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CPA/CEP Online Dialogue

Posted on 30 August 2012 by Darrell Cobner

Darrell Cobner shares his discussions with Mark Upton regarding current processes and possible future directions for performance analysis, coaching practice and products to compliment these. Read more [...]

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Leave a Legacy

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Leaving a Legacy with Limited Funding

Posted on 14 August 2012 by Josh Bryan

Filling the post Olympic hole in our lives is hard. Here, Josh Bryan discusses how PA can play it's part in Leaving a Legacy for an Inspired Generation. Read more [...]

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Communication Tools for our Industry

Posted on 25 July 2012 by VPA

VPA look at existing themes running through blogs on the site and show how Team Performance Exchange can be used to promote communication. Read more [...]

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Communicate for Consistency

Posted on 18 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

You may have read my recent three part blog revealing my experiences with creating a Referee Communication Forum for rugby union referees (Click here for Part 1) . These blogs were focussed on how the forum was created and delivered to the specific community in focus, however, I didn't provide you with examples of why a lot of the sporting Read more [...]

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Part 3: Going Live!

Posted on 10 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

You've made it to Part 3! It's been a long journey and i'm glad you've stuck with it as the end is now in sight! For us guys on the TPE site, judgement day was upon us. The idea for the forum had been sparked after the gripping England Vs Wales match, where people felt that some referee decisions could be discussed along with the "elephant Read more [...]

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Part 2: Developing a Simple Workflow

Posted on 09 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

So, as discussed in Part 1, I created an interactive start page that would instruct all members on how to work their way around the site. As well as ensuring people could work the way around the site, the instructions were provided to ensure people used the site in a certain way. The power of the site would be in viewing video files and commenting Read more [...]

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Referee Communication Forum

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Part 1: Creating a Referee Communication Forum

Posted on 09 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

Recently, I was heavily involved in creating a specific Team Performance Exchange (TPE) website which was designed to join a group of specialist rugby people from a variety of backgrounds, including coaching, officiation and analysis. These people were being encouraged to join the Referee Communication Forum, a TPE site which would enable Read more [...]

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