Aside from strategic planning, it’s rare for sport and recreation organizations to engage in discussing its long term vision. This article offers four specific questions to help sport organizations engage in these discussions.
If you are a sport organizer, this article shares 6 reasons why you should hire a facilitator for your strategic plan.
We can find opportunities anywhere we look, even in the darkness. I describe how we can turn the Hockey Canada scandal into an opportunity to improve how we deliver sport.
Many sport organizations are experiencing human resources challenges. I explain why that is and how Spark Solutions could freelance for you.
We try our best but sometimes, as sport club volunteers, we receive negative feedback. How should you respond? This blog shares a step-by-step process for responding to negative feedback.
Small sport organizations often believe they cannot afford a sport management consultant or that they don’t have enough going on to hire one, but consultants can help. This article discusses 3 reasons small sport organizations hire consultants to support their work.
This fall, I supported the facilitation of quadrennial debriefs, the process that Olympic and Paralympic sports go through to evaluate their plans and performance results. I share three things I learned from going through this process.
Defining your organization’s long-term vision can anchor the direction of your club and help you appropriately plan for the future. This article discusses why it’s important and how you can do it.
What is Sport Ecology and how to do sport and the environment impact each other?
In the final part of this 3 part series, we learn about the insights that five Saskatchewan sports have gained as a result of the pandemic.
In Part 2 of this 3 part series, we learn about the impact the pandemic has had on five sports in Saskatchewan.
We’re now a year into this pandemic and sports have had to make massive changes in order to adapt. This week, we look at the changes five Saskatchewan sports have had to make to deliver their sports, which is Part 1 of a 3 Part series.
June is Parks and Recreation Month, with this being Recreation Professionals Week, and I discuss the importance of recreation for ourselves, our communities, and our society.