Lesson 6: Great leaders do not rush to make changes because of failure. Lesson 7: Great leaders hire good people. Lesson 8: Great leaders never force leadership. Lesson 9: Great leaders are not always popular. Lesson 10: Great leaders don't have all the answers, but they find them. This paper will show one man's thoughts of leadership through his eyes being a middle school football coach.
This research is based on leadership in football. We gathered information while searching the World Wide Web, reviewing books and the information gathered during our interviews. This paper will identify leadership in football by showing what leadership is, the tasks of leadership, what leaders deal with, the job of a leader and what affects leadership.
Members of our group contacted Coach Harry Brewer, head coach of the Hutchison Junior High School Football team and asked him if he would be willing to schedule a meeting with us for an interview. When he agreed each research team member prepared questions that would be helpful during the interview. This approach allowed everyone in the group to have input even though we all couldn't be present during the scheduled …show more content…
This model works well in a team environment because the coach is more of a counselor to the football players and he understands the personal needs of his players. The human relations model shows a concern for employees. In this case a concern for the players and coaches on the football team. In order to have an effective human relations model, communication is key. Coach Brewer wants to make sure that through effective communication his team strives, not only on the football field but also in life. He shows concern for their personal lives and wants to make sure they learn life long lessons on the football