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Comparative study of leadership behaviors of tennis and softball coaches

Comparative study of leadership behaviors of tennis and softball coaches

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leadership,
  • Coaches (Athletics) -- Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mary Wisnieski.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 61 leaves.
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13552608M
    OCLC/WorldCa7336420

    The present study was designed not to define the athlete leader role, but to describe effective athlete leader behaviors more closely. The study also aimed to determine if other leadership positions in society, as examined by the four main approaches to studying leadership,Cited by: 2. coaching behaviors and leadership styles on athletes‘ outcomes. Having considered the association between coaches' and players' behaviors (Tharp & Gallimore, ; Danielson, Zelhart, & Drake; ), one may consider that some players' unwanted or negative actions may also be related to .

    The present study aimed to examine the relationship between coaches' leadership styles and team cohesion in Ethiopian premier league soccer clubs. players who participated in Ethiopian premier league soccer competition completed the demographic questionnaire, leadership scale for sport (LSS) and group environment questionnaire (GEQ). This study investigated the relationship between leadership styles of coaches with elite female volleyball burnout analysis of motivation and self-determination in Iran. The research findings showed that there was a significant relationship between the leadership styles of coaches with self-determination and burnout of the players.

    b. coaches can't control their positive behaviors c. coaches can't control their negative behaviors d. coaches have high self-esteem e. coaches with higher self-confidence exhibit more negative behaviors than those with lower self-confidence Title: Leadership 7. In their classic study of the coaching (leadership) behaviors of legendary basketball coach John Wooden, Tharp and Gallimore found.   In this study, former student-athletes were asked to report on the experiences they had as an athlete. These athlete experiences were then examined and analyzed. It was found that coach leadership behaviors can significantly impact the individual and the team, not only in the short-term, but also in the : Leal Jaurice Anderson.


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Comparative study of leadership behaviors of tennis. coaching behaviors and athlete motivation: female softball athletes’ perspectives Article (PDF Available) in Sport Science Review XXIV() January with 1, Reads. The present study examined the relationship between perceived coach leadership behaviors on the satisfaction of athletes in collegiate level, since college athletes exhibited high level of socially supportive behaviors from their coaches [11, 7] due to excessive demands of training, competitions, and academics schedules [15, 16].Cited by: 1.

The purpose of this study was to clarify the effective leadership behavior of coaches in collegiate football clubs. Especially, the study investigated what leadership behaviors were effective for football players by examining the relationships between the Perceived Coaching Effectiveness (PCE) and the differences in coachs’ leadership behavior recognized by by: 1.

Exploring Leadership Strategies of Athletic Coaching through the Theory of Play Fang-Jing Huang, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education, on theories and models of leadership management.

In this study, researchers try and approach from a the actual leadership behaviors differ with coaches in different categories, and hence File Size: KB. moment correlation coefficients, and stepwise regression. The results of this study revealed that there was a significant relationship between coaches’ leadership behaviors and athlete burnout.

Athletes who perceived their coaches as providing more training and instruction and exhibiting more democratic behavior and less autocraticFile Size: KB. Results of this study indicate coaches at the three respective middle school in this study place more emphasis on the social support, democratic and autocratic behavior styles of leadership.

This study does not determine which behavior style of leadership is superior for the overall success of a female’s middle school athletic program. Recently, the number of voluntary community sport clubs has increased and young people are expected to act as volunteer coaches.

As a result, there is a need to study youth volunteer management. The purpose of this study was to clarify the leadership behaviors desired of club leaders by student volunteers involved in the field of teaching : Hiroko Maeda, Yasuo Yamaguchi, Shunichi Takeshita.

Coaching Case Study By Rita Johnson (Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Susan, the company sponsor hired me to coach Rob who was in danger of losing out on the next promotion because of behaviors. Leadership, Behaviors, Attitudes and Styles. Coaching Case Study: Leadership, Behaviors, Attitudes and Styles was undergoing a transformation from.

The problem this study addressed was the lack of designation of a leadership style to help coaches perform at their highest level in order to be a positive factor in the lives of their athletes and. The purpose of this study was to identify leadership styles and behaviors of the Texas high school varsity boys’ basketball coaches whose teams reached regional tournament : Joshua Jones.

The Relationship between Softball Student-Athletes' Motivation, Self-Confidence, and Perception of Coach Leadership Jacquelyn M. Sernek Eastern Illinois University This research is a product of the graduate program inKinesiology and Sports Studiesat Eastern Illinois Author: Jacquelyn M. Sernek. A Comparative Study of Leadership Behaviour between Individual and Team Game Women Player Mejar Singh effectiveness of coaches, what coaching jobs athletes think are important and how athletes view specific coaching behaviors.

The present study examined the relationship between perceived coach leadership behaviors on the satisfaction of athletes in collegiate level, since college athletes exhibited high level of socially supportive behaviors from their coaches [11, 7] due to excessive demands of training, competitions, and academi cs schedules [15, 16].

ParticipantsCited by: 1. Free Online Library: The impact of leadership behavior on satisfaction of college tennis players: a test of the leadership behavior congruency hypothesis of the multidimensional model of leadership.(Report) by "Journal of Sport Behavior"; Psychology and mental health Sports and fitness College sports Research Leadership Influence Models Sports sciences Tennis coaches Tennis.

References Alferman D., Lee M. J., & Wurth S., (), Perceived Leadership Behavior and Motivational Climate as Antecedent of Adolescent Athletes’ Skill Development, The online Journal of Sport Psychology Andrew D., (), THE EFFECT OF CONGRUENCE OF LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS ON MOTIVATION, COMMITMENT, AND SATISFACTION OF COLLEGE TENNIS Cited by: The purpose of this paper was to use athletes' and former athletes' memories of their favorite coach to improve coach education curriculum.

Player preferences of coaching behavior can affect both their attitudes toward their sport experiences and team performance. By identifying positive coaching behaviors as recalled by athletes, coach educators can ensure that the curriculum in their courses.

Two-thirds of the behaviors exhibited by coaches were negative. Players for coaches who displayed high levels of general technical instruction evaluated their teammates and sport more positively. There was generally a high relationship between players' perceptions of coaches' behaviors and the actual coaching behaviors.

a and b e. Jan - A New Scale Measuring Coaches’ Unethical Behaviors for Comparison by Gender, Age, and Education Level of Coach Jan - Sports Tourism in Cyprus: A Study of International Visitors Jan - Characteristics Contributing to the Success of a Sports Coach. Relationships of Coaching Behaviors to Student-Athlete Well-Being Adela S.

Roxas and Lynn L. Ridinger Old Dominion University Abstract Research on the association between coaching behaviors and student-athlete well-being has revealed significant relationships among coaching behaviors and a. Perceived and expected behavior of coaches as assessed by athletes by Paula P.

M. Scholten. GV S A Coaching athletes: a foundation for success / [written by Monika E. Schloder, Richard T. McGuire for the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles].This is a descriptive and correlational study that examined the relationship between emotional intelligence and coaching behavior of the sport coaches in the state universities and colleges in Region III.

A total of respondents, coaches and athletes were the respondents of the study. The study describes the perception of the respondents’ emotional intelligence in terms of Author: Arlene Dave, Elizabeth N.

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