Performance Vital Signs

 

Performa Index ratings serve as vital signs which are charted individually and collectively across teams to communicate the rhythm of performance. 

 

Index Ratings

 

Performa Index Ratings are displayed with a heat map that indicate a team or individual's assessment and perception of performance. 

 The Performa Index ratings are based on a scale of seven.

The Performa Index ratings are based on a scale of seven.


Index Scales

 

IPR

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMA

Rating of overall individual performance in competition

 Gauge attitude, confidence level and competition mindset

Gauge attitude, confidence level and competition mindset

7 THE BEST

6 HIGHLY EFFICIENT

5 EFFICIENT

4 AVERAGE

3 NEUTRAL (OK)

2 BELOW AVERAGE

1 POOR

TPR

TEAM PERFORMA

Rating of overall team performance in competition

 Gauge attitude, team chemistry and competition mindset

Gauge attitude, team chemistry and competition mindset


 
 

M-PsFR

MENTAL PSYCH

Rating of mental focus relating to psyche prior to competition

 Monitor mental readiness and pattern of pre-game focus

Monitor mental readiness and pattern of pre-game focus

 

7 VERY FOCUSED

6 FOCUSED

5 SOMEWHAT

4 NEUTRAL (OK)

3 NOT SURE

2 DISTRACTED

1 VERY DISTRACTED


 

P-PsFR

PHYSICAL PSYCH

Rating of physiology relating to health prior to competition

 Monitor physical health and pattern of body maintenance

Monitor physical health and pattern of body maintenance

 

7 VERY HEALTHY

6 HEALTHY

5 SOMEWHAT HEALTHY

4  NEUTRAL (OK)

3 UNCOMFORTABLE

2 SICK OR INJURED

1 VERY SICK OR INJURED


Indi PrFR

INDIVIDUAL PREP 

Rating of individual accomplishment based on priorities, standards and expectations

 Compare and contrast expectations vs. the outcome

Compare and contrast expectations vs. the outcome

7 EXCEEDED 

6 MET

5 SOMEWHAT

4 NEUTRAL

3 NOT SURE

2 DIDN'T MEET

1  DID NOTHING

Team PrFR

TEAM PREP

Rating of team accomplishment based on priorities, standards and expectations

 Analyze team chemistry competition mindset

Analyze team chemistry competition mindset

 

The Rhythm of Performance

 

The Index illustrates these vital signs graphically, game-to-game, to show the historical pulse of how they compete for an athlete, team or organization.

 
 

Index Pulse

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Traits

Measuring Athletic Character

Performa is changing the game by defining qualitative performance. Traits  allow athletes to characterize athletic performance based off perception of best and worst qualities; dominant traits (strengths & AIMs) illustrates athletic signature - character, identity and culture - by mapping these characteristics game-to-game.

 

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

 

Skills

The Elements of Sports

 

Performa KPIs index perceived strengths and necessary areas of improvement (AIMs) by allowing athletes to communicate dominate contributions from a periodic table of skills,  which differ sport to sport. A Performa Index will communicate performance depth perception, reveal character chemistry (make-up) and tendencies illustrated through unique performance trend signatures for both teams and individuals.

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Basketball

Tennis

Lacrosse

A Composite Sports Index For All Sports

 A Performance Journal

Hindsight Notes

 

Insight is a valuable commodity when building teams and developing athletes within specific roles. Hearing from athletes in their own words without restraint helps to gain valuable personal, specific feedback necessary to fuel high performance and improvements.

 
 

“Started off somewhat poorly on defense closing out and creating intensity. But in the second half we picked it up and gained confidence and intensity allowing us to outscore them and get the win. I could’ve shot better but my free throws payed off and my defense was decent but certainly could be better.”


"I thought I played well and knocked down needed shots when the other team was making their run. My team just needs to get over the hump of not playing down to other people's level. It's great we can contend against any teams, but we didn't notice that we were playing complacent on different levels the whole team because of our competition. Otherwise still happy to get the win."


"Still getting back into the groove of things from injury. Didn't play as hard as I should've due to being out of shape, working on running and shooting more shots everyday."

 

"I didn't feel like I was playing with my brothers. I feel it was like someone who's playing with me for the first time, because there wasn't any trust to me and everyone one was elide on me that I am always wrong but they have to be series with their own selves and than they can talk to me my problems but I don't now we are team and it have been for long time I don't get any trust every freaking time they saying my doing wrong I work every freaking day to get Better in basketball about 2 hour and when they telling me that I am wrong or bad I get pissed."


"I think I played well when I was in. I didn't get enough playing time and I don't think that's fair when I did nothing wrong. This makes me very angry and not understand what I'm doing wrong to affect the team."


“Started off somewhat poorly on defense closing out and creating intensity. But in the second half we picked it up and gained confidence and intensity allowing us to outscore them and get the win. I could’ve shot better but my free throws payed off and my defense was decent but certainly could be better.”