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10. The Culture of Youth Development

by | Jun 8, 2020 | 2 comments

10. The Culture of Youth Development

 
 
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The focus of our chat today is The Culture of Youth Development.

Joey Peters is a Matildas legend who coincidentally wore the #10 shirt. She is the fifth most capped Matilda of all time, having represented the national Team 110 times between 1996 and 2009, scoring 28 goals. 

Joey played in FIFA Women’s World Cups in 1999, 2003, & 2007.

She was an Olympian at the 2004 Athens Games. She is an Asian Cup finalist, and has played in professional football leagues all over the world from the USA, to Brazil and Sweden.

Joey was the winner of the Julie Dolan Medal in 2002/2003 Women’s National League Season and was inducted into the FFA Hall of Fame in 2010.

Joey is a mum, and SBS Football analyst. After retiring from Playing Professional Football in 2009, Joey has continued her passion for Football in the Coaching space with experience from Grassroots to Professional Learning Environments attaining C, B and A Advanced Coaching Licences through Asia (AFC) and Australian (FFA) Football Federations. 

Joey has now developed her own Coaching Methodology GAME PLAY LEARN which ‘Hides Learning In FUN’ and provides dynamic, motivating learning environments aimed at inspiring and nurturing players.

Listen in to learn more about The Culture of Youth Development.

 

The Culture of Youth Development

 

If you have any questions for Brendan around this episode or generally around culture, leadership or teamwork, feel free to contact him here.

Are you frustrated by politics and confusion in your workplace, is there low morale and productivity, or is your business experiencing unwanted turnover and hiring costs? Call me on +61 417 191 409 or email me at brendan@brendanrogers.com.au, and let's have a chat!

2 Comments

  1. Bernie

    Excellent discussion.

    The principle of hiding learning in fun is something we could apply more broadly in organisational settings.

    Thanks Joey and Brendan.

    Reply

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