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  • COACHING ETHICS PRESENTATION Emily Vizzini
  • INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES  Intro  Coaching Ethics Definition  Ethical Dilemma Description  Teaching Methods/Evaluation  Ethical Dilemma Example  Factor and Issues  Possible Solutions/Compromises  Activity/Workshop  Self-Reflection  Connect to Coaching Philosophy  Conclusion  Review  Bring Full Circle
  • COACHING ETHICS DEFINITION  Unwritten rules, values, and moral obligations  Integrity of the Players  True spirit and Sub-culture  Have to be Taught  Lead by Example  Self Discipline  Teachable Moments  Need Ethical Standards  True Values and Lessons (Hefty 2014) (Sabock 9) (Sport Rant Man 2014) View slide
  • MY CODE OF ETHICS  A coach must be conscious of the fact that he or she is a role model and anything they do can have a direct impact on any athlete in sport and in life (NFHS).  Coach will portray a respectful attitude towards players, coaches, officials, parents, and opponents to promote a positive and respectful atmosphere for athletes (Hefty 2014).  Coach shall build trust within the team by promoting cooperation, structure, and fairness to create stability among all team members (Hefty 2014).  Coach will teach appropriate gamesmanship and sportsmanship behaviors to all athletes to ensure that the spirit and culture of the game is upheld before, during, and after competition (Sabock, 3-4).  Coach will preach the importance of showing character during a competitive event in any all situations, especially when it comes to winning and losing (Sabock, 4).  Coach will be well versed in all the rules of the game and be prepared for events, practice or competition, in order to properly pass on the knowledge to his or her athletes (NFHS).  Coach will influence players to adopt a positive work ethic that can be applied not only within sport, but within their daily lives (Hefty 2014). View slide
  • WHAT IS AN ETHICAL DILEMMA?  Situation where there is no right or wrong answer  Grey Area  Relevance to Sport?  Code of Ethics  Coaching Philosophy  Teachable Moments  Real Reasons (Hefty 2014) (Sabock, 9) (Zachry Department of Civil Engineering 2014)
  • SPORT ETHICAL DILEMMA EXAMPLE  Sports Medicine Dilemma  Who decides if Athlete Continues to Play  Health Professional?  Athlete?  Coach ?  Parent?  Dilemma  Responsibilities  Regulations  Freedom  Rights (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014) (Clark 2007)
  • SPORT ETHICAL DILEMMA EXAMPLE  Sports Medicine Dilemma  No Universal Code of Ethics  Situational Factors  Task Difficulty  Importance of Event  Safety  Personal Preference  Athletes decision  Knowledge Based  Who knows best? (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014) (Bioeth 2013)
  • SOLUTIONS AND COMPROMISES  Follow Own Code of Ethics  Identify Dilemma  Right and Wrong  Recognize Situation  Long Term  Best Interest for Who?  Possible Solutions  Preferred Solution  Alternative Solution  Compromise (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014) (The Associated Press 2012)
  • WORK SHOP-REFLECTIVE EXERCISE  Given Ethical Dilemma  Semi-pro athlete suffers a serious concussion that the medical staff thinks could cause long term damage if the athlete continues to compete. The time taken to recover could permanently compromise the athletes chances of ever moving up to the pro league, so the athlete is insistent on continuing to compete no matter the consequences. As a coach, what is the best solution for this Ethical Sport Dilemma?  Choose a Preferred Solution  Choose Alternative Solution  Why Preferred Solution is Best  What you learned from this process? (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014) (Bioeth 2013)
  • DEVELOPMENT OF FINDINGS AND SELF- REFLECTION  Preferred Solution  Keep Athlete out of Competition  Knowledge of Situation  Health Factors  Legal Factors  Ethical Standards – Trust  Alternative Solution  Let Athlete Compete  Freedom  Rights  Ethical Standards- Respect  Why Preferred Solution?  Knowledge  Long Term (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014) (Bioeth 2013)
  • INDIVIDUAL VIEWPOINT  There is NO Right Answer!  Fact of Ethical Dilemmas  Means there are Ethics in Sport and Life  Steps to Take 1. Identify Dilemma • Ethical Decision 2. Remember Meaning of Ethics in Sport • Lessons, Values, Teachable moments 3. Your Code of Ethics • Find a Compromise (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014)
  • CONCLUSION  Review  Ethics in Sport  Ethical Dilemma  Sports Medicine Dilemma  Concussion Example  Coach Application  Ethics and Philosophy is Key  Self-Management  Role-Model  Team Management  Self-Discipline  Leadership  Privilege and Responsibility  Huge Impact (Hefty 2014) (Kretchmar 2014)
  • REFERENCES  Bioeth J. A. (2013). Sports medicine and ethics. The American Journal of Bioethics:AJOB. Retrieved May 29, 2014 from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3899648/  Clark R. (2007) CSU-Pueblo Athletic Training. Colorado State University-Peiblo:ThunderWolves. Retrieved May 29, 2014 from http://www.gothunderwolves.com/information/athtraining  Hefty, P. (2014). Leadership and Ethics. [ Power Point slides]. Retrieved from https://cms.psu.edu/  Kretchmar, R. S. (2014). Practical philosophy of sport and physical activity. Personal Collection of R. Scott Kretchmar, Penn State University, State College Pennsylvania.  Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). (n.d.). Official's code of ethics. Retrieved May 17, 2014 from http://www.nfhs.org/content.aspx?id=3991  Sabock, Michael D., Ralph J. Sabock. (2011). Coaching: a realistic perspective. 10th ed. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Print.  Sport Rant Man. (2014). Compassion, humility, sportsmanship: These are what we should emphasize. rantme@sportrantman.com. Retrieved May 29, 2014 from http://www.sportrantman.com/2014/01/29/compasion-humility-sportsmanship-these-are-what-we- should-emphasize/  The Associated Press. (2012). Gov’t rejects no-handshake tip for UK Olympians. CBSNEWS. Retrieved May 29, 2014 from http://libguides.scf.edu/content.php?pid=107184&sid=1354168  Zachry Department of Civil Engineering (2014). Introducing ethics case studies into required undergraduate engineering course. Texas A&M University in College State Station. Received May 29, 2014 from http://ethics.tamu.edu/