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Connecting Coaches Conference 2020

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27 and 28 November 2020 (on-line with regional gatherings)

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In 2020 we have an exceptional line up of speakers. The speakers will draw on their experiences to highlight the importance of coaches being adaptable and creative as well as being good communicators who can make connections with others.

The aims of the 2020 Connecting Coaches conference are to:

1. provide coaches with opportunities to make connections with other coaches and discuss issues relevant to being a coach in this rapidly changing world; 

2. showcase coaches who creatively connect and communicate with others.

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It's time to get focused on the areas you need help with

Unlike conferences where you are physically present the 2020 Connecting Coaches conference is entirely online. Although if we stay at level 1 we are planning to have regional 'happy hours' at the end of Friday.

All speakers will be recorded so if you can't fit all of them into your schedule then you can come back later to hear what they have to say. It's all up you you

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2 days
27 speakers
12 categories
Session 1 | Wellbeing Habit Tracker: Creating Connections in Professional Rugby 27 November 2020, 12:00 AM
Anne-Marie Jackson, Sonya O’Neill & Mark Ranby
Session 10 | Adapting to the changing Auckland environment: What does it mean for sports participation? 28 November 2020, 01:30 AM
Simone Spencer Aktive
Session 6 | Toro mai tō ringa 27 November 2020, 02:30 AM
Gianna Leoni, David Reedy & Corey Senalale
Session 11 | In a rapidly changing Aotearoa how are coaches responding to ensure they, and sport, are relevant to the young people of tomorrow, 2025 or 2032? 28 November 2020, 02:00 AM
Geoff Barry & Tania Cassidy Sport New Zealand Ihi Aotearoa & School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Otago

With 20 experts, the tactics you need are just a click away

Our experts will be sharing their knowledge and experiences with you to support your development as a coach. Specifically, they will focus on the importance of coaches being adaptable and creative as well as being good communicators who can make connections with others.

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