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  • 5 Post-game Discussion Strategies
    by Referee on April 19, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    It’s been a long day. There was the travel to the event, the pregame meeting, a long grueling contest, some testy coaches, an opinionated crowd and some challenging rulebook interpretations. Now the game is over and you’re sweaty and hungry and all you can think of is the condensation running down the side of a […] The post 5 Post-game Discussion Strategies appeared first on […]

  • How to Handle a New Crew Member
    by Referee on April 19, 2018 at 12:00 pm

    If you’re used to working on a crew with the same people from week to week, you know that you can quickly reach a comfort level. Everyone knows what to expect from each other on and even off the field, but it can be hard to know how to handle a new crew member. I’ve […] The post How to Handle a New Crew Member appeared first on […]

  • 4 Tips for Talking to Coaches
    by Referee on April 19, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Talking to coaches is not an exact science; they are as different as anyone else you would encounter in another forum. What works with one coach may not work with another. Over time, the “book” on the coach will be known and will become a guide in dealing with him or her. Meanwhile, there are […] The post 4 Tips for Talking to Coaches appeared first on […]

  • Get Great Series: Better by Next Week
    by Referee on April 18, 2018 at 10:00 am

    If someone told you a they had a way to get better by next week, would you do it no matter what it was? How about if it took a week, a month or a year to see results? It’s safe to assume that most of us want to improve and be great officials. But […] The post Get Great Series: Better by Next Week appeared first on […]