Transformational Leadership and Followers’ Objective Performance Over Time: Insights From German Basketball – Journal of Applied Sport Psychology – Volume 28, Issue 3

Journal of Applied Sport PsychologyVolume 28, Issue 3, 2016 Transformational Leadership and Followers’ Objective Performance Over Time: Insights From German BasketballResearch NotesTransformational Leadership and Followers’ Objective Performance Over Time: Insights From German BasketballFull text HTMLPDFFree accessDOI: 10.1080/10413200.2015.1133725Kai C. Bormanna* & Jens Rowoldapages 367-373

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When Trust in the Leader Matters: The Moderated-Mediation Model of Team Performance and Trust – Journal of Applied Sport Psychology –

This study contributes to the sport and team literature by exploring the conditions in which trust in a leader translates into trust in a team and subsequent team performance

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An integrative analysis of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in sport – Journal of Applied Sport Psychology – Volume 11, Issue 1

The purpose of this paper is to propose a motivational sequence that integrates much of the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation literature in sport. The proposed motivational sequence: “Social Factors → Psychological Mediators → Types of Motivation

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Making Your Team Work: How Coaches Can Transform Groups into Teams

Accurate, Shared Mental Models. As a coach, one of the ways that teams can work effectively is have a shared sense of what is to come (a mental model). Understanding, as a group, what to expect and how the team can respond develops this sense of teamwork. Coaches can foster this mental modeling by practicing different competition scenarios, discussing logistics of an event, and providing as much accurate information about upcoming opponents as possible. Through this preparation the team develops this shared mental model.

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