"IDENTIFYING AND QUANTIFYING THE CHARACTER NEEDED TO TRANSLATE ON-ICE SKILL INTO A PRODUCTIVE NHL CAREER IS WHAT MATTERS MOST!"
- NEIL SMITH, PRESIDENT & GM
NEW YORK RANGERS - (1990 - 2000)
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QUANTIFYING CHARACTER FOR SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT
"Character is the defining variable in selection as well as the most important aspect of player development."
- Allan Hamernick
Owner/Founder CoreFive Analytics
CoreFive is an assessment based talent optimization consultancy that provides selection and development services to a broad client base including, teams, player agents, athletes, coaches, sports academies, and businesses.
We improve selection and accelerate development.
The CoreFive Leadership Team is driven by data, process and practicality. We've combined the knowledge gained from our experiences in life, business and athletics to provide an evidence based model that provides quatitative data for talent management decisions.
Our clients include Olympic Champions, World Champions as well elite players and coaches from the NHL, CFL, CHL and CIS. Our business clients include some of the most respected companies in Western Canada.
CoreFive defines character as the combination of personal competencies that work together to guide the player’s decision making and the execution of actions needed to attain personal and team objectives.
While on-ice talent is in plain view, character is often hidden from view, even to the players themselves.
While some aspects of a player’s character are visible, there are key elements of character that are not visible.
Insight into the hidden aspects of character can be obtained through the use of properly constructed self assessments developed through thorough and continual research in brain and social sciences.
The Player’s “true character” is revealed when we compare actual behavioral tendencies to desired behavioral tendencies.
Once an organization develops its “desired behaviors” or “standards,” CoreFive creates the means to quantify the character traits.
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