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Effect of Camping on Leadership Qualities of Physical Education Personnel |

Aditya Gadewal, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


The purpose of this study was to see theeffect of camping on the leadership qualities of physical education personnel.The subjects selected for the study were 75 male students aged 19.7 ± 2.1 yearsof Bachelor of Physical Education from Lakshmibai National University ofPhysical Education, Gwalior. The subjects were selected, who were going for aleadership training camp at Pachmarhi (M.P.). For the collection of data,Collaborative Leadership Self-Assessment Questionnaire (constructed by RobertWood Johnson) was used to assess the leadership quality. CLSQ include sixfactors i.e. developing people, self-reflection, assessing the environment,creating clarity: visioning and mobilizing, building trust & sharing powerand influence. The data were recorded before and after the camp. In order toanalyze the data, ‘Paired t-test’ was employed. The level of significance wasset at 0.05. It was evident from the conclusion that the value of calculated t-ratio of all the six factors of leadership 6.93, 7.55, 8.26, 9.02, 10.02, 10.04respectively, were found significant at 74 df with the tabulated ‘t’ value1.92, thus indicating that there was a significant effect of camping on theleadership qualities of physical education personnel on all the six factors.