Building a Successful Program in a Small Country
Craig Faill is one of the most respected coaches in Scottish volleyball. Having worked at a national team level in a country where volleyball is not a major sport, he knows what it’s like to try to maximize the resources available. He’s been able to do that and build a successful program.
His resume includes:
- Head Coach Scottish Women’s National Team
- Head Coach Men’s Junior National Team, Assistant to Men’s National Team
- Nearly 30 years coaching
- Multiple national titles coaching at the club level
Here’s some of what Craig share discusses in his interview:
– Working in an environment with low support
– Developing a program over time
– Club vs. country conflicts
– Different approaches in coaching female vs. male players
– Being reflective as a coach
– Technical vs game oriented training focus
Play this excerpt for a taste of the sort of insights and ideas you’ll get from the full interview:
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