IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORT MANAGEMENT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE 1. What happened to the teacher’s job over time? 2. Why did she not get tenured? 3. What was the teacher’s motivation to change her career path? 4. What would you do different during this career path? 5. If you could make a different scenario with this case, what would it be? Explain A. To make known positions. B. To transfer on the word C. To pass information to and from. D. To succeed in conveying information and sometimes emotions. E. To get connected to others. A Class Hearing Test Oral Presentation Rubric : 2 Minute Oral Presentation in Management Class Teacher Name: Dr. Hamilton Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY Preparedness 25 20 15 10 Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed. Student seems pretty prepared but might have needed a couple more rehearsals. The student is somewhat prepared, but it is clear that rehearsal was lacking. Student does not seem at all prepared to present. Speaks Clearly Speaks clearly and distinctly all (100- Speaks clearly and distinctly all (100- Speaks clearly and distinctly most ( Often mumbles or can not be 95%) the time, and mispronounces 95%) the time, but mispronounces 94-85%) of the time. Mispronounces understood OR mispronounces more no words. one word. no more than one word. than one word. Content Shows a full understanding of the topic. Shows a good understanding of the topic. Shows a good understanding of parts Does not seem to understand the of the topic. topic very well. Enthusiasm Facial expressions and body language generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in others. Facial expressions and body language sometimes generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in others. Facial expressions and body language are used to try to generate enthusiasm, but seem somewhat faked. Very little use of facial expressions or body language. Did not generate much interest in topic being presented. METHODS OF PERSONAL COMMUNICATION 1. Listening 2. Formal 3. Informal 3. Nonverbal 4. Electronic COMMUNICATING TO PARTICIPANTS USE OF POLICIES & PROCEDURES MANUAL PERSONAL CONFERENCES LEADING MEETINGS Listening is vital tool in communication. Some studies found that we only remember one-quarter of what we hear. ACTIVITY: Instructor will give directions. To improve listening skills: a. Start by talking less b. Remove distractions c. Show complete attention d. Don’t interrupt. e. Ask for clarification f. Draw a line between a good discussion and an argument g. Avoid communicating angry Formal communication is either written or spoken. It is planned and documented in writing or by recorded. It is related to legal or policy matters. Informal communication is spontaneous. Frequently the sender doesn’t even know communication is occurring. Informal are body language, tone of voice, space and height, and status symbol. There are three types of nonverbal communication: Body Language – physical movement of our bodies, such as waiving, folding arms, or leaning forward to listen. Space Language – grows out of culture. It is personal space from touching to increase space. There is also social space, and public space. Time Language –this is what value you give to time communication. Examples are arriving early or late for an appointment, returning phone calls, and etc. The use of electronic mail accounts for much daily routine. Executives were found to spend about two hours a day sending and receiving e-mail. Several studies found that executives believed face to face communication skills has declined due to e-mail and electronic device. Eighty-one percent of the employees preferred both good and bad news face to face. CONFLICT First step: Be a good listener Remember the mnemonic ART A – ask question R – repeat what you heard T - take notes When an angry person approach , use the umbrella visualization shield. Don’t take things personal. Use phrases like: I really want to try to help you. (Try to solve the problem on the spot.) If you cannot solve the problem stop the conversation then don’t get involved in an argument. ANOTHER AVENUE OF COMMUNICATION “Let me see your policy handbook or personnel manual.” When experienced executives move to a new organization, one of their first major priorities will be to establish or revise these document. Example: Football Health and Safety Policy-p. 47 Group meetings are important to communicate what is going on in the corporation. It is a form of direct communication to your employees. It also gives the correct style of communication Role play: Each group will have an organize meeting with an agenda for the meeting and select an administration style of communication for the manager. Define the purpose Capitalize on what groups do best. Rewrite the meeting agenda. Avoid common tasks. Eliminate unproductive groups. Define appropriate topics for the size of the group. Class evaluation using table 3.1 p. 50 (the effective leader vs the ineffective leader). 1. Traditional – Money means merit pays, bonuses, and etc. 2. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory – Motivation is based on 5 classes of needs. 3.Herzberg’s Motivation Maintenance Theoryhygiene need and job satisfaction. 4. Skinner’s Reinforcement Theory – if good work is reinforced, it will be repeated. 5. Vroom’s Expectancy Model – based on the employees’ seek to maximize pleasure and minimize pain. 6. Likert’s Linking Pins Group Model – emphasized groups within the organization. Open communication is encouraged. 7. Goal Setting Theory – people set goals concerning their future. 8. Competition 9. Hackman and Oldham Model – when 3 psychological states of A. meaningfulness B. responsibility C. growth satisfaction Assignment: Resume Richard Anderson, 1234, West 67 Street, Carlisle, MA 01741, (123)-456 7890. OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging role in the field of sport customer sales. • • • • Advertising Executive, 2003-present Responsible for built content for 4 publications and editing of others also. Responsible for the selling of advertisement space to the clients. Built networking with the community advertiser which helps in growth of the revenue. Prepare and implement new strategies to increase the circulation of the magazine in the market. • • • • • • Advertisement Sales Coordinator, 1999-2003 Responsible for the management of the account database of customer and maintenance of files and account of client. Prepare and maintain the marketing and sales material. Communicate with the different departments like accounting, marketing, production. Communicate with the client and enquires about the pricing, schedule, invoice etc. Monitor and check competitor's brand. • • • • • • SKILLS: Experience in advertisement sales is of 10 years. Networking skills with the wide business networking. Exceptionally good communication skills. Very creative and artistic with the in-depth knowledge of the present market. Excellent way of presentation and demonstration. EDUCATION: University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl. Bachelor of Sport Administration REFERENCE: Available upon request. Take-Home Test on MyTsu is due Monday. Conducted by: Dr. H. Hamilton Dates: April 15th April 20th April 22 Dress Code: Refer to Rubric (Dress for Success) Location: TSU, Gentry 2nd Floor, Room 225 Be before time!