The COC’s Enhancement Initiative Sharing Centre is home to hundreds of resources made by and for Canadian National Sport Organisations.
The “Board Policy Manual”, created by Cross Country Canada (CCC), outlines the responsibilities and relationships amongst the Members of CCC, the Board and the CEO of the organization. The manner in which the activities of CCC are to be conducted as well as any specific Board policies are described in this Board Policy Manual.
The “Best Practices Guide for Financial Management of National Sport Federations” provides NSF members with the tools necessary to identify signs of financial distress, conduct financial planning, ensure proper governance and improve financial health and recovery.
The “Canadian Fencing Federation Risk Registry” provides insight into how sport organizations can identify, assess, plan for and manage the high-level risks they face on a daily basis. The comprehensive approach used in this resource takes the organization’s values into consideration and in doing so, empowers participants to consider ways to not only minimize risks,
“Risk Management in the Canadian Fencing Federation” provides a look at how Boards of Directors can monitor and assess risk within their organizations. This document examines the highest such risks and vulnerabilities and discusses the strategies that can be taken to mitigate against them.