Keeping up to date with the latest discussions can be tough for a time-poor coach. At MVMT we are creating a lot of content to support coaches and sports development professionals to learn the process of creating both sporting results and social outcomes at the same time. This highlights some of our recent work that is resonating with difference maker coaches.
Recognising that people experience harm while engaging in sports can be an uncomfortable and difficult to process for many. But that doesn't mean it should be ignored. Recognising that people experience harm in sport is the first step to addressing the problem. This blog post aims to help and enhance your understanding of the harm sport causes. We will share with you three key insights supported by research evidence.
Being a difference maker is about more than simply helping people. It requires thinking on at least three levels. At MVMT we support dozens of coaches and sports development professionals to learn the process of creating both sporting results and social outcomes at the same time. We have found consistently that coaches focus heavily on the difference they can make for the people they coach, but little about the impact they can have on a wider community and often neglect the impact their coaching has on themselves.