From transportation to hotels, the key to success is having a solid plan and communicating it. With this approach, the trip is all about your team and their performance and not about logistics.
Without clarity, you may end up paying way too much for a bad hotel. Or worse, you may not even have a hotel to stay in, leaving your team on the street.
When putting together your team’s travel plan there are three questions you must answer. If you do not plan this out, you are going to provide a very bad experience and come off looking like an amateur.
You have a great program but you aren’t getting the players that you want. This could be a case of an identity problem. Here are five steps to check and see.
Finding the players that are going to make your organization the most successful is critical. But there are others competing for their time. Using awesome looking gear can be helpful in the recruiting process.