Sports governance coaching is here

Re­cent­ly I had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to meet with There­sa Min­nie - head of Out­reach at the IC­SA: The Gov­er­nance In­si­tute. She was vis­it­ing from the Unit­ed King­dom and here to be one of the main presen­ters at a Gov­er­nance work­shop host­ed by the lo­cal arm of IC­SA. The work­shop was held at the Cham­ber of Com­merce build­ing, West­moor­ing, Port-0f-Spain re­cent­ly.

It was a very in­for­ma­tive con­ver­sa­tion. The op­por­tu­ni­ty to sit on a pan­el and bring a sports governance per­spec­tive was a bit dif­fer­ent but en­light­en­ing. I thank Mr Wayne Woods for the invitation.

One of the pub­li­ca­tions Ms Min­nie left with me is en­ti­tled 'The Fu­ture of Sports Gov­er­nance-Be­yond Au­ton­o­my'. In the sec­tion - Back­ground- the as­ser­tion was made that tak­ing stock of gov­er­nance in sport is time­ly and nec­es­sary. The pub­li­ca­tion shared the per­spec­tive that in the past gen­er­a­tion, the sports sec­tor has changed. Un­prece­dent­ed me­dia ex­po­sure and trans­for­ma­tive rev­enue streams have al­tered the sport­ing and gov­er­nance land­scapes. Read more...

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