Leadership has been called the most researched and least understood the content of all in social sciences. Leader is the way to provide policy, powerful others and achieve voluntary commitment to leadership. The leader creates vision and goals and affects others to share that vision and work towards the goals. Leaders are worried about bridging change and encouraging others to support their vision of change. As scholars say, "management involves coping with complexity, but leadership is about coping with changes."
Leaders can be found at all levels of sporting organizations, but not everything is coming out of the group right away. Different situations, different cultures, different organizations, at different moments in their lives, call different qualities and require different talents in leaders. Young individuals can be great at leading their team, but being terrible in managing leadership in another environment. This happens all the time. Some great young sports leaders have no leadership in their schooling or in other types of clubs that they can belong at the same time, not just because they do not choose it, but also because they do not know how. These other settings have different set rules, different sources of authority, and a variety of adaptable challenges that the child may be unknown.
On the other hand, power is the ability to influence others' behavior. Regardless of their age, leaders of exercise power and effective leaders know how to use it wisely. The types of energy used by a young leader explain why others follow that child. One of the useful frameworks for understanding the power of leaders was developed by John French and Bertram Raven. They know five types of energy: legitimate, reward, forced, referent and expert power.
But different forms of authority that leaders can use are some different characteristics that describe how effective young leaders influence others. These features have been put into four categories of models: attitudes, behavioral problems, tendencies and transformations. There is no simple or simple answer to what style of leadership works best. Fifty years ago, leadership characteristics were popular. Gradually, as evidence collected, methods were to be replaced – first by means of behavioral weapons and then by resistance. At present, the transformation model has many supporters, which reflect many leaders efforts to transform the obsolete form of organizations into more competitive. Attributes of attributes are based on the assumption that certain physical, social and personal characteristics are held by leaders. According to this opinion, the presence or absence of these characteristics identifies leaders from other leaders. A few key points are physical, social and personal characteristics. There is some common sense that supports the announcement that successful leaders, young or older, have certain strategies. However, research has not provided these signals constantly separating potential leaders from other leaders. For example, the physical characteristics of a young athlete's sport are not necessarily associated with the ability to correct a successful leadership later in their lives; They only relate to sensible leadership skills.
Summary, as the world is moving faster, the leadership styles used in the first century, or even twenty years, differ from those that had to be applied today or in 2020. To describe this, consider young members in the baseball team who, if it is insufficient and unable to perform, then the coach coach will then definitely follow the autocratic leadership style. As long as the coach applies the appropriate motivation and training technology, young subordinates gradually became willing and able. Here is the situation changing. This indicates that leadership should also evolve from autonomy to democratic style. In some words, the leadership should "monitor" the evolution of the outstanding state. As the example shows, sports organizations, especially those involved in children, should deal with the future and learn from previous practice by continuously adapting to new developed development programs.