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Department
Kinesiology
Course
Kinesiology 1080A/B
Professor
Bob Larose
Semester
Fall

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Kinesiology Lesson 12 A leader’s social support enhances indidivual and group motivation Social Support- concern for the welfare of each individual - Positive group atmosphere - Ssas - Asas - Asa - Is more important for experienced athletes - Is more important for male athletes 2. Training and skill instruction by the leader enhances motivation a) Ability- teach skills, techniques, and tactics of the game - Arrange and conduct practice - Maximize mastery of skills = COMPETENCE (leader needs to be competence) b) Role Perception - Clarify each individual’s role and its relation to the whole group - Structure, co-ordinate, and integrate all individuals within the group activity = DEFINING REALITY By improving technical competence and clarifying individual roles, the effort- performance relationship is enhanced and overall motivation improved. 3. Coaching decision styles influence individual levels of motivation Chelladurai: Multidimensional model of sport leadership (1980) p. 212 Three Basic decision making styles: a) Autocratic- coach makes decisions on own Preferred by: older athletes, male athletes - During time of stress (games) b) Participative- coach and athlete(s) make joint decisions Preferred by: female athletes - During low stress periods (practice) c) Delegative – coach lets individuals or group make decisions on own Preferred: low
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