And most FLMs are just the master of everything.
3-9-4. TAXI INTO POSITION AND HOLD (TIPH)Deemed failed training session.
d. When an aircraft is authorized to taxi into position and hold, inform it of the closest traffic requesting a full-stop, touch-and-go, stop-and-go, option or unrestricted low approach to the same runway.
“United Five, runway one eight, position and hold. Traffic a Boeing Seven Thirty Seven, six mile final.”
Looks like someone needs there own skills checked during busy traffic.
Procedures vs techniques..... the age old question....
The way a CPC (Certified Professional Controller) inflicts his/her voice while issuing the instruction can imply different meanings. Talking slow or stating a clearance with an uncertain tone will not convey confidence to the pilots and they may be less willing to help a controller out. However, talking with confidence on frequency will get most moving well.
I wouldn't use "spool'em up," but I do add "Be ready" or "be ready for an immediate" after the traffic call if I'm running a tight squeeze play. Of course SWA is the best airline to fight into the tight arrival gaps, as they are always willing to take the quick departure when cleared.
Of course you won't get in trouble for always using and never deviating from the phraseology in the .65. However, to move traffic safely and efficiently, a controller may need to "prep" the pilot for the next control instruction so that minimal to no delay is had when the pilots executes said instruction. Techniques, used correctly can help move the while the agency continues to slow the traffic down with new interpretations of rules by those who could not move traffic at all.