OCC Webinar Series – Learning to Win

When:
November 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2018-11-14T19:00:00-05:00
2018-11-14T20:30:00-05:00
Where:
Webinar
Cost:
$19.99 + HST
Contact:
Andrea Ronnebeck
807-466-8351

EVERY CHAMPION WAS ONCE A CONTENDER THAT REFUSED TO GIVE UP!!!

In this presentation we will be looking at what it takes to make a winner?  The role of dreams-belief & achievement in this process are examined.  What kills dreams- expectations, fear, & risk are the major culprits, but can be controlled by learning to harness & adopt change, aggression, & courage.  Preparation is discussed at length in this webinar as well as focus/ concentration/ intensity.  The development of talent & skills through practice techniques, teamwork & competition show the right path to success & learning to win.  Other topics covered in this session will be the roles of: attention to detail, dealing w/ pressure, smart practice, confidence, multi-tasking, passion, energy & enthusiasm.  Goal setting, attitude, responsibility & desire will also be addressed.  Learning to win is a difficult concept for many, but once learned not to be forgotten or left behind!

About the Presenter:  Maurice Wilson

Maurice Wilson has coached for 40 years in various sports from fast-pitch softball at a national level, to basketball, soccer, track & field, cricket and ice hockey at a senior level.  He is an NCCP Competition Development certified coach & evaluator for Curling and has coached 17 teams to the provincials and 5 to nationals.

The teams he has coached have won titles at the Bantam provincials in 2001, Juniors in 2003, OUA’s in 2011, 2012, 2014 and CIS nationals in 2011 & 2012.  He was the recipient of the Asham Coaching Award in 2003 & 2004 for provincials accomplishments and CIS Coach of the Year in 2011 & 2012.  In 2012 the team he was coaching won gold at the Karuizawa International Curling championship in Japan.  Maurice is also very active in the curling community as a Provincial High Performance Coach since 2006 and a provincial Learning Facilitator and evaluator since 2005.  He has been a part of the Next Gen program has a mentor coach for the past two seasons & as a coach in the program previously to that experience.

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