The principles of agility guides us to create teams that are high functioning in professional performance environments.



Sports performance environments are often unknown, fluid and ever-changing, this is where agility benefits teams.

Agile teams are able to adapt to the fast-changing demands that performance brings.

When a team is agile in their approach it allows them to stay present and task-focused.  They are more able to communicate effectively and respond what is needed now.


For professional teams who want to empower the athlete to drive team processes.


To be an Agile Team is to follow the processes of agility. 

What does the process involve?
  • Coaching the Head Coach to understand their role as the head coach in the agile process.
  • Teaching the team how to function effectively through daily and weekly or bi-weekly process cycles.
  • Coaching and shaping the team environment to be high performing.
  • Coaching individuals as and when they need support to fit into the team processes.

The principles that guide agile teams...

  • Individuals & Interactions over Processes and Tools.
  • On Field Performance over Technical and Theoretical Models.
  • Team Collaboration over Individual Excellence.
  • Responding to Change over Following a Plan.

First steps to start the process...

  • Set up initial team training. (Two days)
  • Head Coach to create Team Performance Backlog. (A list of all the things the team would need to develop to reach their desired performance.)
  • Determine regularity of Team Processes. There are 4 team processes that the team will learn to complete.
  • Get to work!


All year round, with the best times being pre-season and in-season.


 A mixture of online or face-to-face coaching and facilitation sessions as is needed by the coaching staff and team.


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