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Building Team Cohesion – Coaching Youth Hockey with Dr. Larry Lauer

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Podcast of the Week – Dr. Larry Lauer – Keys to Coaching Youth Hockey
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Rebels dump Hill for McGahan - Fox Sports

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Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog) Rebels dump Hill for McGahan Fox Sports Just a day after the Rebels announced that O'Connor would not be offered a new contract at the Super Rugby club, they announced that Wallabies coaching coordinator McGahan would...
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Longtime sports lover now rec director - StandardNet

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Longtime sports lover now rec director
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Logan, 56, currently the Layton youth sports coordinator, has been hired by Clinton city to serve as its recreation director.
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Greening Professional Sports | Business Ethics

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EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: How eco-friendly are professional sports leagues and their teams? Which stand out especially for their green efforts?

 

Professional sports, like many other pursuits, are getting greener every day. While pro leagues and teams have traditionally been the last to go green, it has all changed in recent years. Maybe it’s the fact that wasting less saves money. Or that going green generates good public relations. Or that it’s just the right thing to do. Whether it’s any or all-of-the-above, professional sports certainly have never been greener.

 

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Tyler Skovron's curator insight, December 16, 2012 11:12 PM

Thankfully, golf tends to enhance the environment, not hurt it.  Yes it may change some of the surrounding areas, perhaps influencing the wildlife living close, but it does not turn beautiful scenery into a strip mall or parking lot.  Many professional sport teams have "gone green" or have been trying to "go green" in recent years.  Once again, very thankfully, golf is very green...literally.

James Mackay's curator insight, February 18, 2015 10:15 PM

Is it part of the ethical discussion to use some of the tremendous revenue generated by sports franchises to conduct green initiatives?  Does it show good corporate citizenship?

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Mistakes Were Made

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Sports Ethics: Mistakes Were Made. I was startled last week listening to a coach interview when the coach uttered words no coach or leader should ever say, “mistakes were made." I cannot think of a worse statement by ...

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Brian Candage's curator insight, May 16, 2014 9:16 PM

This article makes a great point for coaches. If mistakes were made and they were your fault, own up to them. If they were a specific players fault, put the blame on yourself and the team. There is no need to call one player out, I'm sure he/she knows exactly what they did wrong. Bring the issue up to the entire team at the next practice, make the whole team practice what went wrong, but emphasize the correct way to accomplish it. 

James Mackay's curator insight, February 18, 2015 10:19 PM

This was an interesting take on the importance of taking and assigning responsibility in the interest of developing an organization's strong ethical foundation.  A little flippant, but still worth reading.

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At PSU, some healing - but not over Freeh report - Philly.com

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... adopted myriad changes in reporting procedures, and increased background checks on adults who work with young people.
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New Wyoming President Sternberg applauds university's response to NCAA ... - Casper Star-Tribune Online

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Rec district seeks coordinator of sports programs - Greybullstandard

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Rec district seeks coordinator of sports programs
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A reshuffling of the deck has the Greybull Recreation District in the market for a program coordinator to oversee its various adult and youth athletic programs.
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Ethics in Youth Sports

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Ethical issues for players, coaches, and parents...

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Christopher Taylor's curator insight, June 15, 2014 3:19 PM

How many of you have been told to win at all cost?  

Norm Densley's curator insight, November 12, 2014 8:20 PM

Ever meet a youth sports coach with some ethics challenges?

michelle shakir's curator insight, July 17, 2016 10:10 PM

This article speaks about the importance of being ethical whether you are a coach, player, and/or parent.  Coaches and parents has a responsibility to set the tone when it comes to teaching ethics in sports.