Webinar: "Factors Related to Preferences of Female Collegiate Volleyball Players' Coaching Style" - Brooke Turner (Recording Only)

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by Brooke Turner, Head Volleyball Coach, Washington and Jefferson College

This webinar discusses the coaching style preferences of Division II and III female collegiate volleyball athletes. Several factors were analyzed to determine whether or not they had an effect on the athlete’s coaching style preference. Five hundred and nine female student-athletes from 41 colleges/universities (the largest survey conducted to date using NCAA athletes to determine leadership preferences) expressed their preferences using the Revised Leadership Scale for Sport (RLSS) (Zhang, Jensen, & Mann, 1997). The preference version of the RLSS included six behavior dimensions: autocratic, democratic, positive feedback, situational consideration, social support, and training and instruction behaviors. The study also addresses whether gender of the coach, athlete’s gender preference of the coach, division of the university, athlete’s year in school, and/or an athlete’s scholarship status affected the coaching style preference. In addition, the volleyball athlete’s preference of the coach’s gender was also determined.