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Now-Best-Next Summit : Jamming - Feeling comfortable in your skin / Dean Widders.

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Record Number 513287
Item Type Video
Meeting Name Now Best Next - The Pursuit of Personal Excellence. Conference ( 2016 : Sydney, N.S.W.)
Title Now-Best-Next Summit : Jamming - Feeling comfortable in your skin / Dean Widders.
Published 2016
Description 1 streaming video (approximately 34 minutes) : mp4 file + computer file (PDF)
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
text
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Series 2016 Conferences
Notes Available to Clearinghouse member groups B and C.
Contents Day 1 - 2 June 2016 : Jamming - Feeling comfortable in your skin. Presenter : Dean Widders, Welfare and Education manager, NRL.
Summary Now Best Next was a joint initiative between Australia’s high performance strategic sports agency, the AIS and the National Rugby League (NRL) with support from practitioners in Olympic and Paralympic sports, state institutes, professional sporting codes and international organisations. It signified a systemic and united approach to emphasise the readiness by Australian sport to collectively work together to highlight the importance of athlete wellbeing. The program has been designed to help speakers, presenters and delegates by exchanging diverse experiences and perspectives. We will delve into what we are doing NOW in athlete wellbeing, explore what is BEST practice, and uncover emergent thinking around how to progress to NEXT practice.
What is Jamming? Jamming is where presenters go head-to-head in delivering a fast-paced pitch on their topic (a program, research, new initiative or hot topic conversations specific to athlete wellbeing) to an audience to entice them to join them in their extended 30-minute session, conversation or workshop. Jamming enables athlete wellbeing providers to showcase their achievements or get clarity on topics relating to athlete wellbeing that they feel are important. Why are we Jamming? Jamming is an exciting, fast-paced and creative way to share knowledge and information among colleagues, identify and lead topical conversations, learn about the positive changes that individuals and teams are making in athlete wellbeing. Who can Jam? To be considered, 2016 Now Best Next Summit delegates were invited to submit an application by the April closing date.
Subjects Conference
Athlete
Well-being
Collaboration
Mental health
Policy
best practice
Rugby league
Indigenous Athlete
Added Author Widders, Dean National Rugby League.
Added Corporate Name Australian Sports Commission
Australian Institute of Sport
National Rugby League
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming video (access restrictions may apply)
Clearinghouse for Sport Client Services Model - access restrictions explained.
Conference program (PDF)
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