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  • LADIES SEMINAR

    FIS CONGRESS BARCELONA 2nd June 2014

  • PROGRAMME

    Lady Athletes and their Career After Sports

    16:00 Welcome

    16:10 Keynote

    16:45 Coffee Break

    17:00 Practical Experiences

    18:15 The Austrian Model KADA

    18:35 Questions and Answers

  • PROGRAMME

    Lady Athletes and their Career After Sports

    16:00 Welcome

    16:10 Keynote

    16:45 Coffee Break

    17:00 Practical Experiences

    18:15 The Austrian Model KADA

    18:35 Questions and Answers

  • Andreas Kttel

    University of Southern Denmark

  • Ladies seminar

    FIS Congress Barcelona 2014

    After the sports career

    Andreas Kttel,

    akuttel@health.sdu.dk

  • My Background

    Ski jumping World Cup Tour 1995- 2011

    Participated at 8 World Championships and 3 Olympics

    FIS Athlete commission 2009- 2011

    Sport studies at ETH Zurich with a MSc in 2005

    I live in Denmark with my wife and my 4 year old son

    Began with the doctoral research project last October at

    the Southern University of Denmark (Odense)

  • Overview

    Career transitions in sport

    Reasons for athletic retirement

    Consequences of the transition out of elite sport

    Career Programs for athletes

    Life after elite sport

    Practical implications

    My research project

  • Athletic career model (Wylleman et al. 2004)

  • Reasons of athletic retirement

  • Reasons of athletic retirement (Engel et al. 2014)

    Vocational reasons (opportunity for a good job) 67%

    Performance- related reasons 56%

    Health- related reasons 50%

    Environment-related reasons (conflict with coach) 40%

    Family- related reasons 5% (Higher for women)

    Financial- related reasons 5%

    Voluntary vs. involuntary planned vs. unplanned

    Locus of control is important!

  • What facilitates a successful transition?

    Pre-retirement planning -> plans for life after elitesport

    Personality/ (Athletic-) Identity and Coping- strategies

    Social support and environment (family, coaches, teammates)

    Education/ previous working experience

    Network

    Awarness and motivation to transfer skills to the new role

  • Transferable skills

  • Athlete Career Programs

    Designed to develop social, eductional, and work-related

    skills in elite athletes

    Topics:

    Counselling

    Education management (Dual Career)

    Career management (discuss opportunities in sport or in other fields)

    Job application skills/ job placement

    Social/ networking skills

    Pro-active retirement training

  • Life after the elite sport career

    90% of the retired Swiss athletes judge their health

    as good/ really good

    Over 95 % are happy or really happy with their life

    situation

    85 % of the former athletes live in a stable

    relationship and 25% are married and have

    children

    Only 3% are without a job (Engel et al. 2014)

  • Medals in sport- success in

    business?

    Former top-performance athletes display

    generally higher educational certificates and

    professional positions than the general

    population

    Many former athletes reach high positions in

    different fields despite their delayed start in job-

    life

    Success (and popularity) in sport helps

    especially in positions related to sport

    Two sides of the medal

  • Different types- different fitness for use

    Kollege Spitzensportler. Chancen fr Wirtschaft und Athleten (Schmidt

    et al. 2013)

    Type 1 (Maverick/ Individualist): high discipline, low

    social competence/ Individual sport/ specialized expert

    (27%)

    Type 2 (Fighter): dominant, low interest in cooperation/

    low education/ interims- manager (16%)

    Type 3 (Teamplayer): lower discipline and dominance/

    high cooperation/ female team players/ assistant of the

    CEO (28%)

    Type 4 (Allrounder): high discipline and performance

    orientation, high social competence/ very high self-

    confidence (Ex- Captains) / higher management

    positions (29%)

  • Practical implications

    For athletes

    Actively search for dual career

    opportunities

    Raise awareness of your

    situation among business- and

    educational institution

    Train situative behavior

    Establish and use the contacts

    from the business world

    For employers

    Build in flexibility in the

    assessment process

    Watch out for insecure

    overachievers

    Search for hidden strength and

    assets in former elite athletes

  • My research

    Study about retired elite athletes in Denmark, Poland

    and Switzerland

    Over 30 different federations involved

    Influence of the support from the national sport

    system (help for dual career, (financial-) athlete support,

    availability for career assistance services) on the

    transition out of sport and the life after elite sport

    Which skills from sport are considered most helpful in

    the current (job-)situation?

    Differences between cultures and subcultures

  • Questions?

    Thank you for your attention!

    Questions ?

    Thank you for your attention!

  • PROGRAMME

    Lady Athletes and their Career After Sports

    16:00 Welcome

    16:10 Keynote

    16:45 Coffee Break

    17:00 Practical Experiences

    18:15 The Austrian Model KADA

    18:35 Questions and Answers

  • PROGRAMME

    Lady Athletes and their Career After Sports

    16:00 Welcome

    16:10 Keynote

    16:45 Coffee Break

    17:00 Practical Experiences

    18:15 The Austrian Model KADA

    18:35 Questions and Answers

  • Gabriella Paruzzi (ITA)

    Chair of the Cross-Country Ladies Committee,

    Winner World Cup

  • Gabriella Paruzzi, Chair of the Cross-Country Ladies Committee, Winner World Cup 2004

  • Gabriella Paruzzi, Chair of the Cross-Country Ladies Committee, Winner World Cup 2004

  • Daniela Meuli (SUI)

    Olympic Champion 2006 Parallel Giant Slalom

  • FROM SNOWBOARDING

    TO NURSING HOME

    Referent: Daniela Meuli

  • SPORTS CAREER

    BEGINNING PEAK

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  • 2 GOALS Parallel

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    Successful Athlet Good Education

  • DURING CAREER

    Primary School at Davos

    Grammar School at Davos

    Study to be a Sports Teacher at ETH Zurich (University)

    AFTER CAREER

    Swiss Olympic Sports Coach Education

    Sports Therapist Course

    Education

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  • Snowboard Coach 5 Years at Snowboard Davos (Regional JuniorsTeam) 2 Years at Swiss Snowboard (Junior National Team)

    Mountain Bike Coach 2 Years Swiss Cycling (National Team CC Women & U23)

    Sportsteacher at Grammar School (1 Year)

    Academic Empoloyee at a Research Company Since 5 Years Projects in Social Science

    Sports Therapist & Sports Scientist Since 2 Years at Hospital Davos (Sports medical Centre)

    My Jobs after Sports-Career

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  • Athletes Testing (Endurance, Power, Takeoff Power...)

    Sports Therapy (Rehabilitation, Prevention)

    Fitness Centre / Fitness Courses

    Heart Group Fitness

    Employees Sports

    Sport Science Research Projects

    Nursing Home Fitness

    My Work at Hospital Davos

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  • Setting New Goals Motivation

    Confidence in your own Destination

    Take Step by Step Patience

    Find your new Passion!!

    Important elements on my way

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    ....what makes you wake up early keeps you up late and doesn`t make it feel like work

    Passion is...

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    Working hard for something we don`t care about is called STRESS

    Working hard for something we love is called PASSION

    Thanks a lot for your attention

  • Maria Jos Rienda (SPA)

    Alpine World Cup Ski Racer

  • Practical Experiences

  • Maroussa Pappou (GRE)

    Olympian and Alpine Coach

  • A GREEK SNOW STORY

    By Maroussa Pappou

    Olympian, Ski Trainer,

    Businesswoman

  • SNOW SPORTS IN GREECE

  • SNOW SPORTS IN

    GREECE

    Limited Ski Period

    Known for Summer Vacations

    Small Income

    For Professionals in Ski Industry

  • THE LADY FACTOR

    Ski Industry and Federations Managed by

    Men

    Sponsors Interest in Men Racers

    Discriminations on National Team Level

  • EDUCATIONAL CHANCES

    Racers Lost Chances

    in Education

    Training Instead Of

    Studying

    No Rewards For The

    Non Medalists

  • THE NAGANO EXPERIENCE

    A Great Inspiration from the

    Professional Point of View

  • SPORTS JOURNALISM

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