A Guide to a Healthy Player Coach Relationship
The purpose of this project was to provide information to beginning coaches and others new to leadership positions. This document contains information on the qualities a good coach should display. The idea that sports are not only important for the development of individuals but sports properly coached are important for individual’s later lives is the message of this paper. An article was written to express these ideas. It is hoped that this project and the article it contains will guild people new to leadership positions. The project and article is based on successful coach-player relationships that the author has experienced as well as literature dealing with successful relationships. This project concludes by suggesting quantitative work that can be done to validate and strengthen the content of this project.
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