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A presentation to the 2009 ABOA Fall Clinic by Morgan Munroe.

A presentation to the 2009 ABOA Fall Clinic by Morgan Munroe.

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  • 1. 2009 ABOA CLINIC PRESENTED BY MORGAN MUNROE
  • 2. ARTICLE FROM EXCEL SPORTS OFFICIATING
    • THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
  • 3. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 1. FOR ALL BUT A FEW OF US, OFFICIATING IS AN AVOCATION, NOT OUR JOB
    • PRIORITIES
  • 4. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 2. NINETY PERCENT OF OFFICIATING IS BEING A PEOPLE PERSON
    • COURTESY
  • 5. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 3. OFFICIATING IS NOT ALWAYS FAIR
    • PERSPECTIVE
  • 6. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 4. KEEP SAFETY NUMBER ONE
    • MORAL DUTY
  • 7. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 5. DON’T MAKE EXCUSES
    • ENERGY
    • CORRECTION
    • LESSON
  • 8. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 6. YOU HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO HOLD YOURSELF TO A HIGHER- THAN-THE-REST STANDARD
    • INTEGRITY
  • 9. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 7. EXPECT CRITICISM AND LEARN HOW TO HANDLE IT
    • FOCUS, POSITIVE ATTITUDE
  • 10. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 8. OFFICIATING BUILDS SKILLS FOR A LIFETIME
    • TEAMWORK
    • LOYALTY
    • SACRIFICE
    • STUDY
    • FAIR MINDEDNESS
    • ACCOUNTABILITY
    • HONESTY
  • 11. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 9 . NEVER LET YOUR SIGNALS CONVEY YOUR EMOTIONS
    • A FOUL NOT A FELONY
  • 12. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 10 . UNDERSTAND THE INTENT OF THE RULE – NOT JUST THE RULE
    • WHY IS THAT RULE NEEDED?
  • 13. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 11. IF YOU’RE GOING TO BLOW THE WHISTLE, BLOW IT HARD
    • OFTEN A REFLECTION OF CONFIDENCE AND JUDGEMENT
  • 14. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 12. UNDERSTAND THAT YOU WILL MAKE MISTAKES
    • SPLIT-SECOND DECISIONS AREN’T ALWAYS PERFECT. KEEP PERSPECTIVE –OFFICIAL AND EVALUATOR
  • 15. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 13. DON’T CRITICIZE OTHER OFFICIALS
    • NEVER TO A PLAYER OR A COACH.
    • IF ASKED FOR BE SUPPORTIVE
    • IF NOT ASKED, DON’T OFFER IT
  • 16. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 14. BE PROFESSIONAL
    • BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER
  • 17. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 15. KNOW YOUR ROLE
    • PART OF A BIGGER PICTURE
  • 18. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 16. BE PREPARED
    • PLAN FOR THE UNEXPECTED
    • TEMPO CHANGES
    • DISRUPTORS
  • 19. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 17. CONTINUING STUDY IS A REQUIREMENT
    • RULE CHANGES
    • MECHANIC CHANGES
    • POINTS OF EMPHASIS
  • 20. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 18. BODY LANGUAGE WILL DO YOU IN QUICKER THAN A LACK OF KNOWLEDGE
    • ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS
  • 21. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 19. POUR NO GASOLINE
    • COMMUNICATION PROFESSIONAL
    • EMPATHY WHEN NEEDED
    • FIRMNESS WHEN NEEDED
  • 22. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 20. YOU DON’T CARE WHO WINS
    • IMPARTIALITY
  • 23. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 21. HAVE A REVERENCE FOR THE RULES
    • RULE KNOWLEDGE
    • THE SPIRIT OF THE RULE
    • APPLICATION OF THE RULE .
  • 24. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 22. ALWAYS HAVE A PREGAME
    • HOW DID THE GAME GO?
    • WHEN STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN ASK THE CREW ABOUT THE PREGAME.
  • 25. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 23. DON’T CARRY OVER FEELINGS TO THE NEXT GAME
      • YOUR DEMEANOR AND ACTIONS MUST INDICATE THAT YOU’VE FORGOTTEN THE PREVIOUS GAME … EVEN IF THE COACHES AND PLAYERS HAVEN’T.
  • 26. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 24. REMEMBER WHERE YOU CAME FROM.
    • REPAY THOSE WHO HELPED YOU MAKE IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL BY MENTORING OR SERVING YOUR ASSOCIATION IN SOME CAPACITY.
  • 27. THE 25 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OFFICIATING
    • 25. BE WHO YOU ARE WHEN YOU REFEREE.
    • CAUTION HERE; DON’T LET YOUR REAL JOB INTERFERE OR INFLUENCE HOW YOU TREAT FELLOW OFFICIALS AS WELL AS PLAYERS AND COACHES.
  • 28. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • REFEREE MAGAZINE DECEMBER 2006
    • AUTHOR BILL KENNEY
  • 29. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • PARADIGM SHIFT
    • FROM AVOID UNNECESSARY TALKING TO PARTICIPATING IN “MEANINGFUL DIALOGUE”.
  • 30. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • A SUCCESSFUL OUTCOME HAS EVOLVED FROM ADMINISTERING PENALTIES TO ELICITING COMPLIANCE , IF NOT COOPERATION.
  • 31. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • TWO OPPORTUNITIES TO COMMUNICATE WITH COACHES.
    • THE “FLY BY” – COACH MAKES A COMMENT OR ASKS A QUESTION AS THE OFFICIAL IS IN TRANSITION. IF A REPLY IS OFFERED IT CAN’T BE VERY LONG OR DETAILED.
  • 32. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • SECOND OPPORTUNITY COMES WHEN THERE IS A BREAK IN THE ACTION.
    • RESPOND TO QUESTIONS
  • 33. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • ONLY ENGAGE OR INITIATE A CONVERSATION WHEN YOU ARE PROACTIVELY WARNING A COACH ABOUT A PLAYER
    • TRYING TO DRAW THE COACHES ATTENTION TO SOMETHING HAPPENING IN THE GAME
  • 34. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • PRINCIPLES FOR CHOICES
    • PREPARE. HAVE STANDARD REPLIES THOUGHT OUT IN ADVANCE FOR TYPICAL COACH QUESTIONS.
    • LISTEN TO WHAT IS BEING SAID. UNDERSTAND THE CONCERNS OF THE COACH.
  • 35. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • IF CONCERNS ARE LEGITIMATE, EXPRESS THAT UNDERSTANDING
    • ANSWER QUESTIONS, NOT STATEMENTS. SOME COMMENTS CAN BE IGNORED. BE A RESPONDER, NOT AN INITIATOR.
  • 36. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • HAVE NO TOLERANCE FOR QUESTIONS OF YOUR INTEGRITY OR THAT OF YOUR PARTNER(S)
    • EXHIBIT CALMNESS. DO NOT THREATEN.
  • 37. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • DO NOT TRY TO ANSWER A QUESTIONS FROM AN OUT-OF-CONTROL COACH; DEAL WITH THE BEHAVIOR FIRST.
    • BE IN CONTROL AND SPEAK IN CALM, EASY TONES. BE AWARE OF YOUR BODY LANGUAGE; MAINTAIN POSITIVE AND CONFIDENT BODY LANGUAGE
  • 38. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • IT IS RARE FOR AN OFFICIAL TO HAVE TO HAVE THE UNIQUE ABILITY TO USE WIT AND HUMOR TO DIFFUSE A SITUATION.
    • STICK TO POSITIVE, EASILY UNDERSTOOD AND HARD TO MISREPRESENT REPLIES.
  • 39. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • LET’S BE REAL
    • THESE ARE GUIDELINES AND EVERY SCENARIO IS DIFFERENT.
  • 40. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • FOR INSTANCE THE CONCEPT OF ONLY RESPONDING TO QUESTIONS IS DIFFICULT WHEN A COACH IS CALMLY AND PROFESSIONALLY COMMUNICATING WITH YOU BUT IS NOT ASKING A QUESTION.
    • REFUSING TO RESPOND WOULD EXHIBIT AN ERROR IN JUDGEMENT.
  • 41. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • FIGHT THE FIRE
    • A FIREFIGHTER WANTS TO EXTINGUISH THE FLAMES AND PUT OUT THE FIRE BEFORE IT BECOMES BIGGER.
  • 42. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME?
    • RESPONDING TO A COMMENT IN THE INITIAL STAGES MAY ALLEVIATE A MORE VOLATILE SITUATION LATER.
    • IGNORING THE COMMENT MAY CAUSE A BIGGER EXPLOSION LATER.
  • 43. TEAM CONTROL FOUL
    • COACH: THAT WAS A TERRIBLE CALL
    • OFFICIAL: 1. NO RESPONSE
    • 2. I HAD A GOOD LOOK AT THE PLAY, COACH
    • 3. COME ON, COACH. YOUR PLAYER RAN HIM/HER OVER.
    • 4. WHATEVER
  • 44. TEAM CONTROL FOUL
    • COACH: SHE WAS MOVING SHE WAS NEVER SET.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. THE RULE SAYS SHE’S ALLOWED TO MOVE.
    • 2. COACH, I KNOW YOU TEACH YOUR PLAYERS TO MAINTAIN THEIR LEGAL GUARDING POSITION. THAT’S WHAT THE PLAYER WAS DOING.
    • 3. WHAT GAME WERE YOU WATCHING?
  • 45. TEAM CONTROL FOUL
    • COACH: THE PLAYER NEVER HAD LEGAL GUARDING POSITION!
    • OFFICIAL: 1. THAT’S ENOUGH. YOU’RE REPEATING YOURSELF AND IT’S NOT GOING TO CHANGE THE CALL.
    • 2. THAT IS NOT GOING TO HELP YOU WIN.
    • 3. OK, COACH, THAT’S YOUR OPINION, BUT IT’S NOT WHAT I SAW. IN MY MIND, THE PLAYER HAD A LEGAL GUARDING POSITION.
  • 46. TEAM CONTROL FOUL
    • COACH: YOU CAN’T ADMIT YOU WERE WRONG!
    • OFFICIAL: 1. I PROMISE I’LL ADMIT IT IF I THINK I’VE BLOWN ONE, BUT WE NEED TO END THIS BEFORE IT ESCALATES INTO SOMETHING THAT HURTS YOUR TEAM’S CHANCES TO WIN THE GAME.
    • 2. NO RESPONSE
    • 3. ONE MORE WORD AND I CALL A “T”.
  • 47. COACH PREVIUOSLY WARNED, BUT CONTINUES TO WANDER OUT OF THE BOX. “COACH I NEED YOU TO STAY IN THE BOX.”
    • COACH: I’M ONLY COACHING MY KIDS.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. DON’T LET ME SEE YOU OUT OF THE BOX AGAIN OR ELSE.
    • 2. IF YOU DON’T COOPERATE I’LL HAVE TO CALL A “T”.
    • 3. WE NEED TO BE FAIR, COACH. THE OTHER COACH IS STAYING IN THE BOX.WHAT CAN I SAY TO GAIN YOUR COOPERATION?
    • 4. NO RESPONSE
  • 48. COACH PREVIUOSLY WARNED, BUT CONTINUES TO WANDER OUT OF THE BOX. “COACH I NEED YOU TO STAY IN THE BOX.”
    • COACH: THAT’S JUST CHICKEN
    • SH**!
    • OFFICIAL: 1. TECHNICAL FOUL
    • 2. APPRECIATE YOUR OPINION, COACH, BUT I CAN’T LET YOU HAVE AN ADVANTAGE. PLEASE COOPERATE.
    • 3. THAT’S TWO STRIKES. YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS WITH THREE.
  • 49. COACH PREVIUOSLY WARNED, BUT CONTINUES TO WANDER OUT OF THE BOX. “COACH I NEED YOU TO STAY IN THE BOX.”
    • COACH: AS THE COACH MOVES BACK INTO THE BOX, THE COACH MUMBLES SOMETHING INAUDIBLE TO THE OFFICIAL.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. WHAT WAS THAT, COACH?
    • 2. TECHNICAL FOUL
    • 3. IGNORE
  • 50. YOU HAVE JUST CALLED A DOUBLE FOUL INVOLVING THE STAR PLAYER FROM TEAM A AND A RECENT SUB FROM TEAM B.
    • COACH A: WHAT DID MY PLAYER DO TO DESERVE THAT?
    • OFFICIAL: 1. AFTER YOUR PLAYER GOT PUSHED, YOUR PLAYER RAPPED THE PUSHER WITH AN ELBOW.
    • 2. WE GOT THE FIRST FOUL, COACH. IT WAS UNWISE OF YOUR PLAYER TO RETALIATE.
    • 3. I KNOW YOU TEACH YOUR PLAYERS NOT TO RETALIATE. EVIDENTLY THAT PLAYER FORGOT.
  • 51. YOU HAVE JUST CALLED A DOUBLE FOUL INVOLVING THE STAR PLAYER FROM TEAM A AND A RECENT SUB FROM TEAM B.
    • COACH: THEY SENT THAT PLAYER IN JUST TO PROVOKE MY STAR PLAYER.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. THE SECRET IS OUT NOW, COACH. WE’RE ON IT.
    • 2. A FOUL IS A FOUL. GET YOUR PLAYER UNDER CONTROL.
    • 3. COACH, YOU DON’T KNOW THAT FOR CERTAIN. HOWEVER, WE WILL WATCH THOSE TWO PLAYERS CLOSELY.
  • 52. YOU HAVE JUST CALLED A DOUBLE FOUL INVOLVING THE STAR PLAYER FROM TEAM A AND A RECENT SUB FROM TEAM B.
    • COACH: YOU GOTTA PROTECT MY BEST PLAYER
    • OFFICIAL: 1. WE’RE HERE TO PROTECT ALL THE PLAYERS.
    • 2. WE’VE ALREADY WARNED THEM BOTH. THEY KNOW WE’RE WATCHING.
    • 3. IT MIGHT NOT HURT IF YOU REMINDED YOUR PLAYER TO KEEP HIS OR HER COOL.
  • 53. YOU HAVE JUST CALLED A DOUBLE FOUL INVOLVING THE STAR PLAYER FROM TEAM A AND A RECENT SUB FROM TEAM B.
      • COACH: YOU’RE LOSING CONTROL OF THE GAME.
      • OFFICIAL: 1. CUT THE CRAP, COACH
      • 2. THE BIGGER THE FUSS YOU MAKE, THE MORE LIKELY THERE MIGHT BE TROUBLE. YOU CAN HELP DIFFUSE THE ISSUE
      • 3. TRUST US, COACH. WE WANT A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD AS MUCH AS YOU
  • 54. TEAM A HAS JUST GONE ON A 12-0 RUN AND THE COACH OF TEAM B CALLS TIMEOUT. EXITING THE TIMEOUT THE COACH SHARES A FEW CHOICE WORDS.
    • COACH: YOU GUYS HAVE CALLED FIVE FOULS ON US AND ONLY ONE ON THEM.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. IGNORE
    • 2. IS THERE A SPECIFIC CALL YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT, COACH?
    • 3. THAT’S THE WAY THE BALL IS BOUNCING RIGHT NOW.
    • 4. COACH, YOUR TEAM IS PRESSING ALL OVER THE FLOOR AND THEY’RE IN A ZONE.
  • 55. TEAM A HAS JUST GONE ON A 12-0 RUN AND THE COACH OF TEAM B CALLS TIMEOUT. EXITING THE TIMEOUT THE COACH SHARES A FEW CHOICE WORDS.
    • COACH: EVERY TIME WE COME UP HERE WE GET SCREWED.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. ARE YOU QUESTIONING OUR INTEGRITY?
    • 2. COACH, I KNOW THINGS LOOK TOUGH RIGHT NOW, BUT IMPLYING THAT WE ARE CHEATING YOUR TEAM IS UNACCEPTABLE.
    • 3. DON’T LET ME HEAR ANY MORE OF THAT.
    • 4. TECHNICAL FOUL
  • 56. TEAM A HAS JUST GONE ON A 12-0 RUN AND THE COACH OF TEAM B CALLS TIMEOUT. EXITING THE TIMEOUT THE COACH SHARES A FEW CHOICE WORDS.
    • COACH: LOOK AT THE BOARD. EVERYBODY CAN SEE IT.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. TECHNICAL FOUL
    • 2. IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN SAY TO GET YOU TO CALM DOWN BEFORE I HAVE TO ADD TO THE FOUL COUNT?
    • 3. BACK OFF, COACH; YOU’RE WAY OVER THE LINE.
  • 57. TEAM A HAS JUST GONE ON A 12-0 RUN AND THE COACH OF TEAM B CALLS TIMEOUT. EXITING THE TIMEOUT THE COACH SHARES A FEW CHOICE WORDS.
    • COACH: YOU’LL NEVER WORK MY GAMES AGAIN.
    • OFFICIAL: 1. THAT WILL BE A BLESSING
    • 2. IGNORE AND RESUME PLAY.
    • 3. TECHNICAL FOUL