I gave this presentation at the 3rd International iCoachKids Conference at the University of Limerick on June 14th, 2019. The aim is to provoke consideration around the development of Coaching Philosophies among children’s sport coaching practitioners.
The presentation intends to challenge common, and often superficial, perceptions around what success looks like and why we coach children sports. It is hoped to shed some light on the differences between children’s and adults’ motivations to participate in sport and what the meaning of success is, at its deepest level, to both an individual and a collective basis.
This is a presentation I gave at the 2018 Professional Doctorate Student Conference at Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland on: “Investigating the Role of Paradoxical Thinking and its Effectiveness in Managing Decision-Making for Strategy Implementation.”
The purpose of the presentation is to highlight the development of the early stages of my thesis, and to emphasize motivations for focusing on paradoxical thinking, particularly on the interplay between intuition and rationality.
This is a presentation I gave on “GAA Go Games: The R(e)volution in Gaelic Games” at the 2014 Games Development conference in Croke Park, Dublin, as part of my role as GAA National Development Officer.
This is a presentation I gave on the development of hurling in Limerick city from 2005 to 2010. I was employed as the Hurling Development Officer for Limerick city during this period. It was made at the GAA National Games Development Conference in Croke Park, Dublin in January 2011.