When To Hold On

Among the most important and rewarding responsibilities that parks and recreation managers deal with is mentoring the staff. Nurturing a new hire from the first day to leading an agency is both a source of personal fulfillment and an essential to organizational continuity (See “Getting Back To BASICs,” PRB August 2008). Conversely, managers are equally responsible for meeting and exceeding the expectations of the people they serve, requiring that events and programs be implemented by a competent, well-supervised staff. If …

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