Good organisational practices to encourage women as high-performance coaches

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Taylor, Damien, Hanlon, Clare ORCID: 0000-0001-5547-5327 and Dawson, Andrew ORCID: 0000-0003-1596-6927 (2022) Good organisational practices to encourage women as high-performance coaches. Project Report. Victoria University, Melbourne, Victoria.


Organisational practices that support women as high-performance coaches needs to be researched, showcased and embraced by sport. To assist, the following brief is part of a larger project and presents perspectives from women as high-performance coaches and senior managers across five national sport organisations (NSOs) in Australia on what are good organisational practices. These NSOs were selected from a) the list of NSOs that met the Australian Institute of Sport high-performance 2019 funding criteria and/or a member of The Coalition of Major Professional and Participation Sport, and b) had publicly accessible documents that acknowledge their focus to encourage women as high-performance coaches.

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Item type Monograph (Project Report)
Edition 1st
DOI 10.26196/mmrc-c095
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Subjects Current > FOR (2020) Classification > 3507 Strategy, management and organisational behaviour
Current > Division/Research > Institute for Health and Sport
Keywords high-performance coaches, talent identification, national sport organisation, Australia
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Taylor, D., Hanlon, C., & Dawson, A. (2022). Good Organisational Practices to Encourage Women as High-Performance Coaches. Institute for Health and Sport, Victoria University.

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