GCB team managers seminar tomorrow

The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) will be conducting a Team Managers’ Seminar tomorrow, at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports Resource Centre in Woolford Avenue, Georgetown.

Director of Sports, Neil Kumar and President of the GCB, Drubadhur will open the seminar which is the first in a series of seminars and activities geared at enhancing the knowledge base of current and potential Team Managers.

Topics to be addressed at this first team management exercise cover the functions, roles and responsibilities of mangers along with the categories of team managers, the development of appropriate skills and personal characteristics of team managers, the different leadership styles, good practices- principles, core values and relevant code of ethics inclusive of the WICB/ICC Code of Conduct for players and officials.

On successful completion of this first activity, individuals will be exposed to a second seminar for team mangers which shall include such topics as travel planning and requirements – travel logistics, application for visas, filling of immigration/emigration forms etc.), report writing, players and team staff appraisals, proposals and the like. Whereas, the third seminar in this series will focus more on the practical side of team management matters through group interaction and role plays.

The facilitators for the seminars are Alvin Johnson, Grantley Culbard, Cecil Chin and Colin Stuart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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