Authors

Tate A. Budnick

Publication Date

2018

Faculty Advisor

Jeff Kerssen-Griep

Department

Communication Studies

College/School

College of Arts and Sciences

Abstract

This paper examines and extracts the necessary skills a coach should possess and address to be successful and communicate effectively and appropriately with members of any cultures other than their own. Looking through a broad analysis of past literature, scholars have structured their strategies and expertise that they believe to help a coach be successful. This paper concludes with a self-training tool for coaches to learn the necessary strategies required for a team to be successful.

Subjects

Communication and culture; Communication in sports; Coaching (Athletics)

Publication Information

CST 431: Intercultural Communication & Identity

Copyright for this work is retained by the author.

Document Type

Student Project

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