How do I measure the ROI of our wellness initiative? How can I tell if our wellness initiative is cost-effective? How do I know whether the wellness initiative is successful?
Safer Beaches eBook
Lifeguard training agencies give lifeguards the knowledge and water skills they need in order to do their jobs effectively.
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing eBook
This lesson is primarily used to prepare students for the rest of the ski lessons. Students will be doing ski, boot, and pole fittings at stations set up around the gym.
Outdoor Program Administration eBook
The basis for a quality staff evaluation system rests on the evaluation criteria used to structure the process.
Build It So They Can Play eBook
This is an activity for students of all abilities. Students with emerging skills will work on balance, eye�hand coordination, visual tracking, response, timing, and perception.
Introduction to Recreation and Leisure With Web Resource-2nd Edition
The use of social media, online giving approaches, and other technological advances presents nonprofits with new ways to reach stakeholders, tell their stories, and engage citizens in their efforts.
Campus Recreational Sports
The profession of campus recreational sports was founded on principles that remain at its core today: professional development of practitioners, nurturing of student learning and development, and dedication to promoting lifelong learning and healthy lifestyles for students and other members of the university community. Successful prospective professionals demonstrate a commitment to and understanding of these core principles.
Leisure Services Financial Management With Web Resource
Leisure services managers have their challenges, making them no different than managers in other professions.
Inclusive Physical Activity 2nd Edition eBook
Inclusive physical activity emphasizes ability and constructing contexts for maximizing success within a range of physical activity programs.
Race, Ethnicity, and Leisure
Recent efforts to steer theorizing about race and ethnicity in leisure in new directions are informed by the theory of planned behavior, social and cultural capital theories, and critical race theory.