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“It’s About Going From Good to Great”: Expert Approaches to Conducting a First Sport Psychology Session

Graig M. Chow, Lindsay M. Garinger, Jaison Freeman, Savanna K. Ward, and Matthew D. Bird

as another method of generating client data in an initial meeting. This semistructured approach is designed for initial performance-focused consultation and is person-centered and strengths based. The Performance Interview Guide has seven components: (a) identifying information, (b) reason for

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Bringing on the Next Generation of Sport Scientists: The Benefits of Work-Integrated Learning

David B. Pyne

both the sporting program (coach, high-performance manager or director, and relevant support staff including the primary liaison who will manage day-to-day activities) and the university (supervisor, administration officer). The student should also be a party and signatory to this document. An initial

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Cathy Ennis: Reflections on Our Collaboration and Friendship

Stephen Silverman

were equally supportive and interesting and provided me with a sounding board for understanding our field. Cathy and I were colleagues, but more importantly we also were friends. Our initial meeting at AERA turned into yearly meals at different meetings. We often planned in advance, made dinner

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An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Management of Vocal Cord Dysfunction in an Elite Female Swimmer: A Case Study

Claire-Marie Roberts

treatment team. I organized the first face-to-face meeting with the athlete and her parents to determine the extent of the problem, and to discuss how I could best provide support in conjunction with the rest of the interdisciplinary team. Discussions at the initial meeting included details of the VCD, its

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Workplace Dynamics in Professional Sport: A Case Study of Identification, Political Skill, and Personal Control

Steve Swanson and Samuel Y. Todd

. While her job duties aligned globally with the wider area of community relations, her main task at this time was to lead the HOME initiative. Maria was excited about the taskforce membership and had called for an initial meeting with the group later that afternoon, which would provide the first

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A Roundtable With College Strength and Conditioning Coaches: Working With Sport Coaches

Andy Gillham, Michael Doscher, Jim Krumpos, Michelle Martin Diltz, Nate Moe, Shepard Allen, and Reese Bridgeman

proactive about reaching out and introducing myself and staff. I attempt to communicate that we are interested in helping them be successful and that we would like to meet, but we understand how busy a transition period can be for a new coach. That way we are allowing them to fit the initial meeting into

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Lessons Learned: Coaches’ Perceptions of a Pilot E-Mentoring Programme

Matthew A. Grant, Gordon A. Bloom, and Jordan S. Lefebvre

certification, topics of coaching interest, area(s) of specialization, and available dates for their initial meeting at the national coaching convention. After these data were collected, USL disseminated the mentee information to the mentors and mentor information to the mentees without person indicators

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Validation of Sedentary Behavior Record Instrument as a Measure of Contextual Information of Sedentary Behavior

Heontae Kim and Minsoo Kang

behavior from the Autographer. TV indicates television. Procedure Participants were recruited from the southeastern United States through word of mouth and flyers posted at a southeastern university. Each participant had an initial meeting with the study investigator in which the former read and signed an

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Qatar 2022 World Cup: Designing a Context-Based Decision-Making Approach

Gashaw Abeza, Mads Quist Boesen, Norm O’Reilly, and Jessica R. Braunstein-Minkove

information to the President in two weeks’ time. In the two weeks of fact finding that followed from the initial meeting, you and the other members of the advisory board had a few calls and exchanged a number of group and individual emails. It was a busy time. The communications mainly focused on the

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Designing Quality Sport Environments to Support Newcomer Youth and Their Families: The Case of One Program Founder/Leader

Sara Kramers, Camille Sabourin, Laura Martin, and Martin Camiré

with the program. Conversations held during these initial meetings represent important opportunities for Susan to share the philosophy and objectives, and for the families to share their expectations of Allies. Importantly, these initial meetings could also provide an opportunity for the newcomer