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Research contemporary leadership principles, apply principles to physical activities, and then produce a
prezi presentation
that draws conclusions about their relevance and suitability for physical activity contexts.

You will be assessed on how you: critically examine contemporary leadership principles, how you question and challenge assumptions about contemporary leadership principles, and how these are applied, to draw coherent and insightful conclusions.

Application & reflection
Take part in PA where you use leadership strategies
Video as evidence
Reflect through a blog
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Take part in class PA
Coaching of junior students
91505 PE 3.8 - Leadership
Examine contemporary leadership principles applied in physical activity contexts.

Achievement with Merit
Examine, in depth, contemporary leadership principles applied in physical activity contexts.

Achievement with Excellence
Critically examine contemporary leadership principles applied in physical activity contexts.

Think about a leader that has inspired you.
They could have been someone you have worked directly or indirectly with.

Write down:
What made them a great leader?
What inspired you about them?

What is leadership?
Is all leadership the same?
List all the types of leaders you have come across this year?
Write one word that defines them as a leaders e.g coach - motivator
Examples of leaders in your life.
Research find definitions of the following common leaderships styles:
Authoritarian, Democratic & Laissez-Faire.

Now find a character or person that fits this description. They may be fictional or real, they may be from present day or the past. Write down why you think they demonstrate this leadership style
Design a new school gym
Summary of your leadership
Copy questions & answers
Were you involved with the planning of your gymnasium?
What ideas did you offer your group?
What involvement did you have with final decisions?
What was the leadership like within your group?
Did one person take control? Did all members have a say? Did any members sit back and let others make the decisions?

Complete the Leadership Foundation
Stones Worksheet

Work with a partner to create the ultimate egg catcher.

Must only use the items given to you by the teacher to make the egg catcher.

Take an egg and drop it from a height in to your egg catcher.

The egg that survives the drop wins the chocolate!
Egg Catcher
PE 3.8 Leadership Principles
Individual voice & empowerment

Collaborative Leadership
Collaborative leadership is a process or method to guide a diverse group of people to find solutions to problems that affect them all and to encourage change.

It embraces a process in which people with differing views and perspectives come together, put aside their narrow self-interests, and discuss issues openly and supportively in an attempt to solve a larger problem or achieve a broader goal.

Notes & class activities
Please have a book/refill to record notes
Definitions & large chunks of writing will be shared
Leadership is about:
Extending people
Helping with the what & why
Encouraging others to push themselves
Enabling; not telling
Walking alongside

Why practice collaborative leadership?
Read through the sheet 'traditional leaders vs Collaborative leaders' then discuss the reasons why collaborative leadership is effective. Write down 5 ideas.

Write a paragraph about a situation this year where collaborative leadership would have been a more
effective leadership style than what was used by the leader.
Why practice collaborative leadership?
Encourages ownership of the idea/task
More involvement in implementation by all
Trust building
Access to more and better information and ideas
Community or group empowerment

When is it the right time to use collaborative
When is collaborative leadership appropriate?
When the
timing & situation
is right
When problems are
serious and complex
When there are a number of
diverse group members
, or members with
varied interests
other attempts
at solutions haven't worked
When an issue
affects a whole group

inclusiveness and empowerment are goals
of the process from the beginning

What would be any difficulties with using this style of leadership
Some of the major difficulties with collaborative leadership?
It demands the ability to face conflict directly
It may mean trying to overcome resistance to the whole idea of
collaborative leadership (some people like to be told)
It can lead to groups taking what seems to you to be the wrong path
It demands that leaders put their egos to the side

Fill out your 'Leadership Principles' definition sheet with the pro's and con's of this leadership sytle. (in your PE300 folder in GDrive)
Distributed Leaders

Distributed leadership is primarily where people within a team and organization share leadership. Differs from Collaborative Leadership in that ‘followers’ are viewed as leaders in their own right.

A distributed model of leadership is one premised upon the interactions between many leaders rather than the actions of an individual leader.
Phil Jackson - NBA Coach
11 NBA Championships as a coach
6 with MJ at Bulls 5 with Kobe at Lakers
Coach of the year Awards & NBA Hall of Famer
What made Phil Jackson so effective?
What was Phil Jackson’s coaching philosophy?
What made his coaching style so effective?
How did he view his players?
What did he do when new ‘Star’ players joined his teams? (Rodman)
What did he make his team do before the play off game?
How did this affect the team?

Follow this link and make notes on the 6 principles of distributed leadership - http://emedia.rmit.edu.au/distributedleadership/?q=node/149
Working with Juniors
In groups of 3 complete 4 lessons plans for 1025
Choose a Large ball sport
Then identify at least 2 skills within that sport that you will teach
Each lesson should build on the previous
2 x short 2x long
When filling in your sheet - think about the type of leadership strategies you will try
Thurs 21 Fri 22 May
In your group of 3 you will responsible for planning & running an activity for the class
You will now randomly choose your location:
Botanic Gardens
Lyall Bay Beach
Town Belt
Oriental Parade
Wgtn CBD
Planning your activity
You are now responsible for researching your location
Decide on the goal of your activity
You activity should last ....
Investigate any costs associated with your activity
In the past groups have run: fitness sessions, quiz nights, team building activities, scavenger hunts etc.
You will run your activity NOT take part
All group members MUST play a role in the planning & delivery of your activity.
Give examples of when Distributed
Leadership would work/ would not work
Would work (advantages)
Wouldn't work (disadvantages)
Transformational Leadership
Transformational leaders...are those who
stimulate and inspire

followers to both
achieve extraordinary outcomes
and, in the process, develop their own leadership capacity. Transformational leaders
help followers grow
and develop into leaders by responding to individual followers' needs by
them and by aligning the objectives and goals of the individual followers, the leader, the group, and the larger organization.“
Bass, B. M. & Riggio, R. E. (2008).

Transformational Leadership
Transformational leadership is based on the ability of the leader to offer a role model that inspires their followers to take greater ownership for their work.
A transformational leader understands the strengths and weaknesses of each follower and assigns tasks that enhance each individual’s performance.
There are four elements of transformational leadership: Individualized Consideration, Intellectual Stimulation, Inspirational Motivation and Idealized

Go to the following website and make notes on each of the 4 elements of transformational leadership.
Transformational Leadership clip
Watch the clip and make notes on the following:
Vision, Authenticity, Growth mindset, Creativity
Watch this clip for more information
Transactional Leadership
This theory bases leadership on a system of rewards and punishments.
Transactional leadership is often used in business; when employees are successful, they are rewarded; when they fail, they are reprimanded or punished.

Now go to this site and summarise the differences between Transformational and Transactional Leadership.
Basic Assumptions of Transactional Leadership
Situational Leadership
There is no “one size fits all” approach to leadership.

Depending on the situation, varying levels of leadership and
management are necessary.

Leaders must apply the most appropriate leadership style to fit the given situation.

Step 1. Prioritize tasks
Step 2. Are followers ready?
Step 3. Decide om the right leadership style

The four different types of situational leadership are:

Directing, Coaching, Supporting, Delegating

Which clip demonstrated;
List down the reasons why you came up with the answers you did e.g this clip demonstrated directive leadership because the character was....

Provision of Individual Empowerment
The Three Commandments
Give people space to work on their own
Give people time to think things through for themselves
Trust people to do it their way

How to empower
Boosting your Team (get to know them, quality time)
Encourage risking taking
Facilitate learning
Give direction (map, compass, rope, binoculars)
Leaders inspire, motivate


You have free reign to design your ideal school gym.

Work in groups of 4-5.
You have 30 mins to discus and draws the plans for your gym.
You can include whatever you want (be realistic) but must be able to justify why it is there.

You will present your plans to another group and they will give you a score out of 10.
Score on - originality, use of space, practicality, functionality.


Reflect on this activity using the same questions as the design your gym.

What was different about working in pairs as opposed to a large group.
There are 6 principles of collaborative leadership

-Assessing the environment for collaboration-understanding the context for change before you act. Knowing what you want to do as a group before you begin.
-Developing clarity through visioning and mobilising-defining the shared values of the group and engaging people in positive action.
-Developing trust and creating safety-creating safe places for developing shared purpose and action.
-Sharing power and influence-having input from all involved to accomplish more.
-Developing people through mentoring and coaching-being committed to the development of the group to maximize their learning experience.
-Self-reflection-understanding own leadership attributes and having ongoing reflection to improve, engaging others.
Dimensions of Distributed Leadership
Go to the site below and make notes of the 4 dimensions of distributed leadership.
-Trust, autonomy, change & collaborative leadership.

When would this leadership be appropriate? Give examples.
Fill out your pro's and con's sheet.
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