Coaching 6-8

Coaches are least proficient at
listening
Hostile gestures, facial expressions, intimating movements are examples of which dimensions of communication
Nonverbal
Communication is challenge why?
stress, and outcome is important
Coaching style: aggressive and intimidating
Command
Coaching style: allowing other to dominate the conversation and avoiding confrontation and conflict
Submissive
Coaching style: being straightforward and positive, encouraging other to do the same
Cooperative
Manner in which is said can change the meaning entirely. True or False
True
Communication skill involve the degree that athletes trust what is said
Credibility
Communication skill involves emphasizing praise and reward to strengthen desirable behaviors
positive communication
Communication skill involves addresses knowing when to give error and identification and error correction information
messages high in information
Communication skill involves a coache nerver showing any emotion
nonverbal
Communication skill that addresses keeping your word
consistent
BLANK percent of al communication your word
70%
Coaches should educate athletes about appropriate and responsible use of social media as well as the potential dangers of inappropriate. TRUE OR FALSE
True
Basic principle of motivation
success is mentally not defined by winning
Two important needs of most athletes
fun and feel worthy
Coaches should guide athletes to view success in terms winning or losing rather than achieving their goals. TRUE OR FALSE
False
Example of intrinsic motivation
Performance satisfaction
Feeling component and having fun are examples of extrinsic rewards.TRUE OR FALSE
False
One major problem with extrinsic rewards is that they lose their value over time, resulting in decreased motivation.TRUE OR FALSE
True
Rewards are self-sustaining and coaches do not have to provide them to the athletes
Intrinsic
Optimal activation levels vary from athlete to athlete.TRUE OR FALSE
True
Stressful and demanding situations lead
High activation levels
– oriented athletes view losing as a consequence of their ability resulting in higher motivation to demonstrate successful ability
success
-oriented athletes attribute failure to their lack of ability and give themselves little,if any, credit to success
failure
Caused by the athlete’s uncertainty about meeting demands they deem as important
Anxiety
A mistake occurs when the athlete does not know the appropriate behavior to exhibit in a specific situation.TRUE OR FALSE
true
A key to positive discipline is knowing when athletes need instruction and why they need to be corrected.TRUE OR FALSE
true
Coaching style associated with positive discipline approach
cooperative
Two types of positive discipline
corrective and preventative
Five reasons to hold team meeting
information
problem solving
appreciation
consequences
character issues
Team routines provide direction so athletes know what to do.TRUE OR FALSE
True
Athletes are less likely to misbehave when practices are exciting and fun.TRUE OR FALSE
True
Coaches can use extrinsic rewards to increase intrinsic motivation.TRUE OR FALSE
false
Reward appropriate athlete behavior as closely as possible to the behavior’s occurrenceTRUE OR FALSE
true
The goal of corrective discipline is to help athletes develop the self-discipline appropriate responses to their own.TRUE OR FALSE
true
3 Steps for correcting misbehavior
violation of law turn to authorities
minor offense request change
broke team rule proper appropriate consequence
six steps to defend against discipline problems
right team culture hold team meetings develop team rules team routines conduct exciting produces catch them doing good things

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