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David Joyce

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David Joyce

Health and Safety Conversations

David Joyce talks about leaving school at 13 working in high risk industries such as forrestry and drilling. David also tells of a major injury that led to a new career direction and discusses the effectiveness of Take 5;s Thanks for listening. We have some great guests coming up in future pods so get ready to learn. Until next time, enjoy the rest of your week, and stay safe. https://plus.acast.com/s/health-and-safety-conversations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


5 Sep 2022

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105: David Joyce on decision making

Supporting Champions

This weeks guest is David Joyce. David is a physiotherapist by trade but over the last decade or so David has carved himself out as a strategic thinker, advisor, and developer of teams and leaders. He has learned his craft at the cold face in numerous systems based in Europe and Asia as a practitioner but his curiosity has led him to undertake some fascinating research in the area of strategic decision-making. And from this basis he has developed some real critical insights, informed by breadth of reading, discovery and application about how we make decisions. He now advises sports and businesses around the world through his own consultancy. David' is a super shrewd thinker who stretched my own thinking - so I learned loads in this conversation. To many of you though David is the coeditor of The book high-performance training for sports and I'm just acknowledging that now because it's worth bearing that in mind as you listen to the discussion, because David is still embedded in high-performance yet he has followed his interests, spread his wings and developed a unique set of skills and insights that he is applying well beyond sport. Hi, I'm Steve Ingham Sports and Performance Scientist co-founder at Supporting Champions. I have the privilege of supporting over 1000 athletes of which over 200 have gone on to win World or Olympic medals. For the last 25 years I've been fascinated by, researched and applied innovative ideas to help people succeed and now I want to share those performance strategies with you. I help aspiring and professional Performance Science and Support Staff improve their skills, experience and mindset for working with sports performers through a range of online courses and an exclusive community hub https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/onlinecourse If you're working in sports performance or business and want to get support to develop your team and systems - take a look at what I offer here - https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/speaking/ Links for David Follow David on Twitter https://twitter.com/davidgjoyce Links Twitter at https://twitter.com/ingham_steve Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@supportingchampions Twitter www.twitter.com/support_champs Linkedin, www.linkedin.com/company/supporting-champions Instagram https://www.instagram.com/supportingchampions/

1hr 6mins

24 Aug 2022

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Blúiríní Béaloidis 36: The Travellers (with David Joyce & Áine Furey)

Blúiríní Béaloidis Folklore Podcast

Irish Travellers, known in their own language as Mincéirs or Pavees and in Irish called ‘An Lucht Siúil or, ‘The Walking People’, are a nomadic ethnic minority in Ireland with a distinct history, culture and identity. Historically, Travellers were called Tinkers, a reference to their trade as tinsmiths, and they also made a living through engaging with the settled community; by buying and selling animals, or through seasonal farm labour. They’ve also long been renowned as singers, musicians and storytellers who brought news, tales, songs and music from townland to townland, parish to parish and county to county as they travelled around Ireland. As a minority group however, Ireland’s Travellers they have long-faced discrimination on the basis of their ethnicity, and are often reported as the subject of explicit prejudice in Irish society. For this episode of the podcast, I hope to enter into an exploration of Traveller culture and identity, and I’m honoured to be joined by David Joyce; an advocate for the Traveller community who has worked as both a barrister and a solicitor, and Áine Furey, a singer, musician, tour guide and alumna of the Department of Irish Folklore here at UCD. I hope you’ll keep us company for the next hour or so as we come to know and honour the culture, traditions, perspectives and experiences of Ireland’s Travelling people, to whom this episode is dedicated. For details concerning audio timecodes, see below:08:20: Tom 'Bun' Connors in conversation with Seán Ó Súilleabháin, Cherry Orchard, Dublin (1967) listing some Travellers families and which parts of Ireland they're from.14:20: Andy Cassidy, 'My Rifle, My Pony and Me' recorded by Alen McWeeney in Labre Park, Ballyfermot, Dublin (1967) My thanks to Alen, and to Pavee Point for permission to reproduce this wonderful recording! See more here: http://www.paveepoint.ie/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/WhishtBooklet.pdf27:35: Bridget Connors in conversation with Seán Ó Súilleabháin, Cherry Orchard, Dublin (1967) recounting the kindness of Kerry people, and the hostility with which she was met in other places in Ireland.39: 54: 'Bun' Connors recounting the tinsmithing trade as it was practiced in his family, and how it was undone by the arrival of cheap plastic goods.42:07: John Reilly singing 'The Jolly Tinker'. Recorded by Tom Munnelly while John and his family were camped at Cloongrehan, Cootehall, County Roscommon (October 1971)47:02: John Reilly singing 'False Lankum'. Recorded by Tom Munnelly while John and his family were camped at Cloongrehan, Cootehall, County Roscommon (October 1971) See here for more: https://digital.ucd.ie/view/ivrla:3107750: 22: 'Bun' Connors relates his experience of travelling around Ireland, and demonstrating how well he knows the homeplace of Seán Ó Súilleabháin(from Kenmare, county Kerry) in particular.53:55: Uileann Piper Johnny Doran playing 'Colonel Fraser, My Love Is in America, Rakish Paddy' recorded by the Irish Folklore Commission (1947)56: 28: 'Bun' Connors relates his long standing friendship with Margaret Barry1:00:55: 'Bun' and his mother Bridget Connors describe how Travellers used make a living from dealing animals, and gives account of the fairs they used visit.1:04:10: 'Bun' Connors relates details of winter lodgings and the times of the year that Travellers used travel.1:08:30: 'Bun' Connors recounts the ways in which the settled people would come and join them by the fire a few days after they had arrived into an area and set up camp. Describes the bonds and neighbourly feelings fostered over time.1:23:39: Pádraig Mac Gréine recounts how he first met Traveller and storyteller Oney Power in county Longford in the 1930s.1:29:40: 'Bun' and Bridget Connors give account of the context in which the Traveller language is used, providing examples of phrases and terminology.1:39:38: Johnny Doran, playing Sliabh na mBan, a slow air, dedicated to the late Seán Garvey.

1hr 44mins

24 Jun 2022

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NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 115: David Joyce and Daniel Lewindon

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast

This episode unites strength and conditioning perspectives across three continents. David Joyce and Dan Lewindon, the co-editors of High-Performance Training for Sports, discuss their new book, including the high-caliber list of expert contributors from around the world. Discussion centers on the expansion of performance environments to include new perspectives, and the increased need for professional collaboration to deliver maximally effective training programs. Learn about “Zombie Killers,” as Joyce and Lewindon share with NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, in an episode that provides insight into everyday coaching practices.  Find David on Twitter: @DavidGJoyce | Find Dan on Twitter: @DanLewindon | Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscsShow Notes“A lot of textbooks were, and still are, written very academically, which is great and we need that. But what we wanted was like a user's guide and operating manual.” 7:38 “It's more about how do you set the right conditions, the right environment to influence change, have the right behaviors and language to really make a difference to your athlete, have the right ability to engage and work with stakeholders, either your own type of practitioners, S and C coaches, nutritionists, or across different disciplines.” 13:02 “But I think inevitably, for example, when I'm hiring people to work for me, technical skills are a given, aren't they? It is your ability to have the right behaviors, empathy, and feel for the environments you're in, and the ability to make a difference, often in my sport with limited contact time.” 20:38 “I think the value, as you describe, is gaining a generalist knowledge across all areas. I think it's really important because it enables you to have better conversations, as you've described, across different domains, disciplines, technical experts, which I think is really important. And inevitably, there will be wisdoms, hopefully, throughout the piece that add value to what you do day to day in whatever context you work in.” 25:31

14 Jan 2022

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David Joyce: The Modern Super Coach, Good (Not Best) Practices, and Curating the Environment for Others to Succeed

The Ready State Podcast

David Joyce is an internationally recognized leader in human performance, strategy and decision making. He holds Masters degrees in both Sports Physiotherapy and Strength & Conditioning, as well as an MBA. He has worked with hundreds of elite athletes, including multiple world and Olympic champions and in multiple sports around the world.Nowadays, Dave’s focus has shifted much more towards enabling major sporting organizations, corporations and start-ups navigate through the choppy seas of complexity, and set themselves up to thrive in an increasingly uncertain future.He has written and co-edited 2 internationally best-selling textbooks on high-performance and rehabilitation, and the new edition of High Performance Training For Sports has just been released to critical acclaim around the world.•This episode of The Ready State Podcast is sponsored by LMNT, our favorite electrolyte drink mix. It was created based on a science-backed electrolyte ratio, with no sugar, no coloring, no artificial ingredients, or any other junk. Everyone needs electrolytes, but if you’re an active person and/or on a low-carb diet, you really need electrolytes to feel and perform your best. We drink LMNT every single day and it is our go-to drink for mountain biking. For more info and to get a free sample pack (just pay shipping), click thereadystate.com/FreeLMNT!


28 Oct 2021

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Athletes Authority ON AIR | Ep. 32 - David Joyce - Synapsing Strategic Leadership & Seeing The Performance World Through Other Practitioners Lenses.

Athletes Authority ON AIR

Today’s episode of Athletes Authority ON AIR is Under The Bar episode with co-hosts Lachlan Wilmot and Jordi Taylor.  Today’s guest is David Joyce, former High Performance Manager at GWS, author of The High Performance Training For Sports and Owner/ Consultant at Synapsing. With more than two decades in high performance sport, David brings a unique perspective from a sporting and business background to solve complex problems, bridging the gap between the boardroom and playing arena.  In this episode, David takes us through the process of writing the second edition of The High Performance Training For Sports book, the challenges and process of collating so many great minds, deep insights into being a leader and manger of multiple departments - in both sport and outside of sport, the Australian sporting landscape, the benefit of seeing the world through different practitioner lenses with his Physiotherapy and Masters in S&C degrees, adding an MBA to his toolbox of qualifications and a whole lot more.  This episode has plenty of incredible insights for aspiring to veteran coaches, to allied health wanting an in depth insight into the high performance space and career progression working in and out of sport.  Enjoy, and let us know what you think!  Instagram: @athletesauthority See more of what we do: https://athletesauthority.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


25 Oct 2021

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ASCA Podcast #72 - David Joyce

ASCA Podcast

David Joyce is an internationally recognized leader in human performance, strategy and decision making. He holds Masters degrees in both Sports Physiotherapy and Strength & Conditioning, as well as an MBA. He has worked with hundreds of elite athletes, including multiple world and Olympic champions and in multiple sports around the world.Nowadays, Dave’s focus has shifted much more towards enabling major sporting organisations, corporates, start-ups and emerging leaders navigate through the choppy seas of complexity, and set themselves up to thrive in an increasingly uncertain future. He has written and co-edited with Daniel Lewindon 2 internationally best-selling textbooks on high-performance and rehabilitation, and the new edition of High Performance Training For Sports has just been released to critical acclaim around the world.QUOTES“It is a bit of fallacy to think that your values are permanent with you; we all change and what I valued 15 years ago, is different to what I value now”“When you are sitting at your desk and it is all a bit too daunting, you have to eat the elephant one bite at a time”“After 2 or 4 years, you collect your thoughts, you collect your wisdom and then you reassess your (career) journey”“You can view strength training as skill training under duress”“Being able to explore different movement patterns is so important for athletes”“In 20 years of my career, the people who can hula hoop, don’t seem to get back pain… I just think people that move well, don’t get injured as much from non-traumatic causes”“Managers need to coach, give feedback and delegate to their staff to be effective”SHOWNOTES1) How David got started and high-performance journey2) Coaching inside and outside of sport3) Understanding yourself, assessing your strengths and understanding what you are looking for in your career as a coach4) Writing your own eulogy as a way of plotting your career and life5) Doing your groundwork on researching where you might want to work in the profession6) Your appetite for risk, career stage and how that may shape your career choices7) The second incarnation of High Performance Training for Sport and what has changed since the first8) Things David has learned from putting the book together and what he would take back into his practice working with athletes9) Understanding the sport as deeply as possible for an S&C coach10) Hula hooping, trampoline, and movement varibaility for injury prevention in athletes11) Looking widely outside your "trench" to see what you can pick from other industries 12) The key components of management for leaders13) The most amazing thing David has seen in trainingPEOPLE MENTIONEDAndrew MayBrene BrownDan LewindonNick WinkelmanBrett BartholomewStu McMillanJB MorinSophia NimphiusJacque TranShona HalsonMatt JordanRett LarsonJeremy SheppardJames Cleary

1hr 10mins

13 Oct 2021

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The Heart Guy presents The Heart of the Matter with Dr. David Joyce - Season 2, Episode 9

The Heart Guy presents The Heart of The Matter

Just when we thought we knew a little bit about heart transplantation, enter Dr. David Joyce, a cardiothoracic surgeon and the Director of the Heart and Lung Transplant Program at The Medical College of Wisconsin. In my conversation with Dr. Joyce, he clearly explains several extraordinary advancements in heart transplantation that are about to become a reality in the United States. The first is the use of the DCD (Donation after Cardiac Death) heart transplant, which will increase the number of possible donors by as much as 70 or 80%,, And he also discusses the use of drone transport of donor organs in our current system of organ transplantation, which will reduce the risks and technical challenges associated with the transport of organs using manned-aircraft which is currently the order of the day. Finally, I discuss the use of artificial intelligence for the purpose of donor and recipient selection in the transplant process, which will eliminate the subjective nature of the selection process which creates emotional distress for the selection committees. This is a fascinating discussion with a truly extraordinary heart and lung transplant doctor in our global community. Don't miss this episode!!


27 May 2021

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Lessons in Leadership - David Joyce

Hoffmann Reed

David Joyce, CEO of Crealogix UK, is interviewed on his career and the leadership lessons he has learnt along the way.


8 Apr 2021

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140. Stay Healthier Longer & Recover Faster: A Performance Framework for Injuries with Coach David Joyce

The Strength Running Podcast

David Joyce is a titan in the world of elite sport. He has worked at the highest levels of world athletics and with multiple national, world, and Olympic Champions. He’s worked at two Olympic Games, with elite rugby and soccer teams, and is currently the Head of Athletic Performance with the Greater Western Sydney Giants soccer team in Sydney, Australia. He holds masters degrees in both sports physiotherapy and strength and conditioning and teaches the Masters of Strength and Conditioning course at Edith Cowan University in Perth. He’s the main editor of two authoritative books on athletic performance and injury risk mitigation, the first is Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery: Integrating Medicine and Science for Performance Solutions and the second is High-Performance Training for Sports: The Authoritative Gide for Ultimate Athletic Conditioning. In this episode, we’re discussing a more effective approach to injury recovery: a performance framework that isn’t simply interested in healing the injury, but actually getting you to your pre-injury level of performance. We’ll talk about: the major goals of this approach how rehabilitation evolves over the course of an injury major screening considerations for injuries David’s top strategies for staying healthy if you currently don’t have an injury For more on injuries, hear from 9 elite runners on their favorite prevention and recovery advice! Thank you to our sponsor Inside Tracker! Test your blood to see if you're overtraining or have any hormones out of the optimal range. Use code strengthrunning to save 10% on any test.


21 May 2020