Inside Coaching - August 2015
How Coaches can Create Balanced Lives
Balance, recovery, and time off are just as important for coaches as they are for athletes. This Coaches planarticle provides valuable insights and 4 tips for striking a balance between life, coaching, work, and anything else you’ve got on the go. This, and much more in the latest issue of Coaches planmagazine.
On the heel of the Men’s 4x100m disqualification at TORONTO 2015, head coach Peter Eriksson, ChPC, shares his tips on breaking bad news to athletes and keeping things positive. Change your game with our latest tips from coaches at the Pan Am Games, the Special Olympics World Games, and the Parapan Am Games.
In just over a month, Canada will be celebrating its coaches during National #CoachesWeek! Find out what events – from NCCP workshops to awards galas – are taking place from September 19th to the 27th in your region. Follow the link below and select the “Find an Event” buttton to begin your search now!
From speakers like John Herdman and Jennifer Botterill, to professional development opportunities and sharing best practices with your peers, there are many reasons to attend the 2015 Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif conference in Winnipeg. Learn more about the conference and save $125 by registering before September 30th.
The Canadian Journal for Women in Coaching provides timely, accurate, targeted information to aid in creating a healthier and more positive environment for women coaches. We are now accepting submissions of abstracts for Journal publications between July 2016 and April 2017. For submission guidelines, please click the link below.
The TORONTO 2015 Parapan Am Games are in full swing! Get to know the coaches, be inspired by their coaching tips, discover the value they see in the NCCP, and find out what a medal means to them. Browse coach profiles from TORONTO 2015 on coach.ca.
The Coaching Association of Canada is pleased to report on a productive and successful 2014-2015 year. Along with our partners, we continued to enhance the development, delivery, and promotion of world-class coach education in Canada. Click the link below to learn more about the CAC’s achievements in 2014-2015.
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Published on: 2015-08-12 by CBF Staff
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