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John Reitman

By John Reitman

How to work with a green committee - the politics of career management

    11/20/2018 Bradley S. Klein, Ph.D., Golf Channel/Golf Advisor

bsk100.jpgBradley Klein, Ph.D., senior write for Golf Channel/Golf Advisor and a leading expert in golf course architecture and a former political scientist, turns his attention to the politics of the golf course as a workplace. 

Among the topics explored are: the proper set up of a green committee and the green chairman's scope of responsibility; how to avoid the inevitable factionalism of any club by taking a step back and preserving a professional demeanor in the face of contending policies; how to treat labor and staff with professionalism and respect in ways that empower them rather than micro-manages them; and how to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies (members, public golfers and non-golfing public, and regulatory authorities) as you go about your day-to-day job.  register_button.png

 






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