I was told on Monday that my coaching contract was being terminated. Surprise! Just means I move on to my next challenge a bit sooner, though.
Loyalty, anticipating the head coaches needs, and not just agreeing with everything the head coach says are three keys to being a good assistant coach.
A recently posted coaching job suggested that having a college degree is equivalent to six years of coaching experience. What do you think of that?
In response to a couple of recent emails, here is some advice on how to look to make a move to coaching professional volleyball.
While it may be possible to be a good coach based on having a proficiency, can you truly be a great one over time without having a passion for it?
How do the various European domestic professional volleyball leagues rank? That's a question I've had for a while. I recently got at least a partial answer.
I was recently told about a case of assistant coaches bad-mouthing the head coach in a way that got back to the players. Totally unprofessional.
Just a quick update on a few developments since I accepted the head coach position at Svedala back in early June.