"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part E
Comparison of psychological characteristics leadership behavior Boys and girls national taekwondo playersAuthor(s):
Present study was to investigate and compare the leadership Behavior for the set of five dimensions of leader behaviour i.e. training and instruction, Social Support, Positive Feedback autocratic behaviour democratic Behaviour, of National level Boys and girls taekwondo Players. Forty six (Boys =26, girls =20) National level taekwondo Players representing their respective Bilaspur distt. in National players national level competitions and who volunteered their participate in selected to serve ques inner as subjects for this study. The subjects were in age group of 14 to 25 years. Prepared by P. Chelladuri ques inner was used to measure the preferred leader behaviour of National level Boys and girls taekwondo Players. on five dimension of leader behaviour i.e. training and instruction, democratic behaviour, autocratic behaviour, social support and positive feedback. To assess the preferred leadership on five dimension of mean and standard deviation were computed. In order to find out the significance of differences between National level Boys and girls taekwondo athlete on the five factor s of leader behavior T-ratio was computed. The t-ratio was computed to find out the significance between National level Boys and girls taekwondo players on five dimensions of preferred leader behavior. result, It may be concluded that are National level Boys and girls taekwondo players exhibited similarity Preferences on five dimensions of leader behavior. The subjects were selected from National level Boys and girls taekwondo Players. taken part in National playersPages: 245-247 | 739 Views 12 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Yuwraj Shrivastava. Comparison of psychological characteristics leadership behavior Boys and girls national taekwondo players. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2015; 2(1): 245-247.