The Dark Side of Sports – Embedding integrity into sports governance

Regardless of the level or code, integrity and trust are at the heart of all sport organisations. However, this is now being challenged by the increasing global commercialisation and complexity relating to duty of care to its athletes and fans. Join us to understand what emerging ‘dark’ risks are impacting integrity in sport and discover ways to overhaul your governance to deal with the evolving landscape.

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Recording available from: Friday, 07 May 2021
Expiry Date - Sunday, 14 May 2023
Duration - 60

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This event will earn you 5 DPD units

This rapidly evolving landscape needs to be exposed, proactively dealt with and embedded in your strategic approach to overall risk and performance.

This webinar will outline and explore:

Emerging key integrity risks to sport such as fiduciary duties to minors, incentives for match fixing and corruption, the complexity of anti-doping compliance and monitoring, and data use and storage.

Embedding these risks into an integrity framework and good governance practices, focusing on the following Sports Governance Principles:

  • Principle 7 – risk management framework, appetite, metrics and performance
  • Principle 8 – legal and governance responsibility, oversight of systems to ensure integrity

The webinar includes practical insights from guest experts which will build your integrity literacy and enable you to improve board reporting, risk detection and oversight, and ultimately protect the reputation and trust in sport.

This webinar is relevant for all people involved in sports from executives and administrators of grass roots sport to aspiring and practising board directors.


Presenters

  • Associate Professor Sarah Kelly OAM MAICD
  • Mark Ainsworth, Acting Commissioner, Queensland Racing Integrity Commission
  • Juanita Maiden GAICD, Director, Queensland Cricket

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