It should come as no surprise to anyone who has done any coaching that to master it is hard work. But what surprises me is the number of people who think they want to become coaches who place limits on what they will do to get the job / position they think they want.
When first learning how to play volleyball, you need to understand the object of the game – to beat your opponents to a predetermined number of points.
Learn how to get in the zone quickly off serve receive as well as touches on points to slow the ball down and thus slow the game down using your vision.
Dean Sally Blount on supporting women through 3 “pivot points” in their careers. Getting more women into the C-suite means keeping them in the talent pipeline.
A study finds that chief executives with daughters rank higher for social responsibility, and possibly coaches!
What are some coaching traits that provide the greatest motivational value to players? Read to learn how to better connect with your players and their needs.
Every coach has their own style – from the way they run tryouts to their demeanor on the sidelines and everything in between. That being said, there’s nothing wrong with comparing a few notes, coach to coach.
Millennials offer many unique coaching challenges! Badly executed “Positive Reinforcement” may be one of the biggest mistakes most coaches make when coaching this generation.