The coach–athlete relationship refers to all situations in which a coach and athletes feelings, thoughts, and behaviors are inter-related (Jowett and Cockerill, 2003). As dyadic coping includes interactions between two people, it is plausible that this form of coping will be related to relationship quality.
Why is the coach-athlete relationship important?
Effective and Successful Coach-Team Relationships Genuine relationships between athletes and coaches generate more trust, better communication and a winning attitude. An open line of communication helps everyone be more honest with one another, which leads to stronger training, athletic progress and personal growth.
How do you respect your coach?
Here are the traits of a good coach who is respected by the team:they are knowledgeable in their field of sport.they take full responsibility for their teams weaknesses and never place blame on anybody but themselves.they spend more time and employ more patience with the less talented athletes.More items •10 May 2011
How do coaches talk?
Coaches wear headsets to effectively talk to other coaches on the sidelines and coaches in the booth. Due to the noise factor and the large crowds that football draws, having headsets is important for coaches. Its rare to see sidelines in high school, colleges, and professional leagues without heads.