Leadership

 

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For years I’ve concluded most of my correspondence with the phrase, “It’s a privilege to serve you.” I’ve meant it.

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The past 32 years have shaded my hair and softened my waist; and while the years have also toughened my hide, they have not hardened my heart. 

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I was once told that “the job is the interruptions” – to look at an interruption not as something that detracts from my work but rather is the work.

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State high school associations do not have the luxury to hire as many experienced people as they need to focus expertly on every topic that associations are asked to address.

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A hands-off, lead-by-example leadership style unlocks the time leaders need to look down the road and around the corner . . .

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When . . . MHSAA President Scott Grimes announced the selection of Mark Uyl to be the next MHSAA executive director, he said, “It was the easiest decision of the weekend.”

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All of this screams for the need for coaches education . . . for every coach, every year . . . no matter how experienced or revered.

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All of this, and much more, is about defining and defending educational athletics . . . the top task of athletic administrators from top to bottom of our exciting enterprise.

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