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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part G

Development theoretical and conceptual model of athletes competence with a focusing particularly on behavior - Personality factors effective for novice athletes success


Author(s): Hadi Kajbafnezhad

Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to develop a competency theoretical model with focusing on the effective factors over success. Competency play a central role in promoting sport success and enhancing the performance of athletes and teams. Competency theoretical model a three - criterion model that is based on the physical, technical, behavior – personality and knowledge criteria. Lifelong success has several important components these components are positive habits and action that athletes can applying into your sport life. Identifying the key competencies would be more beneficial in competency research. The purposes of the current study are first the study introduces behavioral personality characteristics as a talent dimension for identifying of competencies in sport organizations. Second, the study attempts to determine key competencies needed for athletic directors. The third purpose of this study is to propose a Competency model that is applicable to athletic directors.

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Hadi Kajbafnezhad. Development theoretical and conceptual model of athletes competence with a focusing particularly on behavior - Personality factors effective for novice athletes success. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(2): 373-375.
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