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October 2, 2009

How athletic directors can overcome, survive mistakes

As an athletic administrator, we don’t want to work overtime to avoid making mistakes. But to err is human, and every once in a while everyone will make a mistake. This is what happened to a friend and fellow athletic director. Despite being con...

October 2, 2009

How to Work with Someone You Don’t Like

No matter how positive, enthusiastic, fair and conscientious you are, you may have to work with a few individuals who cause you problems. They could be naysayers, complainers, backstabbers, overbearing ... well, you get the idea.While we all would pr...

October 2, 2009

Helping Whenever It Is Needed!

Athletes, coaches, administrators, booster clubs, and even teachers within the school building are often called upon for help.Such requests are quite normal and usually make us feel that we should do our best to pitch in and help.It is not a simple-m...

October 2, 2009

Help with the Recruiting Process

PRINT EMAIL Perhaps due to the escalating costs of a college education or simply a desire to help their child, more parents than ever are seeking help with the college athletic recruiting process.While the high school coach should continue to play an...

October 2, 2009

Game scheduling basics for coaches, athletic administrators

What’s so hard about scheduling games? The phone rings and you simply plug in the first, second, and third teams that call. You’re done in a jiffy. If it were only that simple. There are, however, a number of considerations to this seemingly s...

October 2, 2009

For Better Organization

PRINT EMAIL The athletic directors in Baltimore County were recently given a new responsibility that lengthened their schedule by approximately 20 hours.It wasn’t anything extraordinary. The allocation of extra duties happens frequently in athl...