THE PERFORMA INDEX

for Athlete, Coach and Team use season to season.

Defining The KPI

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ENABLE AThletes TO SELF EVALUATE

and review performance with coaches, game-to-game. KPIs create and develop unique individual and team indexes with consistent use each season.

IPR

INDVIDUAL PERFORMANCE RATING

Overall individual performance rating.

TPR

TEAM PERFORMANCE RATING

Overall team performance rating.

Mental FR

MENTAL PSYCH FACTOR RATING

Rating of overall focus prior to the start of competition.

Physical FR

PHYSICAL PSYCH FACTOR RATING

Rating of overall body maintenance prior to the start of competition.

Individual Objectives

INDIVIDUAL (PREP FACTOR RATING) OBJECTIVES

Rating based on Standards, Priorities & Expectations.

Team Objectives

TEAM (PREP FACTOR RATING) OBJECTIVES

Rating based on Standards, Priorities & Expectations.

Traits

SELECT BEST AND WORST (DEFAULT LIST)

Communicates strengths & Areas to Improve (AIMs) focus.

Skills

SELECT Strengths and AIMs (DEFAULT LIST)

Communicates strengths & Areas to Improve (AIMs) focus.

Hindsight Notes

Free Response

For use with specific points of review or personal log for things to remember.


 

KPI Ratings & Scales

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR Ratings Communicate Trends

 

PERFORMANCE Pulse

RATINGS

 

Athletes rate themselves in multi-sport (composite) categories to assess performance vitals, on a scale of 1 to 7. These universal ratings benchmark athlete awareness, measures perception, and charts progress.

 

Overall Performance (2)

Individual & Team

 

Mental Psych (1)

Mental PsFR

 

Physical Psych (1)

Physical PsFR

 

Performance Objectives (2)

Individual & Team

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Indexing Your Performance

Develops from K.P.I.’s you track GAME-TO-GAME

 

Ratings

Performance Rythym

TRAITS

Strengths & Areas to Improve (AIMs)

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CHARACTER QUALITIES


 

Who are you when you compete? Trait KPIs are assess based off best and worst qualities displayed, during competition. Are you the thermometer or the thermostat? These character qualities frame the dominate perception of strengths and areas to improve.


Attitude – positive or negative way of thinking that is reflected in behavior

Communication – good or bad means of communicating with those on the team

Decision-making – the way in which one executes on strategy or determining course of action


Effort/Intensity – vigorous or lack of determined attempt; amount of potency or lack thereof

Focused/Sharp – level of particular attention or lack thereof; attention to detail

Hustle/Aggressive – to obtain by forceful action; busy movement and activity


Positive Mindset - a particular mental attitude in which there is an expectation of good and favorable results

Confidence – the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust

Efficiency – the ratio of useful, effective work performed to the total energy expended


Team Spirit/Morale – added positive feelings of camaraderie among the team; added confidence and enthusiasm

Poise – conduct that exudes grace, balance or control

 

Character Index

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Performance Index

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Character Index

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SKILLS

STRENGTHS & AREAS TO IMPROVE (AIMS)

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FUNDAMENTAL ABILITIES


 

What do you do when you compete? Skill KPIs assessed based on “standards, expectations and priorities”, tracks athlete focus and awareness - most, least, best and worst. Fundamental skills or abilities illustrate the dominate perception of strengths and AIMs.

 

Strengths

 
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Performance Index

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Areas to Improve

 
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Hindsight Notes

The Insights From Points of Reflection

 
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A free response section for athletes also known as H.Notes can be used in a variety of ways but encourages open communication and accountability in areas of…

  • Coaches Asking, for reflection;

  • Personal Focus, regarding game and competition specifics;

  • Concern, due to frustration, emotion or dissatisfaction from a game or competition;

  • Game Planning, to record notes about what to do moving forward to prepare for the next game or competition.

 

Game-to-Game Reporting

Track your Entire Season-Career From Start to Finish 

 

INDIVIDUAL & TEAM REPORTING

 

Game to game reporting, display aggregate responses of the team. Athletes can ONLY see KPIs they submit, team index averages, top traits & skills and hindsight notes log.

Coach and Director access with active license and subscription.