Coach Fore talks with former Head Coach John Kane who has a VERY interesting story of how and where he was fired. Fore then discusses losing his job in 2011, and how getting fired might be the best thing that ever happens to you!
Coach Fore discusses 36 questions to prepare coaches for the next job of their dreams. Listen, make a list of the ones you need to work on, then answer them to help yourself prepare for that next interview!
Coach Fore discusses 99 questions a coach should ask before taking their next job. Asking these questions will help coaches to get a better feel for the community they are looking at joining, while at the same time avoiding potential pitfalls and disasters!
Coach Fore discusses 3 reasons it is important to survey your players about your program and the season. He also walks you through a real survey he did last year of a program.
Coach Fore discusses 6 Things An Athletic Director Looks For On A Resume when they hire a Head Coach. He shares unique insights on this topic from serving as an Athletic Director, and building record setting athletic departments.
Coach Fore discusses 5 things to send to the Athletic Director and or Principal, and 4 key resume suggestions in this podcast about the job search process.
Coach Fore interviews portfolio expert Bill Vasko about what makes a great coaching portfolio. Vasko shares wisdom from more than 20 years in the business to help coaches develop their profile for that next dream job.
Coach Fore interviewed 300 Assistant Coaches to ask them what their Head Coach could be going to get more and/or better buy in from their staff. We also asked what is ONE thing you wish your Head Coach did better.
Coach Fore talks about what might be a deciding factor in making a decision to leave your current job. There are 5 ways to know it might be time to pull that trigger on a new job search.
Coach Fore talks with Kirby Bradley, the producer of ESPN’s latest 30 for 30 film: Seau, about the life and times of NFL Hall of Famer Junior Seau. Fore also checks in with Lamont Butler, rookie college Head Football Coach, about their fourth game of the year.