Janet Hyslop, coach of the Kenora Swimming Sharks, is among 12 coaches from across the country who will be participating in an upcoming female coaching leadership workshop entitled "Taking the Stage".

This training, is designed specially to help female coaches view leadership through the lens of communication --supporting them to develop the skills needed to be seen as strong, confident leaders.

The workshop will have coach participants from six provinces gathering for an intense two-day seminar.

The program is designed as a tool to help the development of coaches working in both the Olympic and Paralympic programs.

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