How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge

Take a look at this Harvard Business Review Blog Post.  All of us as referees regardless of our years of service, USSF grade, age or experience have a role to play as a leader.  We have to teach and foster leadership from all of our referees. This is a good how-to manual for that.

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About willniccolls

Referee Program Director for Washington Youth Soccer, Washington State Youth Referee Administrator, Former USSF National Referee from 2002-2007, US Youth Soccer National Young Referee of the Year in 1998
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2 Responses to How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge

  1. Kristin says:

    Good article. On the field, it is really tough to apply these principles of leadership. As a center referee, I think it is difficult to relinquish power given that match critical decisions and match control mostly fall on the center’s shoulders. However, working with individuals over many matches makes it easier to trust the individuals you work with. What are things we can do as a group to continue to develop that trust with each other?

  2. Harvard always has great blogs. Keep it up!

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