This unit will be offered within a study tour as part of a 5-year partnership agreement between Victoria University and the Real Madrid Graduate School/UEM. The partnership includes different activities focussed on staff and student mobility and it extends onto other courses within the College of Sport and Exercise Science. This unit will be part of a set of two units offered in a 2-week residential period.
|1.||Conceptually map leadership theory, practice and contemporary issues in a globalised football environment taking a critical perspective;|
|2.||Show evidence of enhanced personal knowledge, skills and attitudes (including cultural competence) as they relate to the effective exercise of leadership in football;|
|3.||Create a personal leadership statement and action plan that demonstrates sound critical analysis and an informed appraisal of an authentic sport leader;|
|4.||Reflect on their current level of ability to both lead and work within teams to assess and solve complex problems, motivate and inspire others and act strategically in football; and|
|5.||In collaboration with others, reflect on responsibility and accountability for conflict management and mediation.|
|Presentation||Oral Presentation aimed at implementing a leadership plan||30%|
|Assignment||Reflective Journal to craft a leadership statement and plan||70%|
Effects of coach leadership and coach-Athlete relationship on collective efficacy.
Hampson, R., & Jowett, S. (2012).
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports.
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