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Self-determination Theory: A Guide for Coaches | Coaching Youth (age 13-18) | ConnectedCoaches

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Sam Goss said:
My dissertation was about the transitional environment of the elite athlete and the Self-determination theory. It was found that

Autonomy + Competency = Empathy + Empowerment

Whilst above it states that one of the barriers is negative feedback from parents and coaches, if when you start work with the team/athlete you meet with everyone involved, this can be discussed and kept to a minimum therefore encouraging the transitional athlete.
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