N.A. Kurochkina1, 2
1Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow
2Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE), Moscow
Keywords: volleyball, competitive activity, interpersonal relations, coach, athlete.
The purpose of the study is to study and justify the effectiveness of competitive activity of professional volleyball teams depending on the interpersonal relations "coach–athlete".
Methodology and organization of the study. The work was attended by athletes (n=124 people) and coaches (n=26 people) of professional teams participating in the Russian volleyball championship. To identify formal and informal interpersonal relationships between the coach and the athlete, a test was conducted using the "sociometry" method. The obtained results served as the basis for the development of psycho-pedagogical recommendations directed interpersonal relationships and improve the psychological climate in the team, which was approved during the pedagogical experiment within three months of targeted training.
The results of the study and their discussion. In the research process, scales with the "Coach–athlete" was allocated 3 parameters of interpersonal relations in the team: emotional – determines how nice the coach to the athlete as a person; behavioral – shows how real the interaction of coach and athlete; Gnostic – identifies the level of competence of the coach as an expert with the perspective of the athlete.
Research has allowed us to establish that after the introduction of methodological recommendations, the coach is perceived by highly qualified players as a more competent specialist in 2 out of 3 features. Confirmation that interpersonal relationships and psychological atmosphere affect the result was revealed as a result of the team's performances in the Russian volleyball championship of the Top division.
In the first round of the season, a total of 9 games were played, 6 of which were positive and 3 were negative, after the implemented recommendations, 8 games were positive and 1 game was negative.
Conclusion. Optimal interpersonal relations between the coach and the athlete not only contribute to the fruitful course of the training process, but also provide a more complete implementation of all the strategic plans of the coach and the disclosure of the functional reserves of athletes.
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