Coaches are constantly judged from many different perspectives. The problem is many of those doing the judging lack the understanding to do so reasonably.
How do you pick your starting setter? I encourage using performance metrics you can collect from game play, though they aren't the only consideration.
A group of top coaches offer up a list of 10 things player should do on the court. I have issues with a couple of them. What about you?
It's very easy to react to things without really understanding the context of the situation. Here's and example of how that can happen.
If you take over a new team close to the start of the season you have to make sure you do the right work on team culture or risk long term repercussions.
Is it best to get great at one defensive system or to develop the ability to play multiple systems? I argue doing the first is basically doing the second.
There is a point at which service aggression is just right to achieve the highest point scoring (breakpoint) percentage, but it varies.
The story of a player I coached in England helps to highlight the impact we coaches can have on the lives of our players - now and for years to come.