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Recreation leadership

Author: 
Tayfun Kara
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Recreation in general;, is defined as activities that will be selected by free choicefor the people who are adversely affected by intense work and environmental influences so that they will be able to recuperate their physical and mental well-being and to be satisfied with their individual needs and expectations in order to enjoy and participate in their spare time. (Hacıoğluvd., 2003: 30). Time remaining outside of the time people use to work, sleep, and meet their basic needs are free time; during this time all the activities that people perfume whether it is cultural activity or voluntary activities aimed at earning money etc. are considered within the scope of recreation concept. (Albayrak, 2012: 44; Sağlıkvd., 2014: 87). In the management stages, the organizations have increasingly grown up, specializing in various fields and within themselves, and increasing the division of labor has led to the formation of complex personal relationships within the organization. Thus, the necessity of communication and group work emerged and managers began to look for new skills (Ergun, 1981, p.1). These values also necessitated the need of leadership. General leadership is important for management. And recreational leadership, which is important in terms of evaluation of leisure time, does not make any difference in terms of the functions expected from the leaders. (Tezcan, 1982, s. 194; Himmetoğlu, 1988, s.40; Güler, 1978, s.82). There is a parallel relationship between points that are important in recreation leadership and points that are considered for general leadership role. It is expected from the management leader and the recreation leader, to live the pleasure of membership to the group members, to help them to satisfy themselves in that group, to direct, guide and influence the members in certain activities.In this sense, while our general leadership concept is a lean leadership and the leadership that can be defined in recreation-specific traits is explained as recreation leadership.

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