We help sport do good
Our support enables sports bodies to deliver both sporting results and social impact.
Who we work with
What we offer
We crossover best practice in coaching, teaching and social impact to support and challenge sports bodies who want both sporting results and social impact.
Why we offer support
Sharply rising mental health issues among athletes and coaches
More young people affected by trauma during pandemic lockdowns
Increasing social inequalities and heightened awareness of diversity and inclusion issues
Heightened attention to issues of student-athlete wellbeing and safe coaching climates
And much more
How we work
Our approach is based on:
Understand the needs of the coaches, athletes and organisations we serve
Asset-based approach focused on people’s strengths
Co-design of support with clients so they can shape and drive their own growth
A relationship with clients that encourages challenge and openness
Measuring the impact of our support to provide compelling evidence for changes experienced by coaches and athletes
Personal development for coaches and athletes
Increased care and performance for teams
Social impact for
Sustainable change for sporting systems
The MVMT Model
We combine a coaching model with an impact model to provide coaches and organisations with a framework to achieve both sporting results and social impact.
The four blocks
The coaching blocks give equal space to the areas of technical/tactical (WHAT), coaching methods (HOW), understanding people (WHO) and the personal drivers for each coach (WHY).
The three Circles
The three circles illustrate the ripple effect of impact for coaches, players and the community they serve.
The Measurement Arrow
We measure impact to identify compelling evidence for the difference coaches and organisations make for people and communities.
Connect with us
Simon is fully absorbed in the use of sport as a tool for changing lives. He’s an experienced social entrepreneur, coach and facilitator.
Alan loves to dive deep into conversations about coaching. He’s a Great Britain basketball national team head coach and PhD candidate.
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