Life skills are those which help you, elite athletes, to give the best of yourselves. This know-how can seem "normal" to you in the context of your sporting carrer. As athletes, you have to realise, however that if you really commit yourselves, you will manage to develop a whole series of really valuable resources to carry out your projects after your sporting career. Make the most of your career, of the prospects that it offers, to capatalise on areas such as media realtions, public speaking, health and nutrition, financial planning, time management, setting objectives and creating and maintaining public relations. Read the following pages to find information, tools and practical advice, as well as personal accounts about this different know-how.
The workplace has seen many changes. The skills that employers are looking for nowadays are those which people have acquired themselves, in the sports arena or practising other everyday activities. This web site will help you to identify the skills that you already have and those that you can develop. No qualifications or prerequisites are needed. You can start to develop the skills from your everyday and athletic life right now.
Employers are looking for people who have life skills that can be useful in the workplace. Importance is placed on the link between life, learning and work; and on the way in which these three elements come together to promote:
• Leadership qualities and teamwork
• The ability to adapt and collaboration
• Initiative & innovation