This model is relevant as it is a „thought model“ for
the coach. According to the Hamburger Schule, by emphasising the
connection between motive-behaviour-value-context,
the practicing coach has an abstract understanding of how values develop. Basis
for this is also the consideration (see axiomatic) that motives are non-specific
reasons for behaviour/actions.
In a context that is perceived to be new by the individual then an individual
begins to act and/or behave. At first, this individual will look for orientation
in “familiar” values.
Development also means the development of context-bound values. If an individual
cannot ascertain any values for orientation the he will also take action, as
he also wants to be successful according to his motives. Is the behaviour successful
then a value develops (through repetition) which, as long as transfer and reflection
take place, can also be used in other contexts.