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  1. sports coach UK Development Workshop Positive Behaviour Management in Sport Managing Behaviour in Sport Title Slide

  2. Workshop Outcomes By the end of this workshop, you should be able to: • identify good coaching practice that supports positive behaviour • identify the range of challenging behaviours coaches need to deal with • recognise personal values and attitudes towards behaviour and discipline • explore reasons for positive and challenging behaviours • identify strategies for managing behaviour • develop techniques for self-management, including steps to take in difficult situations. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 1

  3. Ground Rules • Anonymity – when giving examples • Confidentiality – of information that is shared • Respecting others’ contributions • Respecting the right to be heard • Challenging comments in a positive way Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 2

  4. Categories of Unwanted Behaviour Behaviour that directly challenges/threatens the coach Developmental behaviours (emotional, social learning, lack of understanding) Irritating behaviour Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 3

  5. Tips for Positive Behaviour Management • Give clear instructions, so participants know what to do. • Ensure tasks provide the correct amount of difficulty, ie not too hard or lacking challenge. • Keep activities moving forward at an appropriate pace. • Make activities imaginative and realistic. • Add variety. • Make sure you plan, particularly transitions. • Ensure participants are aware of what is expected of them. • Pay particular attention to these things at certain times (eg at the end of the week, the end of a long day, stressful times). Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 4

  6. Behaviour and Personal Values • Behaviour is in the eye of the beholder. • Some form of disruption is normal from young people. • Some behaviours are accidental or developmental. • Some are sheer exuberance that coaches find challenging. • Behaviour laid out as a ‘challenge’ by young people is rare. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 5

  7. Explanations for Challenging Behaviour (Made by Leaders) • 66% attributed to home life • 30% attributed to the child • 4% attributed to leadership Porter, L. (2007) Behaviour in Schools. Buckingham: Open University Press. ISBN: 978-0-335220-01-4. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 6

  8. Explanations for Challenging Behaviour (Made by Young People) • Boredom • Picking on young person • Rudeness • Shouting • Not listening • Not noticing good work • Unfairly blaming young person • Being too lenient or too harsh • Not setting realistic or relevant challenges Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 7

  9. Common Responses to Behaviours? • Young people chatted and did not listen to instructions. • A young person opted not to take part in a session without explanation. • A group of young people disrupted the session. • A young person showed dissent to another adult. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 8

  10. Young People: • have different motives and are motivated in different ways • experience life in different ways • have different access to resources • have different educational needs • take on different responsibilities in life and sport • have different personalities. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 9

  11. Fun, Enjoyment, Making Friends Self- discipline Achievement Motivation Decision Making Healthy Lifestyle Benefits of Sport to Young People Self-worth New Skills, Challenges Trust Teamwork Confidence Commitment Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 10

  12. Codes of Practice/Rules of Engagement should: • be owned by groups and individuals • be relevant to specific groups and individuals • help people to understand the rights of everyone • help people to see the relevance of rules • help to identify session routines • help people to identify their responsibilities. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 11

  13. Effective Use of Praise • Make it personal – use names. • Make it specific – link it to the changed behaviour. • Be genuine – don’t use superlatives. • Avoid ‘junk’ praise (eg ‘brilliant’, ‘excellent’, ‘fantastic’). • Use proximity praise to encourage others. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 12

  14. Using Positive Language Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 13

  15. Giving Effective Instructions • Gain the attention of the whole group (name/whistle/clap, etc). • Give a clear and brief sentence. • Pause. • Check for understanding/repeat. • Get the group active quickly (within 90 seconds if possible). Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 14

  16. Escalation of Conflict • Increase in exposed emotion • Young person feels threatened • Conflict with coach is seen as a ‘contest’ • Coach issues ultimatum • Young person feels ‘cornered’ with no way out • If young person has an audience, he/she cannot be seen to back down Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 15

  17. Golden Rules for Managing Difficult Situations • Model the behaviour you want to see. • Make the behaviour unacceptable, not the person. • Stay calm. • Use the language of choice. • Don’t get drawn into secondary behaviours. • Have a plan. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 16

  18. Personal Behaviour Tips • Lower your voice and don’t shout or raise your tone. • Sit down if possible. • Do not touch the person. • Use open body language. • Take control of yourself. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 17

  19. Workshop Outcomes Covered • Identify good coaching practice that supports positive behaviour. • Identify the range of challenging behaviours that coaches need to deal with. • Recognise personal values and attitudes towards behaviour and discipline. • Explore reasons for positive and challenging behaviours. • Identify strategies for managing behaviour. • Develop techniques for self-management, including steps to take in difficult situations. Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 18

  20. Where Next? • Related sports coach UK workshops: • Safeguarding and Protecting Children • How to Coach Children in Sport • Coaching Children and Young People • An Introduction to Long-term Athlete Development For more information on all these workshops, visit www.sportscoachuk.org Managing Behaviour in Sport Slide 19