Understanding how and when to share leadership roles is an important leadership skill. Through this lesson students can learn about the responsible, effective, and psychological functions of a leader and learn more about doing all three jobs as a leader as well as sharing the jobs appropriately.
Outdoor Survival Guide
An illustrated description of how to start a fire using very basic tools.
For anyone undertaking an expedition at any level, logistics should be considered at the very onset of planning.
Dimensions of Leisure for Life
Many people are involved in an abundant number of relationships through technology, but sometimes the quantity of these associations leaves people feeling qualitatively empty.
Mastering Skateboarding eBook
The nose manual is a staple trick for all experienced street skaters.
Principles of Sustainable Living eBook With Web Resource
Most modern environmental issues are frequently driven and fueled by emotional rhetoric. Environmental science and the integration of sustainability principles is based on science and is rational, yet relies on a transdisciplinary base since it involves natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts to comprehend the big picture.
Outdoor Program Administration
With an understanding of the basic history of the agencies and how they view recreational uses, it is up to you to cultivate a relationship (be it over the phone or in person).
Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services eBook
For a recreation leader or programmer, the question is how to transform either model into practice.
Archery 4th Edition eBook
The best way to learn the basic T-form shot is to first mimic it without actually shooting an arrow. Mimicking gives you the chance to make the motions of shooting habitual and to get used to the equipment gradually.
Race, Ethnicity, and Leisure
Sport participation has become a fixture in the lives of many Americans. From an early age, many people are engaged in or connected to various sporting activities in some fashion.