Thursday, Jan 4, 2018
Olympic medalist at BC Sports Leadership Con Jan 14
Ian Esplen, Volleyball BC
Rick Hansen at a former BC Sports Leadership Conference.
he fourth annual BC Sport Leadership Conference is scheduled for January 14, 2018, in Richmond B.C.
The conference is an excellent opportunity to learn skills that are applicable to various aspects of your life from feature presenters, three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Jennifer Botterill, five-time Olympian, Natalie Cook, Olympic Bronze Medal winning coach, Terry Liskevych, softball coach extraordinaire, Cindy Bristow and chair of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association, Dr. Adrienne Leslie-Toogood.
we scheduled the speakers for this year’s conference we
tried to make sure we had something for everyone," said
Chris Densmore, Volleyball BC, CEO. "I highly recommend to
PSO sports organizations, non-profits and other professional
organizations that you not only consider sending any coaches
you know, but also refer an
Registration to date is ahead of last year’s pace, so don’t miss out on the chance to learn for five exceptional leaders and network with more than 200 like-minded people.
“We’re in our fourth year now, and every year we’ve seen growth in the attendance, as well as, incorporated attendee’s feedback along the way,” Densmore said. “This year’s presenter list is our best yet and will surely give attendees some skills that they will be able to use as leaders in their workplace, leaders in their household and leaders in their community.”
Listen to authorities talk about how to inspire younger athletes including 3-time Olympic gold medalist.
This year’s conference will be held at the Richmond Conference Centre, Sheraton Vancouver Airport – 7551 Westminster Highway, Richmond, B.C. Registration closes on January 8th, with the cost of the conference being $150 dollars per person. Register here.
The 2018 Schedule is as follows:
you’d like to speak with the conference organizer, Chris
Volleyball BC CEO, Chris Densmore or a representative
from the conference for an article or TV/radio show
appearance, please contact Ian Esplen via e-mail
604 291 2327.
For more details on the conference and speakers visit bcsportconference.ca