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Love the one(s) you're with by Alistair Smith

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  • 1. LOVE THE ONE(S)  YOU’RE WITH:  IDENTIFYING AND  DEVELOPING  TALENT  Alistair Smith Consultant to FA Learning
  • 2. “It’s better to invest  in and develop the  talent you already  have, or know you  can readily access,  than to spend scarce  resource looking  elsewhere…”
  • 3. Shift in Six Steps 1. Envision Possibility  2. Embrace Opportunity 3. Enrol Community  4. Empower Identity  5. Establish Accountability  6. Embed Practicality
  • 4. ENVISION  POSSIBILITY 1. Branding Exercise
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  • 7. "When you've got excitement and talent, and can also have fun as a group, then those three things in the right balance give that talent the opportunity to express itself.” Steve Hansen, Nov 2012
  • 8. What makes the All Blacks great? • • • • • • • Team Ethos Playing and Coaching Resources Succession planning with talent High Performance Department Age Related Development Approach Part of the national culture Playing style based on speed of decision-making
  • 9. EMBRACE   OPPORTUNITY 2. STEEP Analysis 3. Future Basing 4. Thinking Hats
  • 10. Manage Resistance to Change Insight Energy Acceptance Anger Denial Withdrawal Time
  • 11. The Sigmoid curve: act early… Performance A Time B
  • 12. ENROL   COMMUNITY 5. Generation Exercise
  • 13. Four generations – what are the differences? Baby Boomers Generation X Over 52 years old 36‐52 years old Generation Y Generation Z 19‐35 years old Defining moments Ways you learned Technology you used Sport and Recreation you experienced Values you developed Currently at school
  • 14. Four generations – how do you enrol them? A Target  Group? Baby Boomers 52 plus Generation X 36‐52 Generation Y 19‐35 Generation Z School Readily Accessible? Clear Benefits to  involvement? Suitable  Communication Media 
  • 15. EMPOWER   IDENTITY 6. Identikit Profile 7. Improvement Teams 8. Influencing Strategies
  • 16. Love the One(s) You’re  With 1. Who are the key people you need to  take with you on your journey? 2. How can you influence these key  people to travel with you on the  journey?
  • 17. Team Cohesion Sociogram 5 1 Identify the  different  influencing  strategies for  each  individual,  pair or unit 3 2 4
  • 18. Decision making is shaped by the networks  we operate within. Identify the Connectors, Mavens and Sellers and influence: 1. sell benefits, not features 2. attach importance to consistency with values 3. use the social cohesion of the group 4. create a reciprocal arrangement  5. exploit scarcity of time, opportunity or cost 6. provide endorsements from status figures
  • 19. ESTABLISH    ACOUNTABILITY 9. Problem Page Exercise
  • 20. Problem Page Use one side of the postcard to  give an outline of a specific  challenge you face in your role.  Describe the problem in sufficient  detail for another group to be able  to offer some solutions…
  • 21. EMBED   PRACTICALITY 10. Prioritisation Matrix
  • 22. consensual decision making High 4 IMPACT 3 2 1 Low 1 2 3 DO‐ABILITY 4 High
  • 23. Prioritisation matrix How do we deliver a mentoring programme? Approach  Do‐ability Impact 1. Make it voluntary 3 1 2. Make it compulsory 1 4 3. Create our own programme 1 2 4. Buy in a programme 3 2 5. Accredit through 1st4 Sport 3 2 6. Accredit ourselves 1 1 7. Accredit through University 3 4 8. Seek a commercial partner 1 4
  • 24. consensual decision making High 4 IMPACT 8 2 7 3 2 3 1 6 Low 1 4 5 1 2 3 DO‐ABILITY 4 High
  • 25. Shift in Six Steps 1. Envision Possibility  2. Embrace Opportunity 3. Enrol Community  4. Empower Identity  5. Establish Accountability  6. Embed Practicality
  • 26. LOVE THE ONE(S)  YOU’RE WITH:  IDENTIFYING AND  DEVELOPING  TALENT  Alistair Smith Consultant to FA Learning al@alistairsmithlearning.com

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