According to the Washington Post, despite a lack of coaching or recruiting experience, Dan Tudor has built a successful business teaching coaches how to sell their programs to recruits. Some might wonder, why would a college coach who has years of experience coaching, require training in understanding the dynamics of college recruiting? As you will find […]
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Paul Harris is an assistant professor in the Counselor Education program at the University of Virginia, in the Curry School of Education. His research focuses on the intersection of education and sports, with emphasis on the college readiness of black male student athletes. Dr. Mark Why the emphasis on the black male athlete in your […]
Greg Taylor, the Senior Vice President of Player Development for the National Basketball Association, gives PPD Mag an interview on Personal Player Development at the NBA level and the future of the programs and services offered to the pros. Dr. Mark: How important is PPD to the athlete? Mr. Taylor: I think Player Development is […]
Personal development programing is officially on the agenda for collegiate and professional sports organizations. However, budgetary issues and other priorities have prevented personal development programing from climbing to the top of the agenda in the collegiate sector. The professional sector has witnessed and clearly understands the need to move personal development programing for the athlete to the […]