Of DuBois and Washington, whose ideas about education and upliftment of Blacks are you most likely to lean toward? Discuss the reasons for your choice.
he article focuses on the importance of a coaches behavior and the impact their behavior has on their players. The Multidimensional Model of Leadership alludes that the leaders behavior can influence group performance and member satisfaction. A certain way a coach presents him or herself to their players can have control on how the players will receive the information. The article talks about research that researches completed on 148 collegiate tennis players around the country but their findings were inconclusive. Researchers proceeded with the data that they knew and proceeded the research with DI, DII, and DIII coaches and their players. The total coaching tally was 1025 people which received surveys to complete to answer questions about their relationship with their coaches. The data showed different categories of people that responded more often and how many answered a certain way. The research found that preferred and perceived behavior from coaches impacted satisfaction and individual performance, personal treatment, team performance, and training and instruction. In addition, the study found that preferred, perceived training and instruction behavior predicted satisfaction with personal treatment. Analysis: The article was very interesting and I enjoyed learning about the impact collegiate tennis players thought that coaches had an affect on them. The studies were interesting and supported the fact that coaches have more of an impact on their players mental wellness and athletic ability than they know. Not only does this affect tennis players but it also affects every athlete that plays a sport with a coach. A critique that I have would be that it would be interesting if they did a article on the affect the multidimensional theory has on in the workplace because the leadership aspect affect the workforce the same amount if not more than those in athletics. Cited: Andrew, D. P. S. (2009). The impact of leadership behavior on satisfaction of college tennis players: A test of the leadership behavior congruency hypothesis of the multidimensional model of leadership. Journal of Sport Behavior, 32(3), 261-277. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/215875034?accountid=100 Key Words: Performance, Satisfaction, Collegiate Tennis Players, Preferred, Perceived behavior>GET ANSWER