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2 Things Before You Go On Break

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services    As you finish up your final few days in the office for 2018, I’ve got two things I want you to think about. First, when you interact with prospective and admitted students and their parents in the coming weeks, be mindful that you’re one of a number of colleges reaching out to them through the many different channels. For you to have a productive back-and-forth conversation, you need to understand how to influence them on a personal level. That means taking the time to really get to know who they are if you haven’t done so...

 

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You Have to Ask Them Better Questions

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services    Last week I talked about paying close attention to the way that you start your sentences when you talk to prospective students. The words that you choose to use will either elicit a response, or you’ll get a whole lot of nothing. The same thing goes every time you ask questions. Depending on the words you use, you’re either going to get the “right” answer (Aka the answer the student thinks they should give you), no answer at all, or an insightful answer with context and usable information. Standard, vanilla questions produce standard, vanilla answers. You simply...

 

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7 Reasons for Managing Your Time Better in 2019

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

I really appreciate that you read my articles in the Tudor Collegiate Strategies newsletter, I do.  Having said that, just know that I mean this question with no disrespect, “How good are you at actually applying the information you read every Tuesday?”

I ask this because as I continue to train coaches on how to manage their time and get better organized so they can perform at the highest level for their career, their team, and for their family, I’m finding more and more how many coaches actually hate this topic . . . at first.

These are pretty common responses I get all the time when I tell coaches or business professionals that...

 

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The Most Important Person You Will Ever Coach

by Mike Davenport, Coaching Sports Today

Your reflection gives a perspective of how you look. 

Of how other people will see you.

Looking deeper into that mirror you will see the most important person you will ever coach.

Yep, it’s you.

That’s a foreign concept to some coaches. They are quick to structure a practice. Correct an issue. Devise a strategy. For athletes. But glacially slow to construct methods of improvement for themselves.

Why it that?

  • busy
  • tired
  • overwhelmed
  • frustrated

The list is long of why it happens. “It” being coaches not taking care of themselves. Ignoring their own program-of-development.

Coach Yourself

I’ve been...

 

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