Management of Stress-Related Conflicts Amongst Personnel in Sports Organizations in kenya
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Stress is conceptualized as any threat or demand placed on the human body and for which adjustment is required. Such stress may be triggered by physiological or social needs. This may be manifested in terms of behavior, mental and unexplained ailments. The conflicts that are a common feature among sports management organizations may, to a large extent, be due to stressors experienced by the managers. The stressors predominantly include competition for limited resources in sports, struggle for leadership, fear of losing leadership positions, differences in opinions, inadequate incentives, and the like. This paper therefore, gives insights into psychological approaches of managing such stress-related tensions and conflicts amongst sports managers.