The nation’s premier college coach recruiting conference is approaching soon, and we would like to invite you to be one of our keynote presenters.
The 2013 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference will be held June 7-9, 2013, at the Charlotte Hilton Downtown in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. It brings together coaches, recruiters, marketing and sales experts and others from the world of college athletics for one specific purpose: Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to dominate their competition in the most important part of their job…recruiting.
That’s where you come in:
We would like to invite you to be a part of this event as a speaker and presenter. We are looking for you to contribute high value content live to our attendees, as well as to an extended audience of coaches and athletic directors that will view the three day conference via streaming and recorded video.
Why should you be a presenter at the 2013 NCRC?
We produce the NCRC every year as a way of giving back to the college coaching community, so in the interest of keeping conference registration fees as low as possible for our attendees, we can not offer speaking fees or honorariums to our valued speakers. However, we will accommodate any and all requests for space to showcase
your products or services at no additional charge to you. Our speakers at past events have commented that the cost of traveling to the conference, food and lodging are quickly recouped through additional sales and networking opportunities that the event provides.
Will you accept our invitation to be a part of this one-of-a-kind event? If you are interested, please contact Dan Tudor directly at email@example.com. We would like to know what your topic would be (recruiting, sales, motivation, coaching or career development), and what additional needs you have as one of our featured guest speakers.
Thank you for considering our invitation to present at this summer’s National Collegiate Recruiting Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina!
If you’re planning on joining us for the 2012 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference in Boston, June 1-3, 2012, you’re in for a spectacular array of recruiting experts and panelists.
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Here is the schedule for the 2012 NCRC:
3:30 P.M. Welcome Reception
4:00 P.M. Kick-Off Roundtable Discussion - Hosted by Dan Tudor, Tudor Collegiate Strategies
5:00 P.M. Rick Chandler – “Untie Your Sailboat” This life-coach for young adults, business professionals and students drives how the point that we were all meant to live at maximum capacity. This is a message you’ll want to give to your team once you return to your campus, and take Rick’s message to heart to make sure 2012-2013 is everything it can be for you as a college coach.
6:00 P.M. Paul Biancardi, ESPN Recruiting Analyst Our featured guest on Friday night is Paul Biancardi, long time college basketball coach and nationally recognized basketball recruiting expert for ESPN. Paul will talk about his observations about how today’s college coaches recruits, how kids are making their decisions, and what kinds of lessons can be learned from recruiting at the highest level of college sports. Paul will also have a Q&A session at the end of his discussion.
7:00 P.M. Dr. Adam Naylor, Boston University / Telos Sports Psychology Coaching – “The Coach’s Reality, The Player’s Reality, and the REAL Reality” Think you know what’s really on your players’ minds? Not so fast, Coach. This session will focus on the latest psychological research from one of the premier experts in the field. Dr. Naylor has over a decade of experience coaching athletes and coaches on the mental game of sport. His clients include US Open competitors, NCAA champions, Olympians, Stanley Cup champions, and UFC martial artists. He is also aclinical assistant professor at Boston University, and lectures and publishes both nationally and internationally.
8:00 P.M. John Brubaker, “Why the Successful Succeed” Longtime college lacrosse coach John Brubaker has taken his expertise in forming great college teams to the business world, and is one of the rising national stars in business performance coaching. John will end our evening with a straight-forward, inspiring speech for every recruiter who is wanting to be successful in their coaching and recruiting career.
8:00 A.M. Dr. Thom Park, “Recruiting: Then and Now” Dr. Thom Park’s coaching and recruiting career spans several decades. which included a stint as one of the most successful Division I football recruiters in the history of the sport, as well as a Division I athletic director. He has a fascinating perspective as a recruiter, and is one of the most knowledgeable experts on the topic and the history of the art of recruiting. This is an individual every college coach should have the opportunity to meet in their coaching career!
9:00 A.M. Charlie Adams, “Parents, the Recruiting Process, and Finding the Right Fit” Charlie is the parent of a college athlete, and a nationally recognized speaker who helps lead athletes through the recruiting process. As the author of an upcoming book on the role of parents in the recruiting process, Charlie’s insights will be invaluable to college recruiters who want to address the needs of parents in 2012-2013.
10:00 A.M. Rick Chandler, “The College Coaches’ Most Overlooked Recruiting Tool” Want a strategy to present seven key ideas to the parents of your recruits that will resonate with them and set you apart from your competition? Rick Chandler will give you the details on his approach to connecting with parents and prospects.
11:00 A.M. Dan Tudor – “The 7 Deadly Recruiting Sins (and How to Avoid Them)” There are seven big mistakes that coaches tend to make as they get ready to recruit a new class. Nationally recognized recruiting expert Dan Tudor will take you through the list, and gives you ideas on how to adjust your approach heading into 2012-2013.
12:oo Noon Lunch – Presented by NCSA Athletic Recruiting Enjoy a wonderful lunch, courtesy of National Collegiate Recruiting Association. A focus group research discussion will be a part of this 90 minute break, which will be followed by a 30 minute break.
2:00 P.M. Sean Devlin, Front Rush One of the NCRC’s most popular speakers, Sean Devlin – the technical genius behind Front Rush – will present the latest technilogical changes that college coaches will face in 2012-2013, and give strategies for out-performing your competition in the coming year.
3:00 P.M. Dr. Thom Park, “Why Coaches Need Contracts” Dr. Park returns for an important session for every coach, young and old. As an advisor to college athletic directors and departments – and as a former athletic director himself – he’ll explain why every coach should look for opportunities to build their coaching careers through contracts. This is advice every coach needs to know as they build their college coaching career.
4:00 P.M. Adam Martel, “D1 Recruiting on a D3 Budget” Back by popular demand, Coach Adam Martel is back to present his session on how coaches at a small college can out-recruit their large college counterparts. Coach Martel, a former D1 volleyball coach, is now the head coach at a D3 school. Can you really recruit at a high level at a small school? Coach Martel says “yes!”, and will share his inspirational how-to story to coaches who want to follow his model.
5:00 P.M. John Brubaker, “Finding Work/Life Balance in College Coaching” We end day one with a powerful message from Coach John Brubaker, who challenges coaches to find a balance between the work they need to do as a coach, and the role they need to play as a vital part of their family. It’s one of the toughest challenges a college coach faces in the 24/7 world of college coaching and recruiting.
8:00 A.M. Mandy Green, “Organizing Your Coach and Recruiting Life” Mandy Green is a Division I college soccer coach and a frequent contributor to College Recruiting Weekly. She is also the author of a new college coach organizational guide, as well as a daily calendar for college recruiters. Coach Green will present the outline for how coaches can become ultra-organized, and how she uses the system to get incredible recruiting results – with time left over to be a wife and new mom!
9:00 A.M. Matt Boyles, Recruiting Researcher – Matt has produced a cutting-edge mathematical system for determining how many recruits you need to target in a particular class based on the number of athletes that end up staying on your squad. The implications can be huge; college coaches are constantly trying to figure out how many prospects is the “right” number to target and devote time and resources to. Now, there may just be a mathematical equation to help you determine that magic number.
10:00 A.M. Roundtable Discussion: Part One Lead by the conference host Dan Tudor, this will be a wide ranging discussion of recruiting issues raised at the conference, with ideas on solutions being shared by workshop leaders and your fellow coaches. This is one of the highlights of every conference!
11:00 A.M. Roundtable Discussion: Part Two We put plans on paper and help our attendees come up with a game plan for making the 2012-2013 recruiting class their best ever, using the information they attained at the conference as their guide. A fantastic way to end the 2012 NCRC!
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