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Nature of athlete leadership and satisfaction in high school interactive sport teams

Christianne Bauck

Nature of athlete leadership and satisfaction in high school interactive sport teams

by Christianne Bauck

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Published by Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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StatementChristianne Bauck.
The Physical Object
Pagination32 l. :
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL22245084M

  The word TEAM has literally transpired into a buzz word in the corporate world. There are countless books and articles written about the importance of teams, while each year, management consultants, scholars, and researchers continue presenting theories and research that debate over various aspects of team building. Career and educational experiences of high school athletic directors: A multi-level perspective. ABSTRACT High school athletic directors (AD) play a crucial role in the administration of high school sports. Over the past several decades, participation in high school athletics has increased, placing ADs with additional responsibilities.

level. The results demonstrated dif/èrences in behavior preferences based on student-athlete characteristics of gender, task dependence. and task variability. Further investigations are needed to provide a./illl understanding of'sport leadership behavior among NCAA Division I and Division Il intercollegiate student-athletes. According to the multidimensional model of sport leadership, performance and satisfaction are a function of the degree of congruence among a. three types of leader behavior b. motivation of the leader c. leadership style d. situational characteristics e. member characteristics.

supportive. Hence, the role and leadership of the athletic coach is not unchanging but complex and variable (Wu, ). As Liu () mentions, compared with other occupations, the athletic coach is high risk, highly challenging, highly creative, and highly complex job that is also very uncertain and Size: KB. The Relationship Between Ethical and Abusive Coaching Behaviors and Student-Athlete Well-Being gender as well as the contextual influences of the profile of the sport, National Collegiate Athletic Association Division, and ethical climate at the school. found a link between ethical leadership and follower satisfaction and commitment File Size: 72KB.


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Nature of athlete leadership and satisfaction in high school interactive sport teams by Christianne Bauck Download PDF EPUB FB2

The nature of athlete leadership. Journal of Sport Behavior, 29, –]. Previous research has suggested that individuals involved in sport view the presence of. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 8 () – Athlete leadership dispersion and satisfaction in interactive sport teams Mark A.

Eysa, Todd M. Lougheadb, James Hardyc aSchool of Human Kinetics, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ont., Canada P3E 2C6 bUniversity of Windsor, Canada cUniversity of Wales Bangor, UK Received 1 June ; received in revised form 21 April ; accepted 29 April File Size: KB.

Athlete leadership on sport teams can be represented by an individual occupying a formal or informal leadership role within a team who influences a group of team members to achieve a common goal [Loughead, Hardy, & Eys, ().

The nature of athlete leadership. Journal of Sport Behavior, 29, –]. Previous research has suggested that Cited by: Athlete leadership dispersion and satisfaction in interactive sport teams Article in Psychology of Sport and Exercise 8(3) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The Relationship Among Athlete Leadership Behaviors and Cohesion in Team Sports Diana J.E. Vincer and Todd M. Loughead University of Windsor This study examined the influence of athlete leadership behaviors on perceptions of team cohesion. The participants were athletes from 25.

Equally important, although far less examined, is the concept of athlete leadership. The role of athlete leaders, both formal (e.g., the captain) and informal (such as motivators and cultural architects) can have a significant impact upon a range of team-related factors including satisfaction, cohesion, and Cited by: the relationship between transformational leadership styles of coaches and sport commitment and athleticInstrument: Instruments of the study were Multifactor satisfaction of Iranian’s high schools’ football players Leadership Questionnaire [35], SCMS [36] and Athlete and considers the impact of players’ ages and Satisfaction Questionnaire.

I bought this book for my daughter, it was recommended to her by another coach. She is delighted with it, she coaches women's football and is manager of a women's team. She also plays cricket and other sports the book she finds useful for all aspects of team leadership. She says she would recommend it/5(60).

Leadership is very important in sport. Leadership as provided by the coach plays a very significant role in the lives of athletes and in the athlete’s sport experience (Williams et al., ).

However, the means by which a coach demonstrates leadership behaviors may vary from coach to coach. former student-athletes to display significantly more leadership, self-confidence, and self-respect than those who were active outside of sports -- such as being in the band or on the yearbook staff.

In the long run, Study 2 uses biodata to discover that men who participated in varsity-level high school sports an average of 60 years earlier. According to Chelladurai (), the inconsistencies in coaches' leadership behaviors toward athletes in various sports were associated with three measures of athlete satisfaction.

These measures were: satisfaction with performance, satisfaction with leadership, and satisfaction with overall involvement. Svenja Wachsmuth, Athlete Leadership Behavior - How it relates to perceived team cohesion and players' satisfaction in elite sport teams. Master's Thesis in Sport and Exercise Psychology.

Department of Sport Science. University of Jyväskylä. 68 p. So far only little is known about athlete leadership. Instead, previous research in sports.

(). Exploring the nature of transformational leadership in sports: a phenomenological examination with female athletes. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health: Vol.

7, Cited by: 5. Leadership requires the ability to act in a way that is consistent with one’s thought process and words – kind of a walk the walk concept. The actions make it real. For example, an athlete can think work ethic and talk work ethic, but failure to demonstrate work ethic alienates potential followers.

While the number of athlete leaders in sport teams has been examined (Loughead & Hardy, ) and research has found it to be related to athlete satisfaction (Eys et al., ), cohesion (Price & Weiss, ; Vincer & Loughead, ), and collective efficacy (Price & Weiss, ), very little is known on what constitutes the ideal number of athlete leaders on a given sport team and its.

In this paper empirical research will be organized under four sections: a) Coaching leadership style b) Leadership theories c) Sport specific Approaches to leadership and d) Athletes satisfaction. This study concentrates on coaching leadership style and athletes satisfaction in order to understand effective coaching leadership style to coaches.

satisfaction [21] and psychological needs and -being well (22). One of the variables discussed in studies of the athlete-coach relationship is the motivational climate created by the coach and s. ome studies have highlighted that perceptions of the quality of the coach athlete - relationship may influence athletes' motivational dispositions (23).File Size: KB.

a leadership scale. Journal of Sport Psychology, 2, Purpose: The development of the Leadership Scale for Sport (LSS) was for a range of purposes. The Multidimensional Model of Sport Leadership was developed by Chelladurai & Saleh () to determine if certain leadership theories were applicable to the sporting Size: KB.

Leadership roles change when you are an athlete, believes basketball player Shelby Brown. “Leadership is intensified when you are an athlete,” said Brown. "It pushes you to grow even further not just in your role as a student but as an athlete, being a leader gets you out of your comfort zone, it has made me want to be more real with people.”Author: Catherine Agati.

As the use of teams has increased in organizations, research has begun to focus on the role of leadership in fostering team success. This review sought to summarize this literature and advance research and theory by focusing on leadership processes within a team and describing how team leadership can arise from four distinct sources inside and outside a by:.

1. ATHLETE SATISFACTION AND THE PEAK EVENT: ADAPTING THE ATHLETE SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE (ASQ) TO A NEW ZEALAND SETTING. A thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the. requirements for the degree of. Doctor of Philosophy.

School of Management. College of BusinessFile Size: 2MB.The youth sport psychology consultation triangle used in youth sport focuses on the dynamics between the parent, coach, and sport practitioner as it concerns the athlete. (Blom, Visek, & Harris,see Figure 1). Blom and colleagues () developed this model based on child athlete clients who were years old.

It provided guidelines andAuthor: LaShell West.The relationship between coaches leadership styles & player satisfaction in women skate championship In the field of coaches' behavior in sport teams, Chelladurai () announced sport multidimensional model; according to this model coaches' behavior is influenced by three main factors, circumstance properties (like team condition), leader Cited by: