Presentation on theme: "PERSONAL FITNESS 20 Sport Psychology 2 REC 2050. Confidence/Belief & Performance Factors that detract Personal Factors experienced by an individual."— Presentation transcript:
Confidence/Belief & Performance Factors that detract Personal Factors experienced by an individual that are not common to others Examples may include: Family, Work & School Friends, peers & teammates How do Friends detract from Confidence & Belief? How do Peers detract from Confidence & Belief? What is the difference between peers & friends? How do Teammates detract from Confidence & Belief? In your Journal: Provide one example of how a friend detracted from your confidence or belief. Provide one example of how a peer detracted from your confidence or belief. Provide one example of how a teammate/classmate detracted from your confidence or belief.
Confidence/Belief & Performance Factors that build Personal Factors experienced by an individual that are not common to others Examples may include: Family, Work & School Friends, peers & teammates How do Friends build your Confidence & Belief? How do Peers build your Confidence & Belief? How do Teammates build your Confidence & Belief? In your Journal: Provide one example of how a friend built up your confidence or belief. Provide one example of how a peer built up your confidence or belief. Provide one example of how a teammate/classmate built up your confidence or belief.
Confidence/Belief & Performance How do you get people on your team to believe? Toolbox Item #1, write down 2 things you could do to get your team to believe How do you build confidence in your teammates? Toolbox Item #2, write down two things you could do to build a teammates confidence
Team Dynamics Common Questions: Who are we together? Why should we be a team? Why are you doing this? What if we aren’t alike?Are you all alike? Whom do we trust? Where are we going?What is the team’s vision? What is our path?How will we get to it? What lies ahead?What is in the way? How can we support each other?
Each Team Should Define personal principles with organizational vision Clarify roles & responsibilities Clear performance goals Understand value of a team Sense of interdependence Hold each other accountable
5 Dysfunctions of a Team Inattention to RESULTS Avoidance of ACCOUNTABILITY Lack of COMMITMENT Fear of CONFLICT Absence of TRUST
Phases of Team Development Forming Setting up what your team will be like Storming Trying ideas you have set up for your team Adjusting ideas you have set up Norming All of your ideas become the “Norm” Performing Your team just does what you have established
Positive & Negative Rivalries within Positive Rivalries build up the Team Concept Builds competition which elevates level of play Raises individual skill level Creates a fun atmosphere Friendly competitions between teammates create a positive social environment Negative Rivalries destroy teams from within Negativity breeds negativity Aggressive personality types are win-lose There is always a loser Create reactions that divide your team (sides are taken)
Journal and Toolbox Items Journal Entry, Give a personal example of a positive rivalry What was the effect on your team? Give a personal example of a negative rivalry What was the effect on your team? Give 3 other personal examples of behaviors that help build teams Give 3 other personal examples of behaviors that detract from teams Toolbox Item #3 What are 3 things you could do to build your team,
Impact of Emotions on Sport/Class Emotions play a large part in individual and team success (In sport, in school and in life) Emotions can have a positive or negative impact on the team and your class Playing with and using emotion can be beneficial to the individual and the team Emotions that are out of control can have catastrophic results for the individual and the team The key is emotional control The Question is how do you get your emotions under control
Journal & Toolbox Entries Journal Entry, Provide one personal example where emotion had a positive impact on the situation on your team or in a class Provide one personal example where emotion had a negative impact on the situation on your team or in a class Toolbox Item #4 Write down 2 things you could do to control your emotions during a game, in class or in your personal life
Sports and your Identity James Marcia’s Identity Status Theory Identity Diffusion -No identity, floats around with no purpose Identity Foreclosure-Identifies with a variety of different identities but none is their own Identity Moratorium-Crisis forces a personal choice to be made Identity Achievement -Stands by personal choice, lives it Different components used to form Self Concept Roles-What is your role within the team/class/peer group ? Values-From: Family, Team, Friends, Peers and Society Interests and Activities-What are you involved in? Skills and Abilities-Influence what you get involved in & what your status is within what you are involved in Key Relationships-Shape your beliefs and thus your self concept Life Experiences-Accomplishments & Setbacks shape who we are
Journal Entries In your Journal Write down a role model you have in your life and what their impact has been. What are 3 values that are important to you that help shape your identity Where did you acquire these values Give one example of a life experience accomplishment that has helped shape who you are Give one example of a life experience setback that has helped shape who you are What are 2 things you do to improve your self awareness? What is self awareness? What do we do in class to work on it?
Toolbox Entries #4 & #5 Recommend 2 sport & life strategies you could use to build self concept List 2 things you can do to deal with your peer’s perception of your performance Think about how much your peer’s perception of you affects your performance Have you ever not put everything on the line during a game? Why do athletes hold back when failure is eminent?
Role of Perspective on Sport Performance Components of Perspective Value System What personal qualities are important? Life Priorities What is most important to you? Sport Friends & or Peers Family School Unconditional support network Who is available to support you in your efforts?
Journal Entries Answer the following questions in your Journal Who is available as a support network for you? List your priorities in order from most important to least important Family, Friends, Peers, School, Sport, other What values that you have are most important to you? What values define who you are as a person?
Toolbox Item #6 Assess a peer’s ability to keep sport performance in perspective Interview a peer in class and record their responses to the following questions: What values are most important to you? Who helped you form these values? What are your priorities in life? Family, Friends, Peers, Sports, Other Who is available to support you in your life? Evaluate your peer’s perspective on sport.