Efficiently manage your teams and coaches, and maintain a positive culture among your parents, players and staff.

If you want to keep everyone in your volleyball club organized, efficiency and communication are key. It is also important to establish a positive culture in your club. Below are some resources to get you started. JVA members are a part of a network of club directors all working towards improving the club volleyball experience for their participants. Together we are the leaders and and positive influencers in the junior volleyball community. #BeJVAUnited

Finding, Hiring and Keeping Good Coaches

Many clubs have an on-going struggle to find quality volleyball coaches. Once the quality coaches are found, it is also important to know whether they are a good fit for your club. Assuming they are, the next step is retaining your coaches and making them feel like an important part of your club.

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5 Keys to a Positive Relationship Between Your Parents, Players and Coaches

Now more than ever, parents are very involved with their sons and daughters club careers that you must be ready for just about anything. But in order to maintain a positive club culture a positive relationship needs to exist between your coaches and your players and their parents.

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12 Month Timeline of a Volleyball Club Director

In order to break down a Club Director's responsibilities based on the indoor girls volleyball season, here's a timeline for club directors who spend countless hours communicating with their coaches, on the phone with parents, and in the gym where they get to share their love for the game.

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Could You Be Losing Coaches From Your Club or League Without Knowing It?

If your club or league isn't operating at 100 percent, you might be making things even harder for your coaches. And if you don't have the right tools to keep things humming, they won't wait around for you to figure it out.

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Investing in Your Coaching Staff

By educating your coaches you are investing in your club's culture and coaching staff, while also increasing your club's value. Here are some ideas to get you started in investing in your coaching staff.

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3 Keys to Creating a Strong Club Culture

It's a challenge to serve players of all skill levels, from beginners to experts.  Here are three keys in how a few JVA member clubs have built up successful programs that serve a broad group of young players who love the game.

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Building a Club Culture

Young players are being systematically weeded out, as most clubs targeted elite-level athletes, and those who endured oftentimes burned out. Hear from three JVA Club Directors who make it a point to create a positive club culture for every skill level.

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A Pro-Active Approach to Handling Over-Involved Parents

Club directors and coaches can identify the over-involved and over-bearing parents. As we all know, the parents are as much our customers as the players are; in some cases, even more so. Here are some practices your club can apply to establish a healthy relationship between your club, coaches, and parents.

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