AOQ Duties

The Duties of the AOQ

    1. Be committed and be there.
      • We’ve found that AOs take on the personality of the AOQ in a lot of ways. If the AOQ is not committed the PAX will not be committed and the AO will suffer. The AOQ needs to be ready to make a commitment to post every workout barring travel or sickness/injury.
    2. Be organized and proactive.
      • Keep a Q rotation set out at least a few weeks in advance
      • Recognize conflicts and scheduling issues early.
      • Keep Q’s emails addresses up to date.
      • Be ready with announcements in COT.
      • Be on top of F3 Chattanooga goings on.
    3. Be positive and encouraging.
      • The AOQ ideally can be out front “leading the charge” or in the back playing sweeper and encouraging the slower guys and FNGs.
      • Like the workout Q, the AOQ is constantly scanning the pax to fill the need that is there. Pax are lagging, energy is down? AOQ is ready to step up with an encouraging word or show of energy. FNGs or slower guys falling off the back? AOQ is ready to alert the workout Q and sweep to the back to encourage the six.
    4. Tweet the count.
      • Immediately after a workout or retweet the count tweeted by the workout Q shortly after the workout.
    5. Insure backblasts are posted within 24 hours, and preferably the same day as, each workout.
    6. Have twitter presence.
      • To alert PAX of scheduling issues
      • Pump up the next day’s workout
      • Sell the PAX on attendance
    7. Make sure to have on hand the FNG signup website to enter FNGs right after COT.
    8. Make sure to have someone there, generally the workout Q unless he’s visiting the AO, to fill the above AOQ roles if the AOQ has to miss because of travel or sickness/injury.
    9. Work with the Nan’tan on any issues regarding scheduling, events, workout splits or any unique workout issues to make sure and Nan’tan are aware of issues and can work with the AOQ on a resolution that best serves F3 Chattanooga as a whole.