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leadership

Leadership Resource 2

LEADERSHIP

WHAT IS IT?

NZ Coach Development Framework-Leadership Learning Area

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“Effective leaders are attuned to other people's feelings and move them in a positive emotional direction. They speak authentically about their own values, direction and priorities and resonate with the emotions of surrounding people. Under the guidance of an effective leader, people feel a mutual comfort level. Resonance comes naturally to people with a high degree of emotional intelligence (self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management) but involves also intellectual aspects.”. (Goleman, Boyatzis, McKee)

www.dsr.nsw.gov.au

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leadership begins with self knowledge
“Leadership begins with self knowledge”

“Self knowledge is the basis for character…

Character is the root of integrity…

Integrity provides the foundation for leadership”.

(Lombardi, 2001, p.43)

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significant leader characteristics include
Significant leader characteristics include:
  • Ability
  • Knowledge
  • Experience
  • Personality (the most important?)

(Bennis, 1995)

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Leadership in simple terms:“understanding the vision and direction and enabling others to cooperate in achieving it”.

“Leadership is the ability to direct people - more important – to have those people accept that direction”. (Lombardi, 2001, p.31)

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leadership definition
Leadership Definition

“Leadership is about action.

It’s about enabling, not telling.

It’s about talking the talk and walking the walk

…walking alongside”.

www.qca.org.uk

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coaching is
Coaching is…
  • Motivating
  • Inspiring
  • Taking people to greater heights
  • High-level leadership
  • Working with athletes on the how and helping them figure out the what and why
  • Encouraging them to push themselves to achieve the highest possible performance

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Coaching is a form of leadership that pulls together people with diverse talents, backgrounds, experiences and interests, encourages them to step up to responsibility and continued achievement, and treats them as full scale partners and contributors.

Coaching is not about memorising techniques or devising the perfect game plan. It is about really paying attention to people – really believing them, really caring about them, really involving them.

(Peters & Austin, 1985, p. 232 )

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coach leadership qualities
Coach – Leadership Qualities
  • Vision and passion
  • Strong communication skills
  • Role model
  • Have integrity and honesty
  • Be organised
  • (Trenberth and Collins, 1994)
  • Enable direction and structure by the group
  • A clear vision
  • Charisma
  • Enable motivation and enthusiasm
  • Make a difference
  • People oriented skills
  • Skilful communicator
  • Build character
  • Empathy

(McConnell, 2000)

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empowerment
Empowerment

Much of the current way of leadership revolves around empowering the followers to self-lead. This is very important in a coach-leadership role as empowering athletes enables them to make their own decisions and self-lead during performance.

“As for the best leaders, the people do not even notice their existence. The next best people honour and praise. The next, the people fear; the next the people hate. When the best leader’s work is done the people say ‘we did it ourselves’ ”.

(Lao-Tzu in Morris, Willcocks and Knasel, 2000, p 124)

NZ Coach Development Framework-Leadership Learning Area

coach leadership
Coach Leadership

Coaches must be leaders and build leaders.

To build leaders the coach has to enable athlete independence so they can perform with freedom and autonomy to make informed decisions without the coach around. (Hinkson, 2000)

Does sharing power decrease or enhance team control for the coach?

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because coaches are responsible for enabling athletes to learn coaching is a complex process
Because coaches are responsible for enabling athletes to learn, coaching is a complex process.

Like other learners, athletes develop understanding and learn more effectively when they are involved in solving problems for themselves.

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primary role of the coach leader
Primary Role of the Coach-Leader
  • Provide an environment that allows for satisfaction for all participants
  • Empower athletes to accept personal responsibility and have ownership for their learning and performances
  • Constantly seek to improve in knowledge, in application and in approach
  • Focus on people.

Is there a better way?

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the coach leadership role
The Coach-Leadership Role

“A good coach is not necessarily a winner but a person

who is a good teacher…

who doesn’t abuse his or her players…

who gets the most from the players and

who works within the framework of the rules”.

Dan Devine

www.stjohns.sa.edu.au

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“Coaches directly influence athletes by guiding and enabling learning - the heart of the coaching process- and ensuring a safe learning environment”.

www.vogelmorntennis.wellington.net.nz

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what are the key ingredients to be a successful leader
What are the key ingredients to be a successful leader?
  • Create and practise values
  • Develop committed followers
  • Inspire lofty accomplishments
  • Model appropriate behaviour
  • Focus attention on important issues
  • Connect the group to the outside world

(Lee & King, 2001)

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what is successful coach leadership
What is Successful Coach-Leadership?

The primary goal is to get the most out of the players and to help them be the best they can be:

  • Enable them to learn the skills of the game
  • Enable them to learn how to play within the team concept
  • Enable them to learn how to make good decisions
  • Enable them to learn not to be afraid to fail
  • Enable them to learn character values
  • Enable them to learn how to be successful athletes and people

(Adapted from Hinkson, 2001)

Winning is a goal, but not the only goal.

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the lombardi leadership model 2001
The Lombardi Leadership Model (2001)

(Lombardi, 2001)

Habit

Character

Belief

Sacrifice

Courage

Responsibility

Mental Toughness

Hard work

Discipline

Willpower

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references
References

Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R., McKee, A. (2002) Primal Leadership, Harvard Business School.

Gray, R. (2004). How people work and how you can help them to give their best. Great Britain: Pearson Education Limited.

Griffin, L.L. & Butler, J.I. (2005). Teaching games for understanding: Theory, research, and practice. Champaign: Human Kinetics.

Hinkson, J. (2001). The art of team coaching. Canada: Warwick Publishing Inc.

Lombardi, V. Jr. (2001). What it takes to be #1: Vince Lombardi on leadership. New York: McGraw-Hill.

McConnell, R. (2000). The successful coach: A practical guide for beginners and experts. Auckland: Harper Collins Publishers.

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References

Peters, A.L. & Austin, S.J. (1985) A Passion for Excellence- the Leadership DifferencePyke, Frank S. (1997). Better coaching: Advanced coach’s manual. Australia: Australia Coaching Inc.

Trenberth, L. & Collins, C. (1999). Sport business management in New Zealand. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press Limited

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