Blog posts by Kathy Hare

Managing Your Sport Organization Through COVID-19 Updated!

19/05/2020 by Kathy Hare
As this is a rapidly changing environment, the information contained in this summary document may not be the most up to date and we have used best efforts to provide the most accurate information available at the time of writing.  Please fo ...

Managing Your Sport Organization In The COVID-19 Environment

26/03/2020 by Kathy Hare
As this is a rapidly changing environment, the information contained in this summary document may not be the most up to date and we have used best efforts to provide the most accurate information available at the time of writing.  Please fo ...

Auditing the Auditors

29/10/2018 by Kathy Hare
Over the past number of months, I have been working with several clients to realign their financial management systems, bring their daily financial management in-house, and conduct exhaustive reviews of their financial data.  It has been an ...

Audit time is just around the corner. Are you ready?

09/12/2017 by Kathy Hare
Whether your organization’s year-end is December 31, March 31, or some other time during the year, the annual audit is always a source of stress for organizations. It’s that time of the year when your organization is put under a microscope ...

What is a Parliamentarian and why sport organizations need one

06/06/2017 by Kathy Hare
Recently I completed a course on parliamentary procedure with the University of Wisconsin and proudly updated my LinkedIn profile to announce my status as a newly minted Parliamentarian and member of the National Association of Parliamentar ...

Financial Literacy – What is it and Who needs it?

10/05/2017 by Kathy Hare
In sport, we often talk about physical literacy as “the mastering of fundamental movement skills and fundamental sport skills that permit a child to read their environment and make appropriate decisions, allowing them to move confidently an ...

Human Resources – Challenges and Pitfalls in Managing this Vital Resource

06/04/2015 by Kathy Hare
People are the lifeblood of any organization whether they are paid staff, Directors, or volunteers. Without their passion and commitment, many of the best-laid plans would go to waste. These vital resources constitute a key area of many org ...

Under the Microscope in More Ways than One!

10/06/2014 by Kathy Hare
It seems that everywhere we turn, not for profits and charities are being put under more and more scrutiny. Whether this is warranted or not remains up for debate but rest assured, this level of oversight is not about to let up any time soo ...

CASL Part II - What it Means for RCAAAs

12/05/2014 by Kathy Hare
Building on the March 25 posting by LeeAnn Cupidio, we wanted to delve a little further into the somewhat confusing situation faced by Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Associations (RCAAAs) regarding the applicability of the Canada’s An ...

The Ins and Outs of Unpaid Intern Positions

01/04/2014 by Kathy Hare
With the summer intern recruitment push now upon us, this might be a good time to get some clarification on the status of unpaid internships. An internship position is meant to provide practical on-the-job training by the employer for the b ...
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