Smart program administrators invest the time and effort to attract and retain a high-caliber, dynamic instructional staff, which is the program�s greatest asset.
Recreation, Event, and Tourism Businesses With Web Resources
Four increasingly common "go green" business practices plus resources for obtaining more information.
Scuba Diving-4th Edition
Know what you�re getting into and be prepared for scuba diving.
To understand how logistics fits into the expedition, it is necessary to discuss where it lies in the higher management functions.
Unfortunately, riding your bike defensively, driving your bike carefully, and following all the rules of the road don�t ensure that you will never be in a tight situation. These maneuvers are important to practice, vital to know, and�it is hoped�never used.
Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook eBook With Online Resource
Professional development encompasses numerous facilitated learning opportunities, from college degree programs to formal course work to conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing
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.
Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services
Numerous dos and don�ts exist when dealing with the media during an interview or press conference.
Archery Fundamentals-2nd Edition
In archery each setup is unique and suited to a particular type of competition. Four commonly used setups are traditional, target, field, and 3D. Traditional archers use the bare minimum of equipment (figure 3.6). The traditional archer prefers to shoot barebow because it lacks any sights or accessories.
Leadership in Recreation and Leisure Services
Working in a group is usually a good way to get things done, especially in recreation and leisure settings. Bringing together diverse people with their own opinions and ways of doing things can create a rich environment for success. However, traps and pitfalls can occur; leaders can avoid them by understanding some of the warning signs and responding accordingly.
If it is not clear yet in this chapter, let me be unequivocal now. Leadership - your leadership - is about you. Your ability to be the best leader you can be does not depend on your attempts to copy others or emulate great historical figures. Rather, it has everything to do with knowing who you are and understanding what you need to do to become a better version of you. It is all about you.
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