A cheerleading team that has solid relationships is going to have solid performances. Conflict might be ultimately inevitable, but it is completely manageable. Keep your cheer team's attitude healthy with the Cheerleading Uniforms Blog's complete guide to conflict resolution and good sportsmanship for cheerleading coaches, captains, team members and parents.

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Highlights

Tips For Coaches and Captains
Anybody that is or has been in a leadership role on a cheerleading squad knows that the job requires much more than just running practices. A team is like a family, and like every family, someone sits in the head seat at the table. Being a leader isn't about being a bully though, it's about being the type of person that people can and do look up to. Here are 8 tips for leading a cheer team by example.

Conflict Resolution Tips For Coaches & Captains
What should you do when your team goes from yelling on the sidelines to yelling at each other? As the cheerleading season gets into full swing, has your team encountered any conflicts? Keep your team attitude healthy with these tips!

Tips For Cheerleaders and Parents
Here are some tips on how cheer squad members and their family members can make sure they are supporting the team and showing good sportsmanship.

Conflict Resolution Tips for Cheerleaders & Parents
Recognizing, addressing and putting conflicts to rest is important for a team that relies on respect and trust during routines and stunts. Squad members and their parents can work on managing team conflicts to keep their cheerleading community positive using these tips!

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