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Personal Fitness 20/30. Leadership in Recreation & Sport REC 2060/CCS 3050 (Supporting Positive Behavior). Leadership Qualities & Styles. Ascribed Leadership vs Attained Leadership Ascribed Leadership Gained by status Examples include Professional Athletes, Movie Stars & Musicians

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Personal fitness 20 30

Personal Fitness 20/30

Leadership in Recreation & Sport

REC 2060/CCS 3050 (Supporting Positive Behavior)


Leadership qualities styles

Leadership Qualities & Styles

  • Ascribed Leadership vs Attained Leadership

    • Ascribed Leadership

      • Gained by status

      • Examples include Professional Athletes, Movie Stars & Musicians

        • High status in our society makes most looked up to as role models

        • How many live up to the status we give them? Are they leaders?

        • In school, how many Ascribed Leaders do we have?

    • Attained Leadership

      • Gained by performance and hard work! Earned!

      • Great examples include some of the best captains off of Pro teams

  • Give one example of an Ascribed Leader and an example of an Attained Leader.

    • Why did you choose this person as an ascribed leader?

    • Why did you choose this person as an attained leader?


Formal vs informal leadership

Formal vs Informal Leadership

  • Formal Leadership

    • Chosen or Assigned leadership roles

      • Typically your captains or assistant captains

      • Typically assigned this position because they demonstrate leadership qualities

  • Informal Leadership

    • Not designated as a leader but still shows leadership

      • Anyone who leads without being a designated leader

      • Quite often lead by example

      • Anyone can be this kind of leader

      • These kinds over leaders put their teams over the top

  • Are you a Formal Leader or an Informal Leader?


Specific vs non specific leadership

Specific vs Non Specific Leadership

  • Specific Leadership

    • Demonstrates leadership only in specific situations

      • This Person is only a leader in their designated sport or situation

        • These players do not show the same leadership skills in other situations

  • Non Specific Leadership

    • Demonstrates leadership in all situations

      • This person is always a leader no matter what the situation is

  • What kind of leader are you? Why?

    • Rate yourself from 1-10

    • Explain why you rated yourself the way you did.


Leading following

Leading & Following

  • Good leading requires good following

    • Good leading is hard because you have to give of your self

    • To be a good follower you have to believe

    • Are you a good follower when you are not a leader?

      • Rate yourself out of 10 for both and explain why you did.

        “To lead people, walk beside them ... As for the best leaders, the people do not notice their existence. The next best, the people honor and praise. The next, the people fear; and the next, the people hate ... When the best leader's work is done the people say, 'We did it ourselves”Lao-tsu


Types of teammates people

Types of Teammates (People)

  • Builders vs Destroyers

    • Building is 6 times harder to do

      • It takes hard work and perseverance

      • You have to take ownership (buy in)

      • You can not be afraid to fail

        • The greatest people in the world have failed over and over but learn from each failure

        • When you fail you become an easy target to others

    • Destroying is Easy to do

      • Is it the nature of our society?

      • People are easily detached

      • Are people more worried about what someone else thinks than what they want to get done?

        Are you a builder or a destroyer? Rate yourself. Explain Why?


Are you proactive or reactive

Are you Proactive or Reactive?

  • Proactive

    • Initiates positive (Think before acting)

      • This prevents negative from occurring

      • Working from a positive perspective leads to positive

      • Does this prevent any negative from occurring?

      • How we handle Negative events defines our character.

  • Reactive

    • Reacts to negative occurrences

      • The negative has already occurred

  • What type of person are you? Rate yourself. Explain why?


Givers vs takers

Givers vs Takers

  • Givers add to the situation

    • They give unconditionally

    • Selfless and generous

    • Builder

    • Hardest to do (Society may not have this same ideal)

  • Takers reduce the situation

    • Easy to do especially when givers do so unconditionally

    • What would happen if everyone was a taker?

      What are you? Rate yourself. Explain why?

      On your Team?In the Wellness Center? In this building?


What are you

What are you?

  • Prioritizer:

    • Understands what is most important

      • Gets the most important things done

  • Procrastinator:

    • Puts off getting things done

      • Usually gets things done eventually but the work done is not always done the best (The work is typically rushed)

  • Slacker:

    • Lazy, does the bare minimum

      • Takes the path of least resistance which leads to mediocrity

  • Yes Man:

    • All talk and no action. Talk is cheap!


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What are you?

  • Assertive (Win-Win)

    • Stands up for self (Confident)

    • Considers more than just self (Generous)

    • Has great success but not at someone else expense

  • Aggressive (Win-Lose)

    • Has to win at all costs (Usually physically abusive)

    • Selfish & Self Centered

  • Passive (Lose-Win)

    • Always gives in to others

  • Passive Aggressive (Lose-Lose)

    • Always gives in to others but lashes out behind the scenes

    • Acts one way in front of everyone but is very destructive at quieter times


Identity statuses where are you

Identity Statuses (Where are you?)

  • Identity Diffusion

    • No sense of having choices

    • Has not yet nor is attempting to make a commitment

  • Identity Foreclosure

    • Willing to commit to some relevant roles, values or goals for future

    • Has not experienced an Identity Crisis

    • Tend to conform to the expectations of others regarding their future

    • Have not explored a range of options

  • Identity Moratorium

    • Currently in crisis

    • Exploring various commitments and is ready to make a choice

    • Has not made a commitment to these choices yet

  • Identity Achievement

    • Has gone through an identity crisis

    • Has made a commitment to a sense of identity


Qualities of the greatest leaders

Qualities of the Greatest Leaders

  • Integrity

  • Responsible

  • Respectful

  • Ethical

  • Perseveres

  • Personable

  • Resilient

  • Confident

  • Competitive

  • Work Ethic

  • Passionate

  • Compassionate

  • Visionary

  • Generous


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