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Leadership and Coaching Psych 479SE
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Leadership and coaching Prescribed leader: appointed by someone in authority Emergent leader: takes charge of a group, sometimes unofficially Fransen et al. (2014)
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Leadership and coaching Trait approach: someone is a good (or bad) leader across all situations Behavioral approach: anyone can become a leader by learning the behaviors of other leaders
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Leadership and coaching Research suggests that through sports (and in life?) you can become a good leader if you: Are knowledgeable Have a strong work ethic Have good rapport with people
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Exercise leadership Research suggests that exercise leaders often play a role in participants’ attitudes, adherence to physical activity programs Exercise group cohesion is frequently preceded by good leadership
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Exercise leadership Effective physical activity leaders often: Are enthusiastic Develop bonds with participants Focus on personal, group accomplishments, not mistakes
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Exercise leadership For example, Turner et al. (1997) designed a successful exercise intervention program centered on frequent, specific instruction and lots of positive feedback (e.g., “You’re trying very hard, I can tell.”)
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Leadership and coaching The players’ coach A relationship- oriented leader may develop interpersonal bonds with players, focus on keeping lines of communication open
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Leadership and coaching The task-oriented coach
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