Leadership & Culture, Performance, Summit Session | Feb 14, 2020
For the final onstage session of the day, we took the time to explore one of high performance sport’s biggest challenges in creating highly functioning interdisciplinary teams. Questions on the agenda included: how to create an environment to maximize interdisciplinary working? What does a well-designed and structure high performance framework to support this look like? And what are the keys in attaining buy-in across departments to mitigate expertise bias and silos?
Key Takeaways Survival of the fittest: The ‘survival mode’ of players is something that needs focus. Almost a game a day over the course of just under 200 days is a crazy demand. But it’s about adopting it and thriving in it. Where to start? Innovation in its earliest form is an intriguing approach and […]

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