The Multidimensional Model of Leadership (MML) incorporates sets of antecedent factors influencing three states of leader behaviours: required, preferred and actual. The situational characteristics that influence required behaviour include the goals of the group, the type of task and the social and cultural context of the group. As individuals freely engage in prolonged and agonistic training, their satisfaction with their experiences in such pursuits is a critical outcome variable. A critical thrust within the MM is the hypothesis that the congruence among the three states of leader behaviour would lead to performance and satisfaction. The research regarding the MML has been largely descriptive wherein the influence of selected antecedent variables on preferred and/or perceived leadership have been investigated. The attempts to relate leadership to performance have been limited. The Leadership Scale for Sports (LSS) is revised to include more relevant dimensions of leader behaviours pertinent to the sporting context including various aspects of transformational leadership.