Did You Know Disciplined People Are At The Heart Of Any Successful Volleyball Program?
Discipline is required at all stages of the process of building a volleyball program. The first type of discipline required is disciplined people. This includes the leader (High School Varsity Head Coach) and their staff (High School Varsity Assistant Coaches, J.V. and Freshman Coaches).
Successful High School Varsity Head Coaches are disciplined leaders. This is the main reason for almost every successful youth volleyball team or program. If you want to know why some teams succeed and other teams fail look no further than the leadership. We understand most coaches do not start their volleyball careers with the knowledge or skills they need to be successful as a disciplined leader and this is understandable. But how are you educating yourself and your staff with the most powerful tools to become a great disciplined leaders?
Can We Train You To Be A Great Volleyball Disciplined Leader And Coach?
Yes. At Volleyball1on1 we train you to be a successful volleyball leader and Varsity Head Coach for your coaching staff and players. Our “Superior Coaching Systems” ® help you:
1) Learn to take extreme ownership. Meaning failure and success starts at the top.
2) Be ambitious. Success requires that you have a big vision and high standards.
3) Understand how to motivate the modern athlete and work successfully with this athlete and their parents.
4) Genuinely care about your staff, players, and parents you serve in your community.
5) Have a growth mindset and practice “Kaizen” daily with the goal of daily improvement.
6) Be vulnerable and communicate in a way that builds trust and connection.
7) Understand how to balance stress and rest for long term growth.
8) Learn how to manage a proven system, as only with a system is success repeatable.
Can We Help You Train Your Coaching Staff Too?
Yes. We can help successfully train your coaching staff. In our opinion, your coaching staffs level of knowledge in the sport of volleyball or even playing volleyball is less important than how they approach coaching and life. Start by getting the right people on the bus with you and getting rid of the wrong people. Once you have the right people to work with, we can help you train them to:
1) Learn to take extreme ownership. They will understand they have a vital role in the failure and success of the team.
2) Be ready to get behind a big vision and goal. Part of their job is to be your (Varsity Head Coach) biggest cheerleader and reinforce your Team Culture.
3) Understand how to motivate the modern athlete and work successfully with their parents.
4) Be excellent communicators with the players and other staff to successfully navigate through the inevitable problems that will arise daily.
5) Embrace change and growth as an opportunity to learn and improve.
6) Not be afraid to be vulnerable as this builds trust and team connection.
7) Be raving fans of you and the program.
8) Learn how to work within a proven system. The system is the solution.