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Coach-Athlete Relationship Presentation

  1. 1. Patrick O’Keeffe
  2. 2.  Development Maintenance Importance www.tonyrobbins.com
  3. 3.  Perceptions Behaviour Attitude Respect Coaching Method Motivation oldboys.ccgs.wa.edu.au
  4. 4. A coaches progression from coach, to mentor.“We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill
  5. 5.  Closeness Commitment Complementarity
  6. 6. Closeness
  7. 7. Commitment
  8. 8. Complementarity
  9. 9.  Team cohesion (Jowett 2004) Team motivation leading into team performance Coaches considering opinions and feelings of athletes have the best relationships. (Salminien (1996) CARE
  10. 10.  The parents role Values Relationship growth A journey
  11. 11. Communication
  12. 12.  Positive feedback loop 3 key psychological and physical needs (Mageau 2003)
  13. 13. Structure instilled by the coachCoach’s Athletespersonal perception oforientation competence Coaches Athletes intrinsicCoaching Athletes autonomy and selfcontext perception supportive determined of autonmoy behaviours extrinsic motivationPerceptions of Athletesathletes perceptionbehaviours and ofmotivation relatedness Coaches involvement Mageau, 2003 Adaptation of Vallerand et al 1987 Motivational Model
  14. 14. “It’s what you learn, after youknow it all, that counts”- John Wooden, Basketball
  15. 15. joshbersin.com
  16. 16.  Mageau & Vallerand Journal of Sport Sciences 2003 Vol 21: 883-904 The Coach-athlete Relationship: A Motivational Model Salminen & Liukkonen International Journal of Sport Psychology 1996, Vol 27(1): 59-67 Coach-athlete relationship and coaching behaviour in training sessions Jowett. S, Chaundy. V. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 2004 Vol 8 (4): 302-311 An investigation into the impact of coach leadership and coach-athlete relationship on group cohesion Jowett. S, Timson-Katchis. M Sport Psychologist Sep 2005 Vol 19 (3): 267 Social Networks in Sport: parental influence on Coach-athlete relationship Lafreniere. M, Jowett. S, Vallerand. J, Donahue. E, Lorimer. R. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 2008, 30, 541-560 Passion in Sport: On the Quality of the Coach–Athlete Relationship Olympiou. A, Jowett. S, Duda. J. Sport Psychologist Dec 2008, Vol. 22 (4), p423- 439. The Psychological Interface Between the Coach-Created Motivational Climate and the Coach-Athlete Relationship in Team Sports. Jowett. S, Ntoumanis. N, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports Aug 2004: Vol. 14 (4): 245-257 The Coach-Athlete Relationship Questionnaire (CART-Q): development and initial validation.

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