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John Hegedus

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Transcript of Leadership

Team Leadership
Jay Moose Effective or Ineffective...? The Fourth Quarter The Definition Our G al: The Buzzer Beater Situation #4 Situation #2 Situation #1 Sean Payton Zinedine Zidane Sean Payton, an example of a external leader, is the head coach of the New Orleans Saints. In the State Championship, the starting linebacker and captain of the football team is ejected from the game for stomping on one of the opposing teams players. The team later lost the game by 3 points. Before final drive in the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers, Ray Lewis gathers his team in the huddle, yelling and pumping up the defense prior to the final drive of his career... A few plays later, the Ravens stopped the 49ers and won the Super Bowl. The coach of your basketball team is unimpressed with the season record. As incentive to win games, he makes the team run a sprint for every mistake made. As the players complain, the coach decides to join the players in the same sprints to add extra motivation, because he too made mistakes. There are many types of leaders, but there are
two major criteria that determine the legitimacy of a leader. A leader is internal or external, and is effective or ineffective. We hope that through this presentation, you have become familiar with the qualities that are sought out in a leader, and can determine the difference between an effective leader and an ineffective leader.

Also, we hope that you can relate the leadership in sports to all other types of leadership in the real world. As we conclude this speech, we leave you with a quote from an ancient Chinese Philosopher, which can be
found in the article “Leaders,
Honor Thy People” on
aboutleaders.com. “A leader
is best when people barely
know he exists, when
his work is done, his aim
fulfilled, they will say: we
did it ourselves.” - Lao Tzu Fourth and four on your own 20 yard line,
99 seconds left on the clock and you need a
field goal to win the game. Who can push
your team to victory when it seems
nearly impossible...? The Situation A Leader Someone whose poise does
not waver when it matters most. A
person who lives for the moment where
they can take their team to the
pinnacle, as well as someone who
always plays selflessly. Effective and
Ineffective eadership
across the sp rts
w rld. Tajh Boyd Nick Bodtorf John Hegedus Linda Harmon Comm 150 Lab
Section 17 On the last day of the year, Clemson University's quarterback, Tajh Boyd, led his team to win one of the largest bowl victories in the history of Clemson University. Tajh is a very effective leader not only on, but off the field as well. For example; last week he passed out free girl scout cookies all around campus. As the captain of the French National Soccer team, Zinedine Zidane was not the most effective leader. In the 2006 World Cup final, he received a red card in extra time, with the score tied against Italy. The reason he was given this red card was because he lost his temper and headbutted an italian defender, Marco Materazzi. After his ejection, France ended up losing the game in penalty shootouts. In his first year, he transformed the 3-13 Saints, to a playoff contender, ending the season with the first playoff berth in six years. Payton has been an effective leader, as well as an ineffective leader. Internal or External...? Is he an Effective or Ineffective leader...? Situation #3 Is he a Effective or
Ineffective leader...? Is he a Internal or
External Leader...? Is he an Internal or External leader...? On a Saturday morning practice after a huge loss, the head coach of your baseball team shows up to practice 15 minutes later than the last player. When asked why he was late he did not provide an explanation, but instead just said he was running late. Is he an effective or
Ineffective leader...? Is he a internal or
external leader...? Is he a effective or
Ineffective leader...? Is he a internal or
external leader...? The First Quarter Every team has a leader, and whether they are internal or external, they impact the way the team carries themselves on and off the field. Leaders can be found in other places as well such as; Businesses, Classrooms, Student Organizations, and many other places. A leader provides direction, guidance, and instruction to achieve the desired result: winning the game. Whether internal or external, a leader can have a profound effect on the course of the game. As an effective leader, the player can establish themselves as a person that their teammates can come to if they ever need help, and can practice what they preach. As an ineffective leader, more often than not, a player will not lead their team to victory. Instead, they represent what the team does not need to do to win. Internal v.s. External Leaders Effective vs. Ineffective Leaders Internal leaders work from within to foster growth and teamwork between players.
For Example: A Team Captain External leaders push players to do their best, giving them goals and objectives to work towards.
For Example: A Coach Effective leaders inspire players, as well as, motivate them to do their absolute best. Ineffective leaders create a negative role model and tend to not "Practice what they Preach."
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