This year’s Spring Workshop begins Monday, April 4 at 12pm and ends Tuesday, April 5 at 12:30pm.
Workshop Presenter: Rob Miller
The primary presenter for this year’s workshop is Rob Miller, the former Director of the NAIA Champions of Character Initiative. Rob now works nationally with Proactive Coaches, consulting school districts, school administrations, coaches, student-athletes, and parents with an emphasis on improving character and competence within the culture of sport. He has been a collegiate and youth-level coach, an athletic conference commissioner, a development director, and the executive director of the National Christian College Athletic Association.
View sample schedule of events
Sample of topics include:
- Building a character-based athletic program
- 7 ways to lead
- Steps to building successful teams
- The community/relationship between coaches and student-athletes
- Our Lasallian vocation
- Idea-sharing, best-practices
Each year this workshop focuses on job-alike personnel within our network and provides the opportunity for colleagues from across the District to gather for professional development and strategic sharing. As Lasallian educators, we meet our students where they are. For some, athletics is the pathway to meaning and belonging. What differentiates us, as Lasallians from other interscholastic or independent athletic teams? How can we, as athletic departments, foster this sense of purpose and Lasallian formation with our student-athletes and our coaches—especially our non-faculty coaches. How can we create a culture of support; support for athletics, support for athletes, support for and between coaches? How can we foster the vocation to coaching?
Registration for the annual spring workshop is now closed. For questions, concerns, or late registrations, please contact Mr. Justin Martineau directly.