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Inside the Coaching Mind with Terry Pettit
68 minutes | a month ago
Salima Rockwell: A Journey With Courage – ITCM-018
Salima Rockwell talks about her playing career as an All American setter with Penn State and the U.S. National Team. She also discusses her career in coaching with Texas and Penn State and becoming one of the best volleyball color analysts.
33 minutes | 2 months ago
Kelly Sheffield on Mid-Season In A Pandemic – ITCM-017
Kelly Sheffield, is the Head Women’s Volleyball Coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, the team that is currently ranked number 1 in the AVCA Division 1 volleyball poll. The Badgers have started the season 10-0 but have had challenges with Covid-19 both with their own team and with their opponents. Coach Sheffield talks with Terry about the Big Ten, and the Badger prospects for the National Championship in April.
54 minutes | 3 months ago
Tom Hilbert On Developing A Young Team – ITCM-016
Terry Pettit interviewing Tom Hilbert Tom Hilbert is the highly successful women’s volleyball coach at Colorado State University. During Coach Hilbert’s tenure, the Rams have qualified for twenty-three consecutive NCAA National championships and In his conversation with Terry, he talks about the unique challenges of coaching his least experienced team during a pandemic. When purpose and goals collide, Coach Hilbert is choosing to focus on purpose.
67 minutes | 4 months ago
A Conversation with Three Setters – ITCM-015
Clockwise…Terry Pettit, Lori Endicott, Christy Johnson and Kelly Hunter. Lori Endicott, Christy Johnson, and Kelly Hunter are extraordinary women who played the setter position for Nebraska Volleyball. Christy and Kelly led the Huskers to National Championships and Lori was named “The Best Setter in the World” in the Barcelona Olympics. In today’s podcast Terry talks with the three of them about leadership in the setter position, and what to look for when recruiting someone to be your next setter. Support The Podcast Donate this amount
51 minutes | 4 months ago
George Lundeen on Sculpting a Winning Team – ITCM-0014
George Lundeen, a world-class figurative sculptor from Holdrege, Nebraska works with a team of ten other sculptors to create the largest sculpture project in decades: Stations of the Cross at Cloisters on the Platte. George talks with Terry about becoming an artist and developing a team for a once in a lifetime project. Here are photos and videos of some of the sculptures mentioned in the episode. Lori Endicott in front of the volleyball sculpture on the University of Nebraska campus. Astronaut Mike Massimino in front of the Swigert sculpture at Denver International Airport. Thomas Jefferson George Lundeen’s Robert Frost sculpture mentioned in this podcast episode.
49 minutes | 5 months ago
John Cook on Coaching Through a Pandemic – ITCM 013
John Cook and Terry Pettit Talk About Coaching During a Pandemic in the first episode of our new season. In Season II, episode 1, Nebraska Head Volleyball Coach John Cook talks with Terry Pettit about coaching during COVID in the coming season.
66 minutes | 10 months ago
Ronnie Green on Leadership During the Pandemic and more – ITCM-012
Ronnie D. Green became the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska on May 16, 2016. In the six years prior to that he served as the Harlan Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In today’s podcast he describes his leadership philosophy as servant leadership that evolved before “it was cool to do so.” We talk about Black Lives Matter, the challenges of students returning to campus during Coronavirus and the role of Nebraska football to the state of Nebraska’s identity.
44 minutes | a year ago
David Cook talks Sport Psychology with Terry Pettit – ITCM-011
David Cook is a speaker, consultant, coach, author, and film-maker in the field of Sport and Performance Psychology. In 1995 David and Terry Pettit met at the Nebraska High School Coaches Clinic and that conversation would impact the future of Nebraska Volleyball. One way you can continue to support “Inside the Coaching Mind” is to visit terrypettit.com and consider purchasing one of his three books, “Talent and the Secret Life of Teams,” “A Fresh Season” and “Trust and the River.” Terry also presents on leadership and teambuilding to athletic departments, private businesses and some of the most progressive organizations in the country. You can find out more about this at terrypettit.com
45 minutes | a year ago
Steve Morgan talks with Terry Pettit about building an exceptional high school volleyball program in western Nebraska – ITCM 010
UNL Coach John Cook congratulates Ogallala’s Steve Morgan on his successful career. Photo from Lincoln Star-Journal. Steve Morgan coached at Ogallala High School for 45 years. During his tenure the Indians won 984 matches, three state championships and were runners-up four times. Morgan talks about becoming a high school coach after serving two years in the military where he was introduced to the game. He coached both of his daughters and his youngest, Lyndsay was his assistant for seven years. No high school volleyball coach has impacted the culture of great volleyball in rural Nebraska as much as Steve Morgan.
37 minutes | a year ago
Terry Pettit Talks About Leadership and How Volleyball Has Changed With John Baylor – Part 2 – ITCM-009
In part two of being interviewed by John Baylor, Terry Pettit talks about training leadership, and how extraordinary leadership led to Nebraska’s first national championship. He also talks about how volleyball has changed, and what we might look for in the future of the game.
40 minutes | a year ago
Terry Pettit talks about his early vision for Nebraska Volleyball with John Baylor – Part 1 – ITCM-008
Terry Pettit talks about what he looks for in hiring a head coach, his vision for Nebraska volleyball, what the differences are between leadership on an athletic team and leadership in private business, and why he left coaching when he was only fifty-three years old. Terry is interviewed by John Baylor, the voice of Nebraska volleyball.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
The Development of a Championship Coach in Omaha – ITCM-007
Photo Credit: VolleyballMag.com Rene Saunders, the 2016 Volleyball Magazine High School Coach of the Year, talks about her progression from playing two sports in college, to winning four state championships at Omaha Skutt High School.
42 minutes | 2 years ago
John Baylor, the Voice of Nebraska Volleyball, On His Development as a Volleyball Sportscaster – ITCM-006
John Baylor, play by play announcer for The University of Nebraska Women’s Volleyball for 26 years. Seated next to him is color commentator and Former Husker Lauren Cook West. John Baylor, who has been the play by play broadcaster for Nebraska Volleyball for twenty-six years has seen more Nebraska volleyball matches live than any other person. He has also evolved into one of the best sportscasters in the country. He talks with host Terry Pettit about that evolution.
37 minutes | 2 years ago
Two Players Who Continue to Serve – ITCM-005
Janet Kruse Sellon and Barbie Young Gutshall, summer of 2019 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Barbie Young Gutshall and Janet Kruse Sellon grew up in small towns in Nebraska in the 1980s. Both went on to play volleyball at the University of Nebraska and played on teams that advanced to National Championship matches. They also graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical School, but their paths to becoming physicians and mentoring women have been different. Today they talk about how athletic completion prepared them for the challenges they face on a daily basis. 1989 Big Eight Champion Huskers – (Back row from left): Assistant Coach Terri Killion, Assistant Coach John Cook, Carla Baker, Janet Kruse, Cris Hall, Sara Hesch, Stephanie Thater, Linda Barsness,Student Trainer Jill Douglas, Head Coach Terry Pettit, Assistant Coach Cathy Noth. (Front row from left): Manager Kari Possehl, Trainer Therese Volmer, Becky Bolli, Valerie Vermeulen, Virginia Stahr, Val Novak, Eileen Shannon, Debbie Brand, Katherine Pettit. 1986 Big Eight Champion Huskers – (Back row from left): Assistant Coach Jay Potter, Assistant Coach Jeff Nelson, Virginia Stahr, Enid Schonewise, Linda Barsness, Michelle Davis, Carla Baker, Karen Dahlgren, Kathi DeBoer, Head Coach Terry Pettit. (Front row from left): Manager Tina Siefkes, Barbara Young, Lori Endicott, DeLisa DeBolt, Jackie Cook, Angie Millikin, Susan Hansen, Tisha Delaney, Katherine Pettit.
29 minutes | 2 years ago
UNL Volleyball’s John Cook on Leadership – ITCM-004
John Cook, Head women’s volleyball Coach at the University of Nebraska, continues a conversation with host Terry Pettit. The focus this time is how John made the decision to change his coaching behavior when he faced coaching burnout in 2009. John also talks about how he worked to create “ultimate trust” with a setter that led Nebraska to two National Championships. I hope you’ll click one of the subscribe buttons so you won’t miss an episode! Inside The Coaching Mind is sponsored by Talent Plus and produced by Shortcut Content.
38 minutes | 2 years ago
Coaching High School Volleyball with Sharon Zavala and Bill Root – ITCM003
Sharon Zavala and Bill Root have coached high school volleyball for a combined 85 years and thirteen state championships in the state of Nebraska. In a conversation with Terry Pettit they discuss the challenges of coaching high school athletes, and how that has changed since they began.
30 minutes | 2 years ago
Creighton’s Kirsten Bernthal Booth on Building a Program – ITCM-002
Three-time national coach of the year, Kirsten Bernthal Booth, head women’s volleyball coach at Creighton University, talks about building a program, developing leadership, and being a more efficient coach. Kirsten inherited a program that had not had a great deal of success, and has built into a consistent champion. Creighton has won five consecutive Big East championships and tied for 5th in the 2016 NCAA Division 1 volleyball championship. I hope you’ll click one of the subscribe buttons so you won’t miss an episode! Inside The Coaching Mind is sponsored by Talent Plus and produced by Shortcut Content
30 minutes | 2 years ago
UNL Volleyball’s John Cook on How He Has Evolved in Coaching – ITCM-001
John Cook, head women’s volleyball coach, at the University of Nebraska shares what motivated him to set a goal of working towards a program that would pay for itself. John talks about how his vision of what being a coach is, and how that has evolved during his career as a high school coach through his success of winning four national championships at Nebraska. John also talks about the most important thing that an athletic director can provide, emotional support. Buckle up! I hope you’ll click one of the subscribe buttons so you won’t miss an episode! Inside The Coaching Mind is sponsored by Talent Plus and produced by Shortcut Content.
7 minutes | 2 years ago
Welcome to Inside the Coaching Mind – ITCM-000
“Saying Inside the Coaching Mind is about volleyball in the state of Nebraska, is like saying the Wizard of Oz is about a tornado and a balloon flight. How does a state with three times as many cows as people, become so enthusiastic and successful, in the sport of women’s volleyball? Join our conversation you will become a better coach, communicator, and team-builder. “ – Terry Pettit In this “Welcome Episode,” you’ll get a feel for of the intimate of conversations with extraordinary coaches that will be episodes in our podcast series. The samples in this introduction are taken from conversations with Head Nebraska women’s volleyball coach, John Cook, Grand Island Central Catholic Head girl’s volleyball Coach, Sharon Zavala, and Creighton Head women’s volleyball coach, Kirsten Bernthal-Booth. I hope you’ll click one of the subscribe buttons so you won’t miss an episode! Inside The Coaching Mind is sponsored by Talent Plus and produced by Shortcut Content.
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