I have no experience in the workplace so I will talk about my experience of Hindrance Stressors in sports. This experience took place a year ago when I was 20 years old. It was my 2nd year of playing college basketball at Laney College in Oakland Ca. As one of the more mature and responsible players on a young team I did receive some management like responsibilities such as making sure my teammate were going to study hall on time, leading warm ups before practice, and basically being a extension of the coach to the rest of the player kind like the role of a team captain. Our team had more weaknesses than strengths this season. Some of our weaknesses for example were a team wide lack of respect for the coaching staff. Players were constantly breaking the rules set in place our coach and lacked the work ethic in practice or workouts needed to compete in the game. While this looks poorly on the players I believe it was ultimately the coach’s fault in how he managed the team. I did not fit in well with the team due to the fact I highly respected the coach and what he were trying to accomplish. This lead to coach giving pretty demanding roles on the team that caused a lot of stress for me. This is how I experienced Hindrance Stressors. While I experienced all three stressors but the main one that affected me was Role Overload. My role and goal going into the season last year was to lead my team in scoring and be a dependable offense player. I ended up with several other roles due to the lack of work ethic my teammates showed. I became team captain and was also given many other roles that coach wanted me to accomplish on the court. This lead to me become overwhelmed and failing to complete some of the roles I was giving. My stats for that season suffered and my scoring went down. I simply had too many roles that I couldn’t possibly accomplish them all. Hindrance Stressors is describe as stressful demands that people perceive as not helpful or...
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