Taylor Fodor, NCSA
Everyone knows that the quality of a company’s employees are directly proportional to its potential for success. The same is true for recruiting and building a successful college program. When you increase the number of talented, high-character individuals on your team, that is when you can see your potential for success skyrocket.
However, we all know that there is often work to be done to develop our recruits into the high-quality, high-functioning individuals that we want them to be. Once complete, that work can be rewarding, and in more ways than one.
Today, many successful companies realize that the skills and personality traits that make employees successful are the things that athletes have worked many hard hours to develop. So, while you’re developing the recruits within your program, you’re also setting your athletes up for future success in the professional workplace.
Are you developing these traits within your program?