Psycho-pedagogical alternative to strengthen management skills in EIDE basketball coaches rafael freyre de guantanamo
Keywords:basketball, coach, managerial skills, psycho-pedagogical, team management
Due to the high level of competition achieved by contemporary sport increasing demands have placed on coaches, urging them to be more competent and effective in their duties. Carrying out a sports training is not just doing what you technically and tactically like to do, it would mean working under ignorance and consequently with the coming shortcomings. This implies that the directors of sports teams have a broad knowledge, in addition to the characteristics of the groups and athletes, also of being able to organize and direct their relevant actions to the integral preparation of the athlete. Therefore, the objective is to assess the theoretical foundations that support the team management process and managerial skills in coaches. For this, the study has based on authors who have addressed the issue of management skills and team management.
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