Yet, if their current lineup gives them different strengths, they may flex their system or make adjustments to best take advantage of the current talent. Non-basketball leaders must do the same thing – focus on your core philosophy, yet be flexible in implementation based on the circumstances and talent on your team.”( Kevin Eikenberr). Seven Leadership Lessons from Great Basketball Coaches. After reading both of these cases I find that the leadership perspectives were congruent in influencing each of their style of leadership was very significant. Both men had different upbringings which drove them to succeed, one authoritarian and the other pride in oneself.
In my personal life my strengths will help me tremendously. Adaptability could help me in future jobs or relationships. Communication and woo will help to have better relations with people who enter my life and to keep them there. I also like to always think positive. Thinking in positive ways not only makes me feel better about situations, but I know it also helps other people dealing with the situation too.
His confidence and all-around great ability cause him to be a good leader by example. He puts in a ton of work and can make his team better by improving their work habits. However, Kobe has long been credited for being a little to isolated and held back to be a true leader. He allegedly was the main cause of the break up of the best duo in basketball, him and Shaq. Still, as a leader he makes his team work harder.
Education was also a big factor resulting in limited progress of improving the status of African-Americans because they consistently received a lower standard of education. As mentioned earlier this was a result of the Separate But Equal doctrine of Plessy v. Ferguson and Cunningham v. The Board of Education. Although, clearly stated in the doctrine it was far from equal, the white schools received more funding, better teachers and superior facilities than the schools for black children. This limited the status of African-Americans as they were never taught to the standard that was acceptable to go to university meaning that they could not go on to get a career in a highly skilled job. However, Sweet v. Painter in 1950 demonstrated that Separate But Equal was not being applied correctly but it was not until Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka in 1954 that
CU1522 – Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care 1. Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained. It is very important to build positive relationships with children as it benefits both the children and us as practitioners, and is like a continuous circle. The better the relationship between a child and their key person, the more a child can flourish and develop. The benefits include: • Children taking part in activities and joining in with play as they feel secure and happy.
Play time can also become a family experience which serves to bond family members together and allow adult members an opportunity to model healthy exercise habits for children. Exercise also helps young children develop a healthy self-image and positive self-esteem as they take pride in their physical accomplishments. The exhilaration that comes with running, laughing, and playing can also boost a child's mood. This leads to one of the most important reasons kids should play outside: its fun! When children do exercise it can benefit from regular exercise because if they are active they will have stronger muscles and bones.
It may also help gain more social skills by going to a new social group which will have a positive outcome in education and employment because many interviewees look for people who have a lot of confidence who are independent and have good social skills. A guidance that could support positive working practices is 'Improving Life Chances Of Disabled People-White Paper' because it puts action programmes in place to give disable individuals more opportunities such as employment and education, this is done by enabling them to do things for themselves such as attending job interviews which promotes independence. This can improve the outcome for individuals whom are disabled because it gives them a larger opportunity to live independently which then leads to them having more opportunities in their life. A positive working practice which can improve the outcome for individuals with additional needs can be putting something in place to enable them to do something for example, an individual who has dementia wants to go out on a day trip so the professionals within the service plan to join in order to keep the residents safe and may also take them on dates and holidays to make their lives seem more normal to
The differences that Youth services have made in my life are going to help me in the community and make a difference in the future. I have developed skills that should benefit me in college and in life. I am smart, so I know I can make the right decisions. I am mature, so I know I can manage my own things. I am reliable, so I know I will try my hardest not to disappoint my fellow classmates and teachers.
Once this reluctance is overcome our society will improve dramatically. It is a proven truth that the betterment and improvement of any social system depends upon the depth of the relationship which its individuals enjoy. Moreover, educating students about diverse cultures can help them understand their own culture in a better manner. Contrasting their own trends and ideas with others, is a very good way of understanding that what is better and why. The juvenile minds will not only learn about other cultures, but will also get closer to their own culture.
The focus will be to train them in basketball. This will be a time for them to escape from their uncomfortable and dangerous environment and have them channel their energy into positive outlets. They will participate in other youth camps for the title of Youth Team of The Year. This will help them gain a sense of team work, and a sense of comradeship. In all these are my ambitions and my life goals.