Unformatted text preview: situations, whether it is more aggressive, more calm and collected, or more nervous and flustered when it comes to his confidence. I also plan on focusing on the locker room atmosphere surrounding the coach and how his attitude is in dealing with it (strict/hard, oblivious, pushover, or somewhere in between). My last observation is based on the attitude the coach has towards delegating players to the other coaches such as whether he plays favorites or not. In conclusion of all of this I will then compare all of the data from each of the questionnaires and will come up with my result on how a head football coach’s attitude affects the performance of his or her team....
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- Spring '05
- Jonathan Coachman, Head Football Coach