Athletic Coaching

Amy Kim

Dr. Amy Chan Hyung Kim is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Sport Management at Florida State University. Her research inquiry lies in promoting community well-being and health through community sport programs from a social epidemiological perspective. She also has been interested in exploring the evolution of knowledge structure in the field of Sport Management.

Administrative Side of Coaching: Applying Business Concepts to Athletic Program Administration and Coaching, eBook

Creating an efficient and effective athletic program is no small feat. Coaches and athletic program administrators face daily challenges regarding matters such as budgeting, marketing, travel administration, and risk management. This textbook provides an in-depth discussion of these and other specialized topics in coaching administration—making it the perfect fit for undergraduate and graduate courses.

Administrative Side of Coaching: Applying Business Concepts to Athletic Program Administration and Coaching

Creating an efficient and effective athletic program is no small feat. Coaches and athletic program administrators face daily challenges regarding matters such as budgeting, marketing, travel administration, and risk management. This textbook provides an in-depth discussion of these and other specialized topics in coaching administration—making it the perfect fit for undergraduate and graduate courses.

Effective Coaching for All Athletes within Youth Recreational Sports

This book is written for youth sport coaches, the individuals who volunteer their time to teach young athletes the fundamentals of a given sport, as well as the skills needed to work as a team. In writing this book, we recognize that children who enroll in recreational sports have a variety of experiences and skills, and thus this book seeks to provide coaches with a foundational structure and methods to provide effective instruction for all athletes.

Effective Coaching for All Athletes within Youth Recreational Sports

This book is written for youth sport coaches, the individuals who volunteer their time to teach young athletes the fundamentals of a given sport, as well as the skills needed to work as a team. In writing this book, we recognize that children who enroll in recreational sports have a variety of experiences and skills, and thus this book seeks to provide coaches with a foundational structure and methods to provide effective instruction for all athletes.

Fundraising for Sport and Athletics

Most athletic organizations (youth, junior, high school, Olympic, and a large number of college programs) have insufficient finances to meet operational need, and personnel must learn to proactively address resource deficiencies. Fundraising for Sport and Athletics, 2nd edition expands upon the foundation of fundraising information and strategies offered in the first edition. This textbook includes the most recent fundraising models and focuses on more practical and comprehensive applications of fundraising administration.

Fundraising for Sport and Athletics

Most athletic organizations (youth, junior, high school, Olympic, and a large number of college programs) have insufficient finances to meet operational need, and personnel must learn to proactively address resource deficiencies. Fundraising for Sport and Athletics, 2nd edition expands upon the foundation of fundraising information and strategies offered in the first edition. This textbook includes the most recent fundraising models and focuses on more practical and comprehensive applications of fundraising administration.

Robbi Beyer

Robbi Beyer, Ph.D., is a full professor at California State University, Los Angeles.  She received her B.A. in physical education from Cal State Pomona while competing as a varsity athlete in multiple sports and receiving All-American honors in basketball.  Upon graduation, she worked within the public schools as an adapted physical educator and as a volleyball and basketball coach.

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