At the 2013 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference, sales expert and author Stephanie Melish talked about the way a coach’s recruiting words and language effect the view that their prospect has of that coach’s program:
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Rob Jones’ incredible story of sacrifice and commitment was one of the big highlights from the previous National Collegiate Recruiting Conference for college coaches.
His story of being a hero on the battlefield, losing both his legs to an IED blast while serving our country, to becoming a medalist in the Paralympics for the U.S. team was unbelievably inspiring, as highlighted in a 2012 Sports Illustrated profile.
Here are the highlights of his incredible story that he told to the crowd at NCRC:
Do the coaches who attend the National Collegiate Recruiting Conference come away with next-level knowledge of how to better sell their program to this new generation of recruits? Absolutely!
But they also come away inspired to overcome the obstacles and challenges that they face in college coaching. Rob Jones’ story will be one that they don’t soon forget.
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One of the most interesting presenters at this year’s National Collegiate Recruiting Conference is Jim Holvay.
Several decades ago, he was one of rock n’ roll’s golden boys: A talented musician, a hit songwriter, and at the top of his game in the world of Top 40 music as a member of the popular 1960’s bands, “The Buckinghams” and “The Mob”.
Then, things changed. Other acts became popular, music styles evolved, and Jim was left wondering what he was going to do next.
The unexpected answer was a career in sales. He went from recording studios to selling office equipment business to business in Los Angeles. The result? A successful career that has build a good life for he and his family.
At the upcoming NCRC, he’ll lay out his life lessons for college coaches who are convinced that they could never truly becoming great at “selling” their program to prospects. They can, says Holvay, if they approach each recruit in a specific way.
“If you treat the recruiting process like a sales transaction, and not as a relationship building opportunity, you may get one commitment but not five”, says Holvay. “If you want to be a good recruiter you have to have a deep passion for helping people.”
Jim Holvay is going to be one of the most memorable people you meet at the 2014 NCRC in Boston, and the lessons he’ll share (plus the hilarious stories of the world of music in the 1960’s) will have you re-thinking the way you approach your recruits.
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No, we don’t have jetpacks yet.
But according to Front Rush technical genius Sean Devlin, there is an exciting new world of technical tools that are going to do amazing things for coaches as they recruit athletes. And in many cases, those futuristic tools are going to be the new normal sooner rather than later.
Here are some highlights from Devlin’s talk at the National Collegiate Recruiting Conference:
Sean will be speaking at the upcoming NCRC, as well. And his focus remains the same: Telling coaches what they need to know about the new technology, and new tools, that EVERY college coach needs to know about.
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In the age of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and <insert name of newest social media platform that launched today>, how coaches interact with recruits and use different media to their advantage becomes more and more important.
USA Today’s Dan Wolken, who spoke at the recent National Collegiate Recruiting Conference, talked about how college coaches need to use these new media resources to their advantage…and, how to avoid making some of the critical mistakes that he’s seen some college coaches make when trying to interact with recruits, connect with fans, and build their program:
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Charlie Adams, author and positive attitude expert, talked about the importance of making sure you recruit the right attitude in a prospect.
Adams uses the example of an elite basketball Division I program that failed – and then succeeded – based on recruiting the right attitude for your locker room. Here’s a quick highlight from the National Collegiate Recruiting Conference:
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Former men’s basketball coach Paul Biancardi and current ESPN recruiting expert is always a crowd favorite whenever he speaks at the National Collegiate Recruiting Conference. Here are some highlights from last year, as he teaches coaches how to approach their recruiting efforts with this generation of high school prospects:
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We think our National Collegiate Recruiting Conference is pretty great.
Fortunately, the coaches who attend it do, too!
Here’s a sample of what they had to say after leaving the NCRC. Join us for the upcoming 2014 NCRC in Boston this June, Coach!
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