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Building green sport facilities

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Whether the issue is conserving energy or recycling building products, conservation has become a major concern for new facilities. A key for new facilities is their ability to minimize waste. From reducing the amount of wasted energy to building with sustainable materials, constructing more efficient facilities is a sound and correct decision


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Joseph Brandt Miller's curator insight, November 11, 2013 10:47 AM

I absolutely love this idea, reason being that it will save Americans money by going green. The more engery we conserve, the money in our wallets, the more we recycle the less we have to put out for new bottles and other things of that nature. Going green is the way to go!

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Whether the issue is conserving energy or recycling building products, conservation has become a major concern for new facilities. This article touches up on the benefits of building Eco-friendly sports facilities and the strong positive impact on the environment.

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NSPCC - Keeping children safe in sports - Coach's inappropriate behaviour

Does your sports team or club have clear guidelines on appropriate behaviour for a coach? This advice should help anyone involved in sports activities with c...

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Willam Rice's curator insight, November 12, 2013 11:28 AM

All coaches should be aware of how to safeguard themselves from situations that might put them at risk of unwarranted accusations. Good article

Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 12:46 PM

Athletes are influenced very easily by their coaches. There is a thing line that a coach must not cross when working with individuals especially with athletes of the opposite sex. Texting individuals has become a code of ethics concern when texting involves just one individual. I feel that group text that involve practice or games concerns should be fine. 

Adam Odell's curator insight, July 20, 2014 3:10 PM

Coaches should maintain a professional level with all individuals of the team.  

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Michael Joephson Commentary: The Pressure to Win in Sports and Business

For more free business ethics resources see - http://josephsoninsittute.org/business/blog A former successful college coach and athletic director once wrote ...
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The Ethics of Coaching in a One-Sided Contest | Santa Clara Law

The Ethics of Coaching in a One-Sided Contest | Santa Clara Law | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it
Home › Institute of Sports Law and Ethics › The Ethics of Coaching in a One-Sided Contest ... I was at a high school football game a few years ago where events gave rise to interesting questions regarding coaching ethics.

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Former Lysander girls hockey coach accused of inappropriate behavior in locker room

Former Lysander girls hockey coach accused of inappropriate behavior in locker room | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it
Lysander, NY -- A former assistant coach to a Lysander girls hockey team is charged with endangering the welfare of a child following a state police investigation. James M.

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Professionalism at all times as a coach is must. Parents are trusting you with their children be them boys or girls, and they expect nothing but the utmost professionalism at all times. This is a prime example of where ethics on both the personal and professional level failed.

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Calvin Adams's curator insight, April 6, 2013 2:22 PM

Unethical behavior for sure.

matthew hartley's curator insight, August 18, 2013 3:29 PM

This is a great example of a horrible coach and person with no professional ethics.

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Adults behaving badly at youth sporting events is unacceptable and needs to stop | Deseret News

Adults behaving badly at youth sporting events is unacceptable and needs to stop | Deseret News | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it
According to the old adage, it isn't whether you win or lose; it's how you play the game.

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Calvin Adams's curator insight, April 6, 2013 2:24 PM

This is a prime example of what kids today emulate. If the parents are doing it, then why is it not for the children?

Adam Odell's curator insight, July 20, 2014 3:12 PM

Coaching ethics not only comes from the coach but also comes from the first coach an individual has that is their parents. Parents should also be within the guidelines of Ethics and morals in sports and in life.

David Foster's curator insight, April 27, 2015 8:01 AM

A great article of how not act as a coach, parent, or player. It is up to the management to ensure that all ethical behavior is being followed and kept honorable.

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YOUTH SPORTS: Parent-coach in high school not best idea - Chambersburg Public Opinion

YOUTH SPORTS: Parent-coach in high school not best idea - Chambersburg Public Opinion | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it
Dear Tom,I have been a fan of your articles about kids sports for many years now. I am always pleased to read your "common sense" answers to readers questions.

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Norm Densley's curator insight, November 12, 2014 8:23 PM

I learned early on in my parenting "career" that I was not necessarily the best choice to be a coach for my children.

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Joe Paterno's legacy at Penn State is tainted as late coach failed to ... - New York Daily News

Joe Paterno's legacy at Penn State is tainted as late coach failed to ... - New York Daily News | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it

This is where ethics in coaching and sports takes a horrible and sad turn.  The story of Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky is a sad, dark, disturbing tale.  One used his position to perform sexual acts on little boys (Sandusky) where the other was highly unethical in knowing about what was going on and hiding it from the school board and law enforcement officials.  Joe Paterno broke an ethical code that coaches have to never use their position to hide illegal acts and to turn a blind eye, so to speak, when acts are being performed that are illegal.  Joe Patterno allowed victims of a sexual predator to live with the fact that it happened and could have been stopped if he would have lived up to ethical and moral considerations and pushed for the arrest of one of his employees and coaching staff members. 

 

Joe Paterno was the winningest coach and at a point in time, considered a hero of the Penn State area, but no more.  He has broken not only a law, but morally and ethically, broke everything a coach should stand for.  He preached integrity and graduating college, but never protected his players from possibly being victims, witnessing such acts, and he never protected the community that tried to protect him. 


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Iowa High School Football Program Considers Prohibiting Running As Punishment; Coach Says 'Youth Sports In Trouble' Despite Danger

Iowa High School Football Program Considers Prohibiting Running As Punishment; Coach Says 'Youth Sports In Trouble' Despite Danger | Personal and Professional ethics in Sports Barnett M. | Scoop.it
The practice of coaches disciplining their teams by making them run is as old as sport itself. Now, the time-honored punishment is under attack after some say coaches in an Iowa school district went too far.

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The punishment should fit the crime, if there really was one, this is were personal ethics, due to being the head coach of the varsity team and the low morals surrounding it,  get in the way of being professional. This can ruin a coach if they don't keep their heads on strait and keep a cool head at the same time.

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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 12:59 PM

This is a form of punishment that happens quiet often. Many times because it is a quick solution at the moment to the problem. Although, it accomplishes nothing. I know of softball pitchers that had to run if they walked the first batter and on their performance of pitching. What did this accomplish? Nothing, but putting pressure on a pitcher to perform and many times this had a negative effect.