Former Canadian Olympians, Jason Dorland and Robyn Meagher, challenge us to be our best selves in school, sports, work and life.
SUCCESS REDEFINED: Break out of Convention to Prepare for your Child's Performance, Well-being and Success
The annual KCS Encouraging Dialogue Speaker Series continues on October 24 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. hosted at Kingsway College School, 4600 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke.
Join Jason Dorland and Robyn Meagher, former Canadian Olympians, as they provide practical tips on how we can coach our children through their successes and failures, with greater acceptance and fulfillment.
Register now for this FREE event open to the public. Students in grade 9 and older are welcome.
About Jason Dorland
Jason Dorland identified himself based on the results of his rowing competitions. It took a devastating loss as a member of the defending National Team in 1988 and support from future wife and Olympian Robyn Meagher to help re-shape reshape his views on what it truly means to win – in sport and in life. Jason returned to university for a degree in Education before teaching high school and coaching Championship rowing teams for fifteen years.
About Robyn Meagher
Robyn’s running career spans 17 years and includes many accomplishments as a member of the Canadian National Team. After retiring, Robyn earned her Masters in Education and opened a practice as a Registered Clinical Counselor and a Health and Performance Coach.