AL349 _ Chapter 6 Notes _ FILL-IN BLANKS 4th Edition.docx - Chapter 6 Communicating With Your Athletes 1 What are the three dimensions of communications

AL349 _ Chapter 6 Notes _ FILL-IN BLANKS 4th Edition.docx

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Chapter 6 _ Communicating With Your Athletes 1 What are the three dimensions of communications? A SENDING AND RECEIVING MESSAGES B VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL MESSAGES C CONTENT AND EMOTION MESSAGES 2 Who are eight coaches that will acquaint you with communication skills by demonstrating their lack of them? A COACH NAYSAYER B COACH INCREDIBLE C THE JUDGE D THE PROFESSOR E COACH GLIB F COACH FICKLE G COACH STONE H COACH SKINNER 3 List three types of coaching styles. A COMMAND-STYLE B SUBMISSIVE-STYLE C COOPERATIVE-STYLE 4 What are three reasons that coaches (Naysayer) use a negative approach to coaching? A THEY BELIEVE IT’S THE BEST WAY TO GET RESULTS B IT HELPS ATHLETHES LEARN THE SKILLS YOU WANT THEM TO C ATHLETES SELF DOUBT INCREASES, AND THEIR CONFIDENCE IS DESTROYED. 5 What are the five categories of nonverbal (body language) communication? 1 BODY POSITION 2 VOICE CHARACTERISTICS 3 TOUCHING BEHAVIOR 4 PHYSICAL CHRACTERISTICS 5 BODY MOTION Coaching is all about {COMMUNCATION} ; successful coaches are MASTERFUL communicators, and unsuccessful coaches often fail not because they lack {KNOWLEDGE} of the sport but because of poor COMMUNICATION skills; as a coach you must be able to communicate effectively in COUNTLESS situations. THREE DIMENSIONS OF COMMUNICATION AL349 Page 1 Principles of Coaching
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Chapter 6 _ Communicating With Your Athletes 1 Communication includes not only {SENDING} messages but also RECEIVING them; generally, coaches are known much more for their {ORATORIAL} skills than for their LISTENING skills; coaches must be skillful not only at sending {CLEAR} , understandable messages but also at {LISTENING} to understand what their athletes are communicating in return 2 Communication consists of VERBAL and non- VERBAL messages; gestures of hostility, FACIAL expressions of joy, movements of {INTIMIDATIONS} , and acts of kindness are all forms of non- {VERBAL} communication; it is estimated that over 70 percent of communication is non- VERBAL , which reinforces the previous {OBSERVATION} that what you say is not nearly as {IMPORTANT} as what you do Most of us tend to demonstrate greater CONTROL over our verbal messages that we do our non- VERBAL ones; coaches especially must be attuned to how their {GESTURES} , body positions, and facial EXPRESSIONS communicate 3 Communication has two parts: (1) CONTENT and (2) {EMOTION} ; content is the substance of the message, and EMOTION is how you feel about it; content is usually expressed {VERBALLY} , emotion non-verbally; PRESSURE -packed competitive sports CHALLENGE coaches to be in control of both the content and the {EMOTIONS} they communicate WHY COMMUNICATION IS SOMETIMES INEFFECTIVE Communication {PROBLEMS} tend to occur more when people are under STRESS or duress, when they are PASSIONATE about the subject, or when the OUTCOME is very important to them; stress, passion, and importance reign {SUPREME} in the world of competitive sports, which is why communication is such a {CHALLENGE} for coaches Ineffective communication is not always the FAULT of the coach; the problem may lie with the ATHLETE
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