Registration Now Open for the 2018 Petro-Canada Sport Leadership Sportif Conference
OTTAWA (June 19, 2018) – The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) is pleased to announce that registration for the 2018 Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif (#SLS18) conference is now open. This year’s edition will take place in Ottawa, ON, from November 8-10 at the Westin Ottawa.
Organized by the CAC, the annual conference consists of three days of learning, professional development, and networking with the top minds of Canadian, sport, business, and education communities.
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN AT WWW.COACH.CA/SPORTLEADERSHIP
PERFORM. REFLECT. GROW. CELEBRATE. INFLUENCE. GO!
At this year’s Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif conference, we are inviting you and other Canadian sport leaders and influencers to consider how your actions can continue to grow and have meaningful impact for your sport and organization. Hear and exchange with emotional intelligence leaders on their strategies to influence performance of athletes, teams, and organizations. Learn from sport leaders and coaches as to the research and tools they use to recognize, adapt, and improve their relationships and results. Reaffirm and build on the need for a strong organizational culture to shape performance, productivity, recruitment, and retention. Reflect on the positive power of leadership, and celebrate its ability to create valuable learning opportunities in our sport, education, and workplace environments.
“We’re inviting sport leaders to consider how their actions can make a positive impact on their sport and organization, and learn how to optimize their influence. We will reflect on the power of leadership and celebrate its ability to create learning opportunities,” says Lorraine Lafrenière, Chief Executive Officer of the CAC. “These discussions are what ignite connection, ideas, and change to help make our Canadian sport system even more of a unique and diverse community.”
Confirmed keynote speakers so far include Jim Moss, Chief Executive Officer of Plasticity Labs, and Nova Browning Rutherford, Mindfulness Facilitator & Wellness Expert on CTV’s The Social.
“I am truly looking forward to connecting with so many heart-centered leaders. My intention is to remind coaches that their passion and altruistic nature need protecting. Prioritizing self-care and exploring mindfulness are evidence-based ways to do this. We know that a good coach can have a life-long, positive influence on an athlete and a 'bad coach' can have an adverse impact. By influencing these influencers, supporting their personal development, and creating the opportunity for an honest dialogue and reflect on stresses and solutions, the ripple effect from the SLS18 conference can change the way Canadians engage in sport and beyond,” says Nova Browning Rutherford.
Save $100 by Registering Early
The early bird registration fee is $495 per person and is in effect until September 13th. Registration includes access to all breakouts and plenaries, one ticket to the Petro-Canada Sport Leadership awards Gala, two breakfasts, three lunches, an invitation to our Welcome Reception, and much more! Register early to also take advantage of preferred hotel and airfare rates. To register or for more information on these travel discounts, please visit www.coach.ca/sportleadership.
Purchase 5 Registrations and get your 6th registration FREE!
Bring the whole team. We are pleased to once again offer a conference group-rate for organizations wishing to register 5 or more delegates. This offer is valid until October 25, 2018, while quantities last, and is only available to employees of the same organization. Combining this offer with the early bird rate keeps registration under $415 per delegate!
The CAC partners with the Sport Information Resource Centre
The CAC and the Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) have also collaborated to present the Sport Canada Research Initiative (SCRI) conference in conjunction with #SLS18. This event partnership will provide a great opportunity to bring the sport community, government, and sport researchers together to share their knowledge and expertise. The Sport Canada Research Initiative Conference takes place from November 6 to 7, 2018.
About the Coaching Association of Canada
The Coaching Association of Canada unites stakeholders and partners in its commitment to raising the skills and stature of coaches, and ultimately expanding their reach and influence. Through its programs, the CAC empowers coaches with knowledge and skills, promotes ethics, fosters positive attitudes, builds competence, and increases the credibility and recognition of coaches.
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For more information, contact:
Coaching Association of Canada
613.235.5000 x 2382