ICCE Research Committee Consultation and Review
Based on discussions at the 2019 ICCE Global Coaches Conference and Research Fair in Tokyo, a decision was made by the ICCE and Research Committee to consult on and review the purpose, function and governance of the Research Committee, as well as explore the need for, and structure of, wider researcher and research organisation, and events such as the Global Coaching Conference and Research Fair.

We invite members of the sport coaching research community, sport coaching funders/policy makers, managers, practitioners, and relevant others, to take part in a consultation and review process.

Please complete and submit the following web-form by 17th April 2020.

The findings of the consultation will be shared with the ICCE leadership in May 2020 and the review proposals will be shared through the ICCE website in June 2020 - representing a final stage of consultation.

The review and recommendations will shape the ICCE Research Committee, and ICCE linked researcher and research organisations, and events, from September 2020 until the next appropriate review period.

If you have any questions about the consultation and review please contact Julian North
j.north@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

Many thanks for your engagement in this consultation exercise.
The ICCE Research Committee
Q1. Where are we now with the international sport coaching research community? Can you comment on, for example, the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats (SWOT)? Please don't feel the need to stick to the SWOT framework - some basic commentary will be sufficient.
Your answer
Q2. Where are we now in terms of the ICCE’s support to international sport coaching researchers? As above, SWOT or some basic commentary.
Your answer
Q3. Where are we now with the Research Committee? As above, SWOT or some basic commentary.
Your answer
Q4. Where are we now with the Global Coaches Conference and Research Fair? As above, SWOT or some basic commentary.
Your answer
Q5. What should be the overall purpose of the Research Committee?
Your answer
Q6. How should the Research Committee support the international sport coaching research community? What kind of services, opportunities and interventions?
Your answer
Q7. How should the Research Committee be constituted in terms of membership - (1) inclusivity (continent, country, gender and other demographics, job role, experience etc.), (2) number of members (3) duration of membership (4) constitution – chair, and other roles (5) appointments process and terms
Your answer
Q8. What other governance or process concerns or suggestions do you have about or for the Research Committee?
Your answer
Q9. What kind of transparency measures would you like to see put in place for the Research Committee?
Your answer
Q10. Any other comments about the Research Committee, its purpose, constitution and activity?
Your answer
Q11. What are your views on the Global Coaches Conference? How could it be improved to better serve researchers and practitioners?
Your answer
Q12. What are your views on the Research Fair? How could it be improved to better serve sport coaching researchers?
Your answer
Q13. Should the Research Fair also be targetted at practitioners?
Your answer
Q14. How can the Research Committee have global reach and stimulate local action?
Your answer
Q15. Any other comments about the ICCE and research support?
Your answer
Please tell us a bit about yourself
Q16. In which contintent do you mainly work?
Q17. In which country do you mainly work?
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Q18. Are you MAINLY an academic researcher, other researcher/consultant, policy maker/administrator, or practitioner?
Q19. If you are an academic researcher, would you describe yourself as early, mid or established/late career?
Q20. Are you male, female or prefer not to say?
Q21. Would you like to talk further with us about your responses? If so, please leave your name and contact details.
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