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  • Blog – Page 5 – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    December 23 2010 Leave a comment Mentorship is often touted as one of the primary means of furthering your career Read More AVCA Convention How Lucky We Are December 19 2010 Leave a comment This past week in Kansas City at the AVCA Convention and Final Four was thoroughly enjoyable It was 24 hours of volleyball Blissful Read More Come See Me I am Presenting at the AVCA Convention Today December 15 2010 Leave a comment The presentation starts at 4 30 CST in Room KCCC 2503AB The topic is AVCA Convention 101 What Every First Time Attendee Needs to Know Read More AVCA Convention Presentation December 12 2010 Leave a comment This AVCA Convention I will not only be a participant but also a presenter Read More Does Indiana not like Ashley Benson December 4 2010 Leave a comment Is this supposed to be an intense pose Read More BP Oil Spill 6 Months Later December 1 2010 Leave a comment Boycott BP and post this Spill 6 image to represent and remind us all of the devastating BP Oil spill only 6 months ago Read More Shoes Banned by the NBA is Volleyball next October 21 2010 3 Comments Athletic Performance Labs website claims test participants achieved up to 3 5 inches of increased vertical leap Read More eLEGS for Volleyball October 7 2010 Leave a comment Technology is amazing and the eLEGS could one day have great application for sitting volleyball teams Read More Free Ground Chuck September 1 2010 Leave a comment FREE Pound of Ground Chuck Read More Youth Volleyball Encourage and Instill Confidence July 26 2010 Leave a comment I am working with an 8th grader at the end of the week that wants to make the middle school team in a month Read

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  • Blog – Page 7 – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    Enjoy Current Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Three billion of the world s 200 billion plus paper cups end up at the dump each year bear the Starbucks logo May 18 2009 Leave a comment Three billion of the world s 200 billion plus paper cups that start as trees and end up at the dump each year bear the Starbucks logo Read More Starbucks Recycle Program or lack their of May 17 2009 2 Comments The inside of Starbucks is a billboard of eco friendliness The employees rant about it the stores are decorated in signs about it and even the company website has a section devoted to it Howard Shultz certainly must practice what he preaches while sipping his mocha latte on one of the three company s eco friendly private jets Read More Volleyball Video Games May 6 2009 Leave a comment In 1972 Magnavox developed the first ever volleyball video game for their Odyssey Game System Since that time over 50 volleyball video games have been produced around the world Read More Karch Kiraly Named U S Women s Assistant Coach April 16 2009 Leave a comment Karch Kiraly Named USA Volleyball Women s Assistant Coach Read More Getting to Know Lindsey Berg March 30 2009 Leave a comment Another highlight of my time at the University of Minnesota was the opportunity to not only meet Lindsey Berg but get to know her Read More From a Nairobi Slum A Tale of Hope March 24 2009 Leave a comment A narrative about a woman growing up in the slums of Nairobi and becoming a special doctor Read More Ban Barnes and Noble Shop at Amazon March 22 2009 4 Comments So I will no longer be shopping at Barnes and Noble

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  • Shake a Ref’s Hand – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    sports has always been a way to integrate imigrants into American culture Every ethnic group that has ever been ghettoized sports has created a way out of that ghetto When you talk about civil rights women s rights human rights think of the role that sports has played to bring them into the political and mainstream consciousness My morning continued by delving into The Methany Manifesto by St Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny It s tough enough for a loyal Cubs fan to read a book about the Cardinal just realize the pain it causes me to tell about Mike s story One of Mike s greatest moments in sports came from a University of Wisconsin hockey player that was the only player on the team to shake the hand of the referees after a game Asked why the young man replied I was taught to respect the umpires on my youth league baseball team and to shake their hands after every game This young man played on Mike s little league team Respect Aretha Franklin knew what she was preaching for all these years Admittedly as a coach I might have gotten a yellow card or two I might have gotten caught up in the heat of the moment But I also have many great friends that are officials and police officers Those yellow cards prove I m not perfect coincidentally officials aren t perfect either especially as they hold up the values coaches put in place Lesson learned Shake a ref s hand after every game It will make our world a better place Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related Joe Ehrmann Mike Matheny

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  • The Frenzied Coach – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    and many professions In contemporary technological civilization which can boast of remarkable labor saving inventions human beings paradoxically work more than they have ever worked before Increasingly people s lives today alternate between frenzied work and frenzied play Rest has been driven out of leisure Miroslav Volf I m going to leisurely try to rest now Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share

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  • Positive Coaching – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    has on our future behavior Cortisol functions like a sustained release tablet the more we ruminate about our fear the longer the impact Positive comments and conversations produce a chemical reaction too They spur the production of oxytocin a feel good hormone that elevates our ability to communicate collaborate and trust others by activating networks in our prefrontal cortex But oxytocin metabolizes more quickly than cortisol so its effects are less dramatic and long lasting This chemistry of conversations is why it s so critical for all of us especially managers to be more mindful about our interactions Behaviors that increase cortisol levels reduce what I call Conversational Intelligence or C IQ or a person s ability to connect and think innovatively empathetically creatively and strategically with others Behaviors that spark oxytocin by contrast raise C IQ Over the past 30 years I ve helped leaders at companies including Boehringer Ingelheim Clairol Donna Karen Exide Technologies Burberry and Coach learn to boost performance with better C IQ Recently my consultancy The CreatingWE Institute also partnered with Ryan Smith CEO of Qualtrics the world s largest online survey software company to analyze the frequency of negative cortisol producing versus positive oxytocin producing interactions in today s workplaces We asked managers how often they engaged in several behaviors some positive and others negative on a scale of 0 through 5 in which 0 was never and 5 was always The good news is that managers appear to be using positive oxytocin and C IQ elevating behaviors more often than negative behaviors Survey respondents said that they exhibited all five positive behaviors such as showing concern for others more frequently than all five negative ones such as pretending to be listening However most respondents approximately 85 also admitted to sometimes acting in ways that could derail not only specific interactions but also future relationships And unfortunately when leaders exhibit both types of behaviors it creates dissonance or uncertainty in followers brains spurring cortisol production and reducing CI Q Consider Rob a senior executive from Verizon He thought of himself as a best practices leader who told people what to do set clear goals and challenged his team to produce high quality results But when one of his direct reports had a minor heart attack and three others asked HR to move to be transferred off his team he realized there was a problem Observing Rob s conversational patterns for a few weeks I saw clearly that the negative cortisol producing behaviors easily outweighed the positive oxytocin producing behaviors Instead of asking questions to stimulate discussion showing concern for others and painting a compelling picture of shared success his tendency was to tell and sell his ideas entering most discussions with a fixed opinion determined to convince others he was right He was not open to others influence he failed to listen to connect When I explained this to Rob and told him about the chemical impact his behavior was having on his employees

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  • What matters most in coaching – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    have been a very different blog post I would have focused on technical knowledge the importance of understanding training theory and the nuances of periodization Don t get me wrong all of that is important if you want to be a good coach but if you want to be a great coach there is more to it than that The technical part can be learned fairly easily through study observation and practice The difference makers are what some people would call the intangibles the social and emotional intelligence that allows you to connect with you athletes your colleagues administrators and parents on another level Simply put it is mastery of communication skills All the knowledge in the world is for naught if you can t communicate it We coach people people who respond to coaches who show they care about them as people It is the little things that count a smile a pat on the back an admonition to try harder or simply the tone of voice and body language when making a correction I wish I would have figured this out earlier in my career I can t help but think about how much more effective I could have been as a coach and happier as a person Learn from my mistakes work on the intangibles raise your level of emotional and social intelligence to new heights hone your communication skills to a fine edge and you will be the best coach you can be That is all we can ask I ve been fortunate to learn this from one of the best in the business in Head Coach Carolyn Condit here at Miami University She is not only a master of communication skills but also relationship skills There are no books or words that can explain this

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  • Specialization in Volleyball – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    are most likely to give him a competitive advantage He s tried all kinds of different ideas at many different times but this process is working Rearick says The science has helped him see what s important I want to be great at all things to all people I realize this is impossible As Bill Cosby says I don t know the key to success but the key to failure is trying to please everybody Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related Matt Anderson volleyball specialization 2014 02 07 Chuck Rey tweet Previous Volleyball More than a Sport Next Technical Film from the 1976 Olympic Games 3 comments Kuuipo Tom February 7 2014 at 4 08 pm I wish that I was smart enough to be among the ranks of those that you have listed and cited in your blog This is something that I have struggled with over many years and I ve followed the teachings of nearly everyone that you ve cited and many more Of course as with everything there are hundreds of differing opinions on every subject that is volleyball To this end I will interject my No Child Left Behind rant While I whole heartedly understand educating all students in our Country to a satisfactory level of academic performance and standards I argue that we are dummy downing our students that are proficient in a certain aspect of education but have the ability but not the opportunity to excel in another If a kid is good in Science but struggles in Social Studies I think we should do everything that we can in helping that student survive Social Studies and promote their

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  • Who is Karch Kiraly?!?! – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    5 of our 10 players did not know who Karch Kiraly is I We are obviously not doing a good job educating our kids on the history of the game or even offering recognition to our current players and team Karch is still in the USA Volleyball news at least weekly with the USA Women s National Team I need to do a better job Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related Karch Kiraly 2013 08 12 Chuck Rey tweet Previous Beach Volleyball Phones waterproof sandproof phone for the beach Next Miami Volleyball Bullies Support Staff One comment Kate in Arizona August 13 2013 at 8 42 am Your post caused me to read up on Karch on Wikipedia Did you know Karch babysat for Misty May Treanor when she was little I know very little about women s volleyball but my friend s daughter 10 just tried out for the fifth grade school team and was told she wasn t going to make the cut don t bother coming back The child is a pretty good

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