The Global Development team provide a dedicated and supportive role to the members of the ICC. Across the 92 Associate Members (AMs) there is a team working together with member federations to build on what has already been developed in non-traditional markets.
Expertise in how to get new players into the game, keeping people in the game and transitioning through to being competitive players and support into how to bring in extra funding through commercial partners are all examples of how the team support the developing member federations.
ICC work together with countries to highlight areas of improvement and where best investment should go, this can range from governance reviews to high performance expertise to improve national teams on the global level. Details of specific services are listed below for more information contact your local Development Manager.
Andy Wright - Regional Development Manager Europe - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Shuttleworth - Regional Development Manager EAP - email@example.com
Patricia Kambarami - Regional Development Manager Africa - patriciaK@cricket.co.za
Aminul Islam - Development Manager Asia - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fara Gorsi – Regional Development Manager Americas – email@example.com
Services available to Members through the ICC Development team:
• Desktop support / advice on all aspects of your National Governing Body
• Sharing of best practice
• An opportunity to network, share best practice and learn about success through global and regionally based conferences
• Facilitation of access to ICC Full Members expertise
• Access to Coach / Official Educational Resources
In addition, we have teamed up with some of the leading global service providers to provide access to some world class products, designed specifically for AMs, at discounted rates.
The ICC Performance Support Tools which include a Match Analysis System and an Athlete Management System are a great addition to providing support to improve performance and get your team onto the next level.
To increase the potential of members to acquire commercal support and build expertise in this area, the ICC have developed a Commercial Strategy programme- which is a toolkit to enable skill-building in this area for federations.
Board Effectiveness Benchmarking is a tool to further research how the a National Federation's Board is performing, therefore providing detail of areas for improvement to assist the overall performance of the member.