup in 2015
"It was very male-dominated and being an only girl it was a lonely place, it was hard from the word go," said Cava.
Her mental health continued to deteriorate before she and her family took the decision to undergo psychiatric treatment in February 2017.
Phil Neville, England women's head coach apologises
Soft-skills beyond Sport
97% of UK employers believe soft-skills are important to their current business success.
In the UK, the ‘Backing Soft Skills Campaign’ summarised that the UK is not investing enough in soft-skills and by 2020, more than half a million UK workers will be significantly held back by a lack of soft-skills.
The CBI Education and Skills Survey highlighted that more needs to be done to equip students with the skills and attributes they need for the world of work.
They reported that the most important factors when recruiting are attitudes (85%) and aptitudes (58%), which rank well ahead of formal qualifications
Why Sport?
Education Secretary, Damien Hinds, has said that whilst qualifications and exams were important they were “not the whole picture when it comes to what you learn and achieve” and that said schools should develops pupils’ character, resilience and workplace skills.
He believed there was nothing easy about developing “soft skills” but highlighted sport as one area that offered the opportunity.
Sport provides the perfect arena to develop soft-skills, in both a memorable and dynamic ways, whilst providing other physical and emotional health benefits
Soft-skills framework
Competency based skills model provides a common language of soft-skills development for coaches, students, players and parents,
The model provides a framework for evaluation and performance review
Competencies can be evidenced over a period of time via both an online and offline achievement tracker
A BTEC qualification is available based on this competency model

soft-skills e-learning course
Future proofing your career through soft-skills
Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba on the future of education
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