Upcoming Webinars

 

May 16, 2018 

Topic: From Vision to Action, Creating your Strategic Blueprint for Success; Speaker: Julien LeBlanc, Blueprint Management Consultants

Join us to learn about the methodology of the strategic process and how to design a robust plan that has a vision, strategies, actions and tactics with accountability. Julien will discuss four critical aspects of the strategic planning process:

  • Start with why – Your vision and rally cry matters!
  • Going from the what is to the what could be – Analysis
  • When you say yes, what are you saying no too – Prioritization
  • Rallying the troops – Communication and Accountability

 TO REGISTER: From Vision to Action, Creating your Strategic Blueprint for Success

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Recent Webinar Series

Welcome to the Ottawa  Sport Council Video Podcast Community Sport Education Initiative!

These three education modules – How to FacebookGovernance- Building your Best Board, and Volunteer Management- have been developed through the generous support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. 

Each module starts with an introduction segment and then is followed by 3-5 additional segments. Each segment is about 15 minutes in length.

For each module, there is an accompanying PowerPoint document.

Each module can be viewed in its entirety (60-75 minutes) or viewed segment by segment.