Effective management is necessary in any sports organisation, both in the conference room and on the training pitch. Leadership in Sport is the very first textbook to analyze sports management in the round, across both management and training environments. It includes a devoted section to underpinning core management theories, and employs a number of case research studies throughout to show how finest practice is applied in real life settings.
Making use of competence from some of the leading academics and specialists throughout the world, and from both disciplines, the book covers different management issues consisting of:
Secret conceptual concerns-- the nature of management, its role in sport, styles of management, what constitutes inefficient management-- and other modern issues are also explored to offer students and specialists the most full and clear picture of modern management in sport. With useful functions in every chapter, such as key terms and evaluation concerns, this is an essential text for sport management or training degree courses.