Position Meeting Referee - 2014 NCHSAA / IPFO News IPFO Referee Position Leadership & Professionalism Ejections & Disqualifications Interactions with Coaches Penalties & Administration Referee Mechanics Evaluations & Observations Judgment Q&A. NCHSAA / IPFO News.
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Position MeetingReferee - 2014NCHSAA / IPFO NewsIPFO Referee PositionLeadership & ProfessionalismEjections & DisqualificationsInteractions with CoachesPenalties & AdministrationReferee MechanicsEvaluations & ObservationsJudgmentQ&A
AS AN OFFICIAL MATURES AND GROWS WISER HE TALKS LESS AND SAYS MORE.
TREAT YOUR CREW AS AVERAGE AND THEY WILL REMAIN AVERAGE; TREAT THEM THE WAY YOU WANT THEM TO BE AND THEY WILL BECOME SO.
Examples: Head Coach ejection; bench clearing fight; you’re not sure
IF YOU TRY TO STRETCH THE TRUTH WHEN COMMUNICATING WITH A COACH, IT CAN BECOME FICTION.
WHEN YOU HAVE ONE OF THOSE “WHEN IN DOUBT” CALLS, USE COMMON SENSE AND DON'T CREATE A NEW PROBLEM.
OFFICIALS WISHING TO IMPROVE LISTEN CLOSELY TO OBSERVERS WHILE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF PROFITING FROM PRAISE AND ACCEPTING CRITICISM.
“AN OFFICIAL MUST BE BIG ENOUGH TO ADMIT HIS MISTAKES, SMART ENOUGH TO PROFIT FROM THEM AND STRONG ENOUGH TO CORRECT THEM.”