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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
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology
Athletes completed measures of gratitude, affective trust in coach, and self-esteem at Time 1 and self-esteem at Time 2 after 6 months.
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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
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
Making Your Team Work: How Coaches Can Transform Groups into Teams