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Sport Law & Strategy Group – February 16th, 2017 – The Sport Law & Strategy Group (SLSG) will host its next webinar on February 22nd at noon EST.

The hour-long webinar, titled Social Media with Colleagues, will discuss the risks of texting and connecting with your colleagues on social media. Kevin Lawrie will explain what’s happening when we communicate by text and social media and how we lack the regular communication cues that exist in face-to-face conversations. If you’ve ever noticed that you are far more personal when you text a work colleague (or a fellow volunteer or Board member) versus when you email that same person, this webinar will help you understand what’s going on and why – and how to avoid saying something that might get you in trouble.

Topic areas will also include the risks and challenges of this type of communication, our roles and the authority dynamic, what it means to communicate “hyperpersonally”, problems with ‘oversharing’, and why our shared “sport” context (rather than “business” context) may put us at even greater risk.

To register for the webinar please visit: http://www.sportlaw.ca/webinar-series/. The cost for the webinar is $40 tax included.

The SLSG’s “Advancing your Game Webinar Series” is offered throughout the year to sport leaders and webinar topics have included good governance, leadership development, strategic planning, business planning, event management and marketing, legal issues, social media, and communications. The SLSG’s next four webinars are available for registration on the SLSG’s website.

The Sport Law & Strategy Group has been providing strategic insight to the Canadian sport community since 1992. We are accessible, affordable, highly skilled, and bring unparalleled experience and common sense to every project. To learn more about the SLSG please visit: http://www.sportlaw.ca/about-us/our-team/

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For more information please contact Kevin Lawrie at KRL@sportlaw.ca