International Theatre On Ice Seminar Team Management. Jim McManus October 13, 2006. What is a TEAM?. TEAM = “Together Everyone Achieves More”. Unknown, Source TEAM includes: Athletes, Parents, Coaches and your local club or greater skating community!. Team Manager Role. Team Manager:
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October 13, 2006
TEAM = “Together Everyone Achieves More”.Unknown, Source
Athletes, Parents, Coaches and your local club or greater skating community!
Serve as the primary liaison between the coach, the athletes, the parents and the skating club and/or arena.
Serve as the primary team contact.
Schedule ice time
Schedule and prepare agenda for all parent and team meetings.
Arrange for ice shows and exhibitions with local arenas.
Keep team members & parents informed of all decisions of the board.
Delegate any unassigned tasks that arise.
Financial Responsibilities (Better if delegated to another parent or sub-group)
Create a budget for the team and update as necessary.
Keep a ledger detailing all financial transactions of the team.
Allocate money for team purchases & expenses.
Collect and deposit dues from team members.
Keep a ledger detailing each member’s financial obligations
Organize fundraisers for the team.
Pay all bills incurred by team.
Prepare financial reports to the board, team members/parents.Team Management 101
Publicity and Communications
Not a job that many take on – So, If all else fails use this quote:
“A team effort is a lot of people doing what I say”.
When a Theatre on Ice team hires a coach, they are hiring a professional that is an expert in the field. They should trust in their decisions, and at the same time, follows is a “tool box” of knowledge that every coach should posses, and teams should expect this from their coach: