Terry Pettit is a former Director of Leadership Academies at the University of Denver, Colorado State University, and Creighton University and former NCAA Championship Coach at Nebraska, 3-‐time National Coach of the Year, USA Volleyball All-‐Time Great Coach Award Winner.
Throughout this glimpse into Terry Pettit’s coaching philosophy, he continually inspires coaches of all levels to redefine success beyond just a win-‐loss record by developing a culture of excellence. As he leads you through the maze of achieving your goals, he points out the importance of developing a purpose and mission for your program.
Helping players take ownership of their goals and purpose is key to successfully creating the right attitude. Coaching goes beyond the X’s and O’s. When trying to move from being a good coach to a great coach you must consider the 3R’s of coaching: recruiting, requiring and relating. Developing roles, motivating players and creating individual and team goals are all part of becoming a successful coach. Coach Pettit discusses deliberate practices to reinforce skills and then encourages coaches to challenge the team’s thinking.
When two teams of equal strength take the court, which team will come out victorious? Coach Pettit shares his pyramid of what he believes to be the key behaviors that need to be changed to create competitive advantage. In a clear, conversational style that draws you in, this video will help you understand the difference in fast thinking vs. slow thinking and practical tips on how to use situational and deliberate training to challenge your team’s thinking skills. By the end of this video, you will be prepared to step outside the traditional “rules of coaching” and inspire your team toward an attitude of excellence.
Produced at the 2012 Iowa Volleyball Coaches clinic. 71 minutes. 2012.
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A collection of writings on coaching, leadership, and team-building by one of the most successful coaches in NCAA history.
Terry Pettit led Nebraska Volleyball to twenty-one conference championships and an NCAA National Championship in 1995, while developing more All-Americans and Academic All-Americans than any other coach in the country. He continues to mentor coaches and leaders throughout the nation and has direct The Summit for Extraordinary Coaching in Vail, Colorado each June. In Terry Pettit’s world you are as likely to come into contact with a reference to Sun Tzu or Calvin and Hobbes as you are with John Wooden and Coach K.
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