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Department
Kinesiology
Course
Kinesiology 1088A/B
Professor
Bob Larose
Semester
Fall

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b) Role perception - clarify each individual’s role and it’s 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) pg. 216 - Three basic decision making styles: 1) Autocratic – coach makes decisions on own (preferred by: older athletes, male athletes, during time of stress – games) 2) Participative – coach and athletes make joint decisions (preferred by: female athletes, during low stress periods – practice 3) Delegative – coach lets individual or group make decisions on own (preferred by – lower quality decisions, uncomplicated decisions, when there is little need for group acceptance) Multidimensional model of sport leadership: Leader behaviour -> required behaviour -> actual behaviour -> preferred behaviour Antecedents -> situational characteristics -> leader characteristics -> member characteristics Consequences -> participant satisfaction Components of effective leadership 1) Leaders qualities – intelligence, assertion, empathy, flexibility, self-confidence
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