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Sport Law’s “Advancing your Game Training Series” will be offered throughout the year to sport leaders. Training topics have included good governance, leadership development, strategic planning, business planning, event management and marketing, legal issues, social media, and communications.

Each training is hosted by one or more members of Sport Law on a topic of importance to the Canadian sport community. We record our trainings. Previous training recordings can be obtained here.

Upcoming Training

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Past Trainings

How to support others when life turns sideways

October 18, 2022 - 12 PM EST

A review of healthy and healing coping practices to better support staff, coaches and athletes through life transitions.

Webinar – Tuesday, October 18 at 12 NOON EST – Registration is $40 + HST.

Sport is facing unparalleled levels of scrutiny, significant changes in public expectation, and a growing number of safe sport issues. As the leaders, coaches and athletes continue to navigate these complex environments, some are retiring prematurely while others are pausing due to stress and anxiety. Leaders in sport need to better understand how to support self and others during these volatile times.

Specifically, the webinar will address:

  • Why is sport so volatile and what can I do about it?
  • What are healthy coping practices and how can I better advocate for myself and others?
  • What can I do when I see someone suffering?
  • What might be a better way to proactively prevent needless suffering?

Join Sport Law Partner and Integral CoachTM Dina Bell-Laroche as she shares her significant experience on ways sport leaders, coaches and athletes can advocate for healthy and healing coping practices and ways to proactively address some of the outdated assumptions and beliefs that are contributing to a depleted sector.

Register now for this webinar.

Sport Law has been providing strategic insight to the Canadian sport community since 1992. We are accessible, affordable, and highly skilled, bringing unparalleled experience and common sense to every project.

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For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca

Grief and Loss Essentials Workshop

Tuesday, September 27 - 9AM-5PM EST

Our current culture is grief and mourning phobic, and does not invite people to recognize, honour, and express their grief. This mindset translates to different domains where we are too often encouraged to stay strong, be brave, and focus on the future. This leaves the bereaved person feeling disenfranchised and needlessly isolated and can lead to unnecessary anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and burnout. As the current bereavement model treats loss from a clinical perspective, many are left floundering as they attempt to navigate the wilderness of their grief. Too often grievers are encouraged and rewarded to be stoic, pushing through the loss to focus on the next win, the next competition, and the next goal. We must do better.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Understanding grief and loss and important thanatological theories
  • Understanding the impact of grief and the many ways people cope
  • Exploring myths
  • Honing your capacity to better support people through loss
  • Inspiring change – creating more loss literacy in your profession

What’s Included:

  • A welcoming learning environment from a compassionate, skillful, and grief and loss informed facilitator and grief coach
  • A workbook and a list of resources to support your ongoing loss literacy efforts
  • Connecting with others who want to learn about grief and loss
  • A certificate of completion

The workshop will run from 9AM-5PM EST, on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

Please note the registration fee for this event is $495 + HST.

To register, click here.

For more information on the workshop, please contact Dina Bell-Laroche at DBLaroche@sportlaw.ca.

The Evolution of Safe Sport in Canada - An Introduction to the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner

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La version française suit si dessous.

A review of the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner and the evolution of independent Safe Sport mechanisms in Canada.

Webinar - Wednesday, September 7 at 12 NOON EST – Registration is free.

This session will be offered in French on September 22 at 12 NOON EST (see below).

The creation of the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC) is a significant development in Canadian sport. As the system under OSIC comes online, sport organizations are faced with questions about the new process and what it means for their organization and their members. This webinar introduces OSIC and the associated process under this new division of the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada.

Specifically, the webinar will address:

  • What are the key components under OSIC?
  • What does it mean to become a Program Signatory?
  • What must an NSO do to comply with the OSIC process and procedures?
  • How are different types of complaints to be reported?
  • Application to PTO’s and other organizations

Join lawyer Will Russell as he considers the requirements and implications of OSIC for NSOs, their athletes, coaches, and members.

This webinar will help you deepen your understanding of the basics of OSIC, allowing sports to successfully navigate the implementation of this new Safe Sport mechanism.

Register now for this complimentary webinar.

For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca


Participez au nouveau webinaire de Sport Law "L'évolution de la sécurité dans le sport au Canada - Une introduction au Bureau du commissaire à l'intégrité du sport".

Un aperçu du Bureau du commissaire à l'intégrité du sport et de l'évolution des mécanismes indépendants pour la sécurité dans le sport au Canada.

Webinaire - jeudi 22 septembre à 12 h HNE - L'inscription est gratuite.

Cette session sera offerte en anglais le 7 septembre à 12 h HNE.

La création du Bureau du commissaire à l'intégrité du sport (BCIS) est un développement important dans le sport canadien. Au moment où le système du CISO entre en ligne, les organismes de sport sont pris par des questions sur le nouveau processus et ce qu'il signifie pour leur organisme et leurs membres. Ce webinaire présente le BCIS et le processus associé à cette nouvelle division du Centre de règlement des différends sportifs du Canada.

Plus précisément, le webinaire abordera les questions suivantes

  • Quels sont les éléments principaux du programme BCIS ?
  • Qu'est-ce que cela signifie de devenir un signataire du programme ?
  • Que doit faire un ONS pour se conformer au processus et aux procédures du BCIS ?
  • Quels sont les différents types de plaintes qui doivent être signalés ?
  • Application aux OPT et autres organisations

Rejoignez Alfredo Munoz alors qu'il examine les exigences et les implications du BCIS pour les ONSs, leurs athlètes, leurs entraîneurs et leurs membres. 

Ce webinaire vous aidera à mieux comprendre les bases du BCIS, permettant aux sports de naviguer avec succès dans la mise en œuvre de ce nouveau mécanisme de sécurité du sport.

Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant à ce webinaire gratuit.

Sport Law fournit des conseils stratégiques à la communauté sportive canadienne depuis 1992. Nous sommes accessibles, abordables et hautement qualifiés, apportant une expérience inégalée et du bon sens à chaque projet.

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Pour plus d'informations sur le webinaire, veuillez contacter Taylor Matthews à l'adresse tmatthews@sportlaw.ca.

Virtual Sport Leaders Retreat: Information Session

August 10, 2022 - 12PM EST

Join Lauren Brett, for a free one-hour webinar to learn more about Sport Law's Virtual Sport Leaders Retreat experience this fall and understand how you can get involved.

Due to the demand for customized and sport specific leadership development training for sport leaders, Sport Law will be offering two Virtual Sport Leaders Retreats this fall. Since 2017, dozens of sport leaders have taken this leadership training and have expressed their appreciation for the transformative impact it has had on them personally and professionally. During these trainings leaders will increase self-awareness through the NOVA Profile Assessment Tool to create a new way to be in relationships with themselves, their coworkers, staff, and the people in their life.

The Virtual Sport Leaders Retreat for fall 2022 is coming up soon!

  • Administrators Edition – October 7 - December 2, 2022
  • Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition – October 13 - December 15, 2022

Both will incorporate relevant teachings to expand participants’ understanding of leading and coaching in the 21st century. This virtual design will allow you to integrate the teachings in a more practical and pace-sensitive manner. Learn more about the upcoming retreats here.

For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS WEBINAR

Virtual Sport Leaders Retreat: Fall 2022

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Due to the demand for customized and sport-specific leadership development training for sport leaders, Sport Law will be offering two Virtual Sport Leaders Retreats this fall. Since 2017, dozens of sport leaders have taken this leadership training and have expressed their appreciation for the transformative impact it has had on them personally and professionally.

In the words of Jodie Bierko, National High-Performance Skating Coach and Certified Integral Professional Coach, “the Sport Leaders Retreat had a transformative impact on me by providing a high trust environment for personal and professional growth while offering a unique setting to connect with other likeminded sport leaders across the country. This also allowed me to hit the reset button with a good reminder to slow down and utilize my strengths, and how to communicate effectively with a mindful, more wholehearted approach. It is a powerful and highly valuable sport leadership program.”

Administrators Edition – October 7 - December 2, 2022

Coaches and Technical Leaders EditionOctober 13 - December 15, 2022

Both will incorporate relevant teachings to expand participants’ understanding of leading and coaching in the 21st century. This virtual design will allow you to integrate the teachings in a more practical and pace-sensitive manner.

Leaders will:

  • Increase self-awareness through the NOVA Profile Assessment Tool. Create a new way to be in relationship with yourself, your co-workers and staff and the people in your life.
  • Identify a leadership topic that you want to explore more intentionally and formalize this through a coaching program, with metaphors to support your transformation.
  • Become deeply attuned and aligned to your personal values, purpose, and the work you do, to more effectively create and lead your teams. Build emotional intelligence and the capacity to lead with authenticity and heart.
  • Participate in group discussions during our virtual leadership huddles and walk away with practical tips that you can practice in between sessions.
  • Work through ‘real life’ situations and strengthen your understanding of the NOVA Profile in dyad conversations.
  • Learn how to communicate in a manner that respects your preferences and that of others.
  • Learn how to cultivate high-trust environments and find creative ways to bring people together.
  • Discuss diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in the context of coaching the 21st-century athlete.
  • Identify and practice approaches to deal with conflict in a healthier and more inclusive manner.

The Experience: We’re looking for motivated individuals committed to positive change through sport … people who are longing for a better way to lead … people who want to bring elevated levels of consciousness into their work … and people who are ready to challenge outdated mindsets. We need to create brave spaces to help sport thrive. And we need brave leaders to join us. 

Dates:

There will be two One-on-One coaching sessions as well as five 4-hour group learning sessions.

Administrators Edition:

  • One-on-One: September 2022
  • Group sessions: Fridays from 11 am to 3 pm EST - October 7 + 21, November 4 + 18, December 2
  • One-on-One: December 2022
  • For more information on the Administrators Edition please click here.

Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition:

  • One-on-One: September/October 2022
  • Group sessions: Thursdays from 11 am to 3 pm EST – October 13 + 27, November 17, December 1 + 15
  • One-on-One: December 2022/January 2023
  • For more information on the Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition please click here.

The Investment:

Administrators Edition:

  • Early Bird Price: $2495 + HST until August 8, 2022
  • Regular Price: $2995 + HST after August 8, 2022
  • Deadline to apply: September 6, 2022

Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition:

  • Early Bird Price: $2500 + HST until August 15, 2022
  • Regular Price: $2995 + HST after August 15, 2022
  • Deadline to apply: September 12, 2022

Lauren Brett will be your guide … a former national team athlete, award-winning sport coach and former Executive Director of a prominent performing arts Not-for-Profit organization, who has spent the past three decades honing her own leadership skills. As an accredited Professional Coach with the International Coach Federation, Lauren is uniquely positioned to serve as your guide in your ‘climb or a lifetime’. throughout this program.  You will learn and grow from each other’s contributions, walk away inspired to tackle your leadership challenges through fresh eyes and a renewed sense of possibility, and feel more connected to your purpose.

This is the kind of leadership development that is needed to sustain us during these dark times … a more humanistic approach to life and leadership … a more wholehearted approach to restore us once the pandemic is behind us.

Please confirm your intent to participate by emailing Lauren at lbrett@sportlaw.ca. A registration form will be sent to you. Once we received your completed registration form an invoice will be issued. Installment plans are available if required. Financial assistance may be available. Please reach out for a conversation.

If you have questions, please reach out to Lauren Brett at lbrett@sportlaw.ca

Grief and Loss Essentials Workshop

Friday, June 24 - 9AM-5PM

Our current culture is grief and mourning phobic, and does not invite people to recognize, honour, and express their grief. This mindset translates to different domains where we are too often encouraged to stay strong, be brave, and focus on the future. This leaves the bereaved person feeling disenfranchised and needlessly isolated and can lead to unnecessary anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and burn-out. As the current bereavement model treats loss from a clinical perspective, many are left floundering as they attempt to navigate the wilderness of their grief. Too often grievers are encouraged and rewarded to be stoic, pushing through the loss to focus on the next win, the next competition, the next goal. We must do better.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Understanding grief and loss and important thanatological theories
  • Understanding the impact of grief and the many ways people cope
  • Exploring myths
  • Honing your capacity to better support people through loss
  • Inspiring change – creating more loss literacy in your profession

What's included:

  • A welcoming learning environment from a compassionate, skillful, and grief and loss informed facilitator and grief coach
  • A workbook and a list of resources to support your ongoing loss literacy efforts
  • Connecting with others who want to learn about grief and loss
  • A certificate of completion

The workshop will run from 9AM-5PM EST, on Friday, June 24, 2022.

Please note the registration fee for this event is $495 + HST.

To register, click here.

For more information on the workshop, please contact Dina Bell-Laroche at DBLaroche@sportlaw.ca

A Way Forward Webinar Series: Management by Values

Tuesday, May 17 - 12PM EST

Are you interested in learning how to manage by values? Are you curious about how to measure culture? Are you wondering how to walk the talk with respect to bringing your values to life? Sport Law has been at the leading edge of values-driven management and leadership practices since 1992. This webinar will help you deepen your understanding of a holistic and modern-day management approach that elevates your measurement beyond money and medals. 

To understand more about Sport Law’s Management by Values philosophy, click here.

Join Sport Law Partner, Dina Bell-Laroche, as she demystifies our current cultural landscape and equips you with practical solutions and a roadmap to get you started. 

This webinar includes:

  • An e-copy of Dina’s book Values-in-Action: Igniting passion and purpose in sport organizations
  • A brief introduction to Management by Values
  • Practical solutions to bring your values to life

Register now for this webinar.

Please note the registration fee for this event is $40 + HST.

For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca

A Way Forward Webinar Series: Executive Leadership Solutions

April 20, 2022 - 12 PM EST

Sport Law has expanded our executive services to support sport leaders and Board of Directors in their recruitment efforts. Sport Law is here to seamlessly help you through your leadership transitions in hiring the next CEO/Executive Director and interim leadership solutions. Increasingly, sport organizations are asking for comprehensive and holistic solutions to help them recruit candidates that align with the organization’s culture. Through our innovative partnership with NOVA Global, Sport Law can assist the hiring committee by crafting a relevant job description, assessing the fit of each candidate, and complementing existing recruitment practices.

Sport Law offers a continuum of recruitment strategies to ensure your organization’s investment is protected including coordinating the administrative process, vetting the candidates, organizing the resumés, and creating an evaluation matrix to support enhanced decision-making. We also know that sometimes things don’t work out as planned and organizations need a senior leader to manage the affairs of the organization during a disruption. Our interim executive leadership solutions include providing leadership stability to staff, ensuring fiscal commitments are maintained, liaising with the Board of Directors, and providing ongoing communications to members and registered participants.

Join Sport Law Partners, Steve Indig and Dina Bell-Laroche, as well as Melissa Knox for this one-hour webinar on how to improve your executive leadership solutions.

Webinar objectives:

  • Discuss the potential solutions to best navigate executive leadership transitions
  • Address considerations in the design of the executive recruitment process
  • Explore comprehensive and holistic solutions for recruitment with NOVA Global

Register now for this webinar.

Please note the registration fee for this event is $40 + HST.

A Way Forward Webinar Series: Social Media Policies

March 17, 2022 - 12:00PM EST

How to Effectively Develop and Apply Social Media Policies

Social media use is abundant today, especially as COVID restrictions have moved much of our personal and professional lives online. Many sport organizations have found increased visibility and other benefits from a strong online presence; however, missteps in communication using online platforms by employees, board members, coaches, and athletes can have significant negative implications for everyone involved.

Issues may arise through improper content posted through official branded channels or on the personal accounts of any individuals associated with a sport organization.

Join Will Russell, Sport Lawyer, for this one-hour webinar that will expand on his most recent blog and dive deeper into how sport organizations can effectively develop and apply social media policies to help manage and mitigate risk.

Webinar objectives:

  • Address important considerations in developing or revising social policies
  • Assess the application of social media policies in sport
  • Discuss potential issues and complexities when pursuing violations of social media policies

For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca

Please note the registration fee for this event is $40 + HST.

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS WEBINAR

A Way Forward Webinar Series: Challenging Your Assumptions

March 4, 2022 - 12-Noon EST

A Way to Build Trust and Create Healthy Relationships

We all have assumptions of the people with whom we are in relationship.  Many times, we assume things about others without ever asking them what is in their heart.  What goes into an assumption is fascinating – the split-second judgments we make are lightning quick and often wholly unfounded. That is a relationship killer.  Our assumptions are often based on our own experiences, perceptions and limiting beliefs.

This one-hour webinar will help you examine the unspoken assumptions that are perpetuated in your personal life and in workplace culture. These assumptions have a direct impact on morale and motivation, as well as our ability to be in good relationship with ourselves and others.

Webinar objectives:

  • Recognize how assumptions are formed
  • Differentiate between “fact” and “story”
  • Managing your emotions
  • Develop language to clear assumptions and navigate towards purposeful conversations

Join Lauren Brett, Integral Coach and Facilitator of Sport Law’s spring Sport Leaders Retreat to explore this much needed leadership wisdom. For those interested, there are still seats available for our next leadership retreats. Find out more here.

For more information on the webinar, please contact Taylor Matthews at tmatthews@sportlaw.ca

Please note the registration fee for this event is $40 + HST.

Virtual Sport Leaders Retreats

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Due to the demand for customized and sport specific leadership development training for sport leaders, Sport Law will be offering two Virtual Sport Leaders Retreats this spring. Since 2017, dozens of sport leaders have taken this leadership training and have expressed their appreciation for the transformative impact it has had on them personally and professionally.

Administrators Edition – April to June 2022

Coaches and Technical Leaders EditionMay to July 2022

Both will incorporate relevant teachings to expand participants’ understanding of leading and coaching in the 21st century. This virtual design will allow you to integrate the teachings in a more practical and pace-sensitive manner.

Leaders will:

  • Increase self-awareness through the NOVA Profile Assessment Tool. Create a new way to be in relationship with yourself, your co-workers and staff and the people in your life.
  • Identify a leadership topic that you want to explore more intentionally and formalize this through a coaching program, with metaphors to support your transformation.
  • Become deeply attuned and aligned to your personal values, purpose, and the work you do, to more effectively create and lead your teams. Build emotional intelligence and the capacity to lead with authenticity and heart.
  • Participate in group discussions during our virtual leadership huddles and walk away with practical tips that you can practice in between sessions
  • Work through ‘real life’ situations and strengthen your understanding of the NOVA Profile in dyad conversations
  • Learn how to communicate in a manner that respects your preferences and that of others
  • Learn how to cultivate high trust environments and to find creative ways to bring people together
  • Discuss diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in the context of coaching the 21st century athlete
  • Identify and practice approaches to deal with conflict in a healthier and more inclusive manner

The Experience: We’re looking for motivated individuals committed to positive change through sport … people who are longing for a better way to lead … people who want to bring elevated levels of consciousness into their work … and people who are ready to challenge outdated mindsets. We need to create brave spaces to help sport thrive. And we need brave leaders to join us. 

Dates:

There will be two One-on-One coaching sessions as well as five 4-hour group learning sessions.

Administrators Edition:

  • One-on-One: March/April 2022
  • Group sessions: Fridays from 11 am to 3 pm EST – April 22, May 6, May 20, June 3, June 17, 2022
  • One-on-One: June 2022

For more information on the Administrators Edition please click here.

Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition:

  • One-on-One: April 2022
  • Group sessions: Fridays from 11 am to 3 pm EST – May 13, May 27, June 10, June 24, July 8
  • One-on-One: July 2022

For more information on the Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition please click here.

The Investment:

Administrators Edition:

  • Early Bird Price: $2500 + HST until February 24, 2022
  • Regular Price: $2995 + HST after February 24, 2022
  • Deadline to apply: March 10, 2022

Coaches and Technical Leaders Edition:

  • Early Bird Price: $2500 + HST until March 10, 2022
  • Regular Price: $2995 + HST after March 10, 2022
  • Deadline to apply: April 14, 2022

Lauren Brett will be your guide … a former national team athlete, award-winning sport coach and former Executive Director of a prominent performing arts Not-for-Profit organization, who has spent the past three decades honing her own leadership skills. As an accredited Professional Coach with the International Coach Federation, Lauren is uniquely positioned to serve as your guide in your ‘climb or a lifetime’. throughout this program.  You will learn and grow from each other’s contributions, walk away inspired to tackle your leadership challenges through fresh eyes and a renewed sense of possibility, and feel more connected to your purpose.

This is the kind of leadership development that is needed to sustain us during these dark times … a more humanistic approach to life and leadership … a more wholehearted approach to restore us once the pandemic is behind us.

Please confirm your intent to participate by emailing Lauren at lbrett@sportlaw.ca. A registration form will be sent to you. Once we received your completed registration form an invoice will be issued. Installment plans are available if required.

If you have questions, please reach out to Lauren Brett at lbrett@sportlaw.ca

Ontario Not-For-Profit Act Webinar – hosted by Steven Indig

October 27, 2021 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

After becoming an official act of the Ontario legislature in 2010, the ONCA will finally received Royal Proclamation by the Lieutenant Governor on October 19, 2021.  All not-for-profit Ontario sport organizations will need to become compliant with the ONCA by October 2024. Unlike its predecessor, the Ontario Corporations Act (“OCA”), the ONCA will exclusively govern all incorporated not-for-profit organizations in Ontario, including sport organizations. Back in 2017, due to the delays in proclaiming the ONCA, the provincial government passed the Cutting Unnecessary Red Tape Act which amended the OCA to include some of the proposed changes in the ONCA. As a result, many organizations in Ontario may have already begun the process of becoming ONCA-compliant.

Now that the ONCA will finally take force, it means that all of the impending changes that sport organizations had to do in order to be compliant with the new legislation are now imminent.

Webinar Objectives

  • Understanding the most recent changes in ONCA (that affect organizations that have more than one type of membership)
  • Understanding who has the right to vote and who doesn’t, among membership categories
  • Understanding of Bylaw, policy, rules and regulation changes required
  • Understanding of steps required to ensure compliance by end of 3-year transition period

For more information on the webinar, please contact Steven Indig at sji@sportlaw.ca

Please note the registration fee for this event is $40.

To register and learn more about the ONCA and how your organization can comply with the (about to be new) law, you are invited to register for this webinar, by clicking the link below.

Grief and Loss Literacy Workshop

December 8, 2021 - 9:00 AM

Our current culture is grief and mourning phobic, and does not invite people to recognize, honour, and express their grief. This mindset translates to different domains where we are too often encouraged to stay strong, be brave, and focus on the future. This leaves the bereaved person feeling disenfranchised and needlessly isolated and can lead to unnecessary anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and burn-out. As the current bereavement model treats loss from a clinical perspective, many are left floundering as they attempt to navigate the wilderness of their grief. Too often grievers are encouraged and rewarded to be stoic, pushing through the loss to focus on the next win, the next competition, the next goal. We must do better.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Understanding grief and loss and important thanatological theories
  • Understanding the impact of grief and the many ways people cope
  • Exploring myths
  • Honing your capacity to better support people through loss
  • Inspiring change – creating more loss literacy in your profession

What’s Included:

  • A welcoming learning environment from a compassionate, skillful, and grief and loss informed facilitator and grief coach
  • A workbook and a list of resources to support your ongoing loss literacy efforts
  • Connecting with others who want to learn about grief and loss
  • A certificate of completion

The workshop will run from 9am-5pm EST, Wednesday, December 8, 2021.

Please note the registration fee for this event is $500 + HST.

To Register click here.

For more information, please contact Dina Bell-Laroche at 613-591-1246 or 613-294-4118 or dbl@sportlaw.ca

NOVA Recruiting

Sept 29, 2021 - 12:00 PM

In a virtual environment, hiring the right person can seem daunting. Sport Law is here to help.

The NOVA Profile Job Recruitment Process can be used to support the Hiring Committee in crafting job descriptions that clearly communicate what the role requires and that aligns with the organization’s values. In addition, we help to ensure that the skills and competencies required of the new hire are prioritized so the Hiring Committee can better determine the best fit among candidates.

The process is guided by an Integral Coach who can support the Hiring Committee by providing them with examples of powerful questions to ask of each of the top candidates. Beyond traditional ways of checking references and reviewing resumés, the NOVA Profile Job Recruitment Process provides a refreshing and rigorous way to connect with your candidates. And for organizations that have already integrated the NOVA Profile within their culture, this becomes a great way to ‘onboard’ new people to create faster synergy.

Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!

Mar 26, 2021 - 12:00PM

Sport Law has launched Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!  free online sessions with real time advice for sport leaders from Partners Steven Indig and Dina Bell-Laroche. The intention is to give back to the sport community that we been serving since 1992 by providing effective measures to deal with what might be keeping them up at night.  In light of current world events, this week's conversation will remain flexible, based on questions from participants, and hopefully leave sport leaders feeling informed and inspired to put in place measures to manage COVID-19.

Who: Sport leaders who have questions about all things sport management including legal matters, employment, crisis, governance, financial, risk management, communications, and so much more.  Registration is on a first come first serve basis and will have a maximum of 100 participants.

Flow: Each conversation will begin with the Partners welcoming everyone and offering a few comments on something topical that is affecting the sport community. They will then move into providing listeners with an opportunity to ask a question or share a perspective that they would like some advice on. Dina and Steve will create a safe and engaging environment for the listeners to address some very specific topics that will most certainly benefit the entire group.

Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!

Feb 24, 2021 - 12:00PM

Sport Law has launched Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!  free online sessions with real time advice for sport leaders from Partners Steven Indig and Dina Bell-Laroche. The intention is to give back to the sport community that we have been serving since 1992 by providing effective measures to deal with what might be keeping them up at night.  In light of current world events, this week's conversation will remain flexible, based on questions from participants, and hopefully leave sport leaders feeling informed and inspired to put in place measures to manage COVID-19.

Who: Sport leaders who have questions about all things sport management including legal matters, employment, crisis, governance, financial, risk management, communications, and so much more.  Registration is on a first come first serve basis and will have a maximum of 100 participants.

Flow: Each conversation will begin with the Partners welcoming everyone and offering a few comments on something topical that is affecting the sport community. They will then move into providing listeners with an opportunity to ask a question or share a perspective that they would like some advice on. Dina and Steve will create a safe and engaging environment for the listeners to address some very specific topics that will most certainly benefit the entire group.

Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!

Jan 20, 2021 - 12:00PM

Sport Law has launched Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!  free online sessions with real time advice for sport leaders from Partners Steven Indig and Dina Bell-Laroche. The intention is to give back to the sport community that we have been serving since 1992 by providing effective measures to deal with what might be keeping them up at night.  In light of current world events, this week's conversation will remain flexible, based on questions from participants, and hopefully leave sport leaders feeling informed and inspired to put in place measures to manage COVID-19.

Who: Sport leaders who have questions about all things sport management including legal matters, employment, crisis, governance, financial, risk management, communications, and so much more.  Registration is on a first come first serve basis and will have a maximum of 100 participants.

Flow: Each conversation will begin with the Partners welcoming everyone and offering a few comments on something topical that is affecting the sport community. They will then move into providing listeners with an opportunity to ask a question or share a perspective that they would like some advice on. Dina and Steve will create a safe and engaging environment for the listeners to address some very specific topics that will most certainly benefit the entire group.

Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!

Dec 9, 2020 - 12:00PM

Sport Law has launched Conversation Matters: You Ask, We Share!  free online sessions with real time advice for sport leaders from Partners Steven Indig and Dina Bell-Laroche. The intention is to give back to the sport community that we have been serving since 1992 by providing effective measures to deal with what might be keeping them up at night.  In light of current world events, this week's conversation will remain flexible, based on questions from participants, and hopefully leave sport leaders feeling informed and inspired to put in place measures to manage COVID-19.

Who: Sport leaders who have questions about all things sport management including legal matters, employment, crisis, governance, financial, risk management, communications, and so much more.  Registration is on a first come first serve basis and will have a maximum of 100 participants.

Flow: Each conversation will begin with the Partners welcoming everyone and offering a few comments on something topical that is affecting the sport community. They will then move into providing listeners with an opportunity to ask a question or share a perspective that they would like some advice on. Dina and Steve will create a safe and engaging environment for the listeners to address some very specific topics that will most certainly benefit the entire group.

Let's resolve your challenges and realize your vision
together.
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