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Romick 1Coaching Methods Take Home Final – 5/5/2014Case Study #11)When reviewing this letter from the perspective of an authoritarian coach, it is important to consider what attributes authoritarian coaches exhibit. If I were an authoritarian coach, I would validate the concerns of Tom Martin, the Team Captain, but I would attempt to help him understand why the rules and policies are in place. If I were a cooperative coach, I would take the concerns brought forth by Tom, and attempt to resolve each issue with the team. More over, I wouldinclude input of both the players and the existing staff in order to have a fair and productive change to the policies and direction of the team2)From the perspective of the players and specifically Tom Martin are as follows: too strict of policies, too mundane of practices, apparent disagreement among coaching staff and lack of player input. From the perspective of Coach Fielder, the problems are as follows: previous records of bad behavior and lack of leadership due to the departing Head Coach. 3)If I were Coach Fielder, I reverse my trend of authoritarian rule and attempt to become much more cooperative. Due to Tom’s expression of wanting to lead, I would improve my communication between the players and the staff. Putting the power back into the hands of the players and remaining on the same page as the coaching staff. A specific example of something I would do is sit down as an