Upcoming Webinars

April 18, 2018 

Topic: Sport for Development- Using Sport to Address Community Issues; Speaker: Bob Elliott

 For many years sport has unintentionally helped to address social issues in Canada.  Over the past 10 years or so forward thinking sport organizers have started develop and carry out programs that intentionally use sport for a number of social objectives.  This webinar will discuss the rationale for and provide examples of how programs across Canada can address community issues.

 TO REGISTER: Sport for Development- Using Sport to Address Community Issues  


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


Recent Webinars

Financial Management Best Practices for Community Sport Organizations

Date: March 21, 2018

Speaker: Christa Casey

Partner & Director, Not-for-Profit Sector at Welch LLP

Recorded Version


Capabilities for Transformation: Honing Directors Skills for Generative Governance

Date: May 19, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Speakers: John Dalla Costa

Recorded Version

Directors’ Dilemmas: The Challenges To Trust Re-Shaping Governance

Date: March 24, 2017
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Speakers: John Dalla Costa

Recorded Version

Webinar Archives

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.