From Weapons to Tools: A Modern Approach to Student-Athlete Surveys with Matt Davidson P.h.D., and Jessica Allisterby National Fastpitch Coaches Association
In today's world, coaching is a tumultuous profession and oftentimes student-athlete evaluations can be a weapon used against coaches instead of a tool to improve communication, feedback, and even performance. Join Matthew Davidson, from Excellence with Integrity Institute as he explores ways in which student-athlete feedback can be a positive experience for coaches and programs.
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Dr. Matthew Davidson is the original founder and current president of the Excellence with Integrity Institute. Dr. Davidson has dedicated over 25 years to the theory, practice and assessment of character and culture with a special emphasis on leadership and organizational development. The Excellence with Integrity Assessment Tools have been used in a wide-range of educational, youth development, and workplace settings. Additionally, they have been used with student-athletes and coaches in youth, high school, and Division I, II, and III intercollegiate athletic settings. A native of Fayetteville, New York, Dr. Davidson is actively involved in coaching, teaching, and volunteer activities in his church and community. He has completed 15 marathons and enjoys the process of training mind, body, and soul for optimal performance.