AOQ Duties

  1. Be committed and be there.
    • AOs take on the personality of the AOQ in a lot of ways. If the AOQ is not committed, then the PAX will not be committed. The AOQ commits to post to 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.
    • Ensure someone is scheduled to Q for every workout and report this info to the Weasel Shaker.
    • Be prepared to fill in, even at the last second, for a Q that falls through.
    • Be ready with announcements in COT.
    • Be on top of F3 Nashville happenings.
  3. Be positive and encouraging.
    • The AOQ is ideally out front “leading the charge” or in the back playing sweeper and encouraging the slower guys.
    • Like the workout Q, the AOQ is constantly scanning the PAX to fill the need that is there. PAX are lagging, energy is down? The AOQ is ready to step up with an encouraging word or show of energy. FNGs or slower guys falling off the back? The AOQ is ready to alert the workout Q and sweep to the back to encourage the six.
  4. Ensure Back Blasts are posted within 24 hours of each workout.
  5. Post the count that posted at your AO on Slack.
  6. Have a Slack presence.
    • To alert PAX of scheduling issues
    • To pump up the next day’s workout
    • To sell the PAX on attendance
    • To communicate with other AOQs and the F3 Nashville leadership group
  7. Obtain contact info for every FNG that attends the workout and invite them to join Slack.
  8. Make sure to have someone there to fill the above AOQ roles if you have to miss because of travel or sickness/injury. This will typically be the workout Q unless he’s visiting the AO.
  9. Work with the Nantan or 1st F Q on any issues regarding scheduling, events, workout splits, or any unique workout issues towards a resolution that best serves F3 Nashville as a whole.