Supervisory management quality effectiveness of sports and scholastic activities supervisors from the sports activities teachers’ viewpoint
Keywords:Sports activities, Activities supervisors, Communication, Sports trainers, Management quality
The periodic meetings of sports activities supervisors have an important and powerful effect in work departments, the relation of the supervisors will be strength through the timely way of holding and ending the meetings. In addition, emphasis must be placed of the all the dimensions of meetings planning element since it the influential element of the implement and follow-up elements and consider it as an independent complementary element. The modern trends of administration science indicate a growing concern by the public and private institutions of the various meetings role and importance of developing and reaching the institutions a, by considering the meetings as an important public perspective of the human democracy perspectives, teamwork, community ray and advisory investigation, although it is one of the important communication and coordination's ways, whether public, private or educational. The participation of sports trainers in the meetings with the sports and scholastic supervisors, planning and setting programs for the departments and directorates of education makes them work for the implementation of the decisions issued by the various meetings, since they participated to make it a successful, making the leadership free from bearing the of any mistake or damage for the institution. Through Researchers’ knowledge of scholastic and sport activity, who held supervisory positions. They consider it has lack of preparation and predetermined of aims.
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