SIGGS 3.0: Quarterly Report

SIGGS 3.0: Quarterly Report

Good governance is the cornerstone of any successful sports organisation, underpinning its integrity, transparency, and effectiveness. From grassroots clubs to national federations and international bodies, the principles of good governance serve as a guiding light, ensuring accountability, ethical behaviour, and fair decision-making. In an era where sports organisations face increasing scrutiny from stakeholders and the public alike, a commitment to good governance is not just desirable; it's essential for maintaining trust, fostering growth, and achieving long-term sustainability. The SIGGS 3.0 good governance self-evaluation tool provides sport organisations with just the help to assess their current level and provides tailor-made action plans to improve governance.  

Here is a recap of SIGGS 3.0 in its first quarter: 

One of the key milestones achieved in the early phase of the project was the successful submission of the Project Implementation Plan and the Communication and Dissemination Plan. These documents lay the groundwork for our project activities, outlining our strategies for implementation and dissemination of project outcomes. 

We are also excited to unveil the latest addition to our project resources - the SIGGS 3.0 leaflet. Our new one-page leaflet is your go-to resource for understanding SIGGS 3.0, our updated self-evaluation tool designed to promote good governance in sports organisations. It offers a concise overview of what good governance entails, with insights into the tool's enhanced features and benefits, including streamlined interfaces and expanded content, the leaflet serves as a one-stop-shop for stakeholders seeking to understand how SIGGS 3.0 can benefit their organisation. Whether you're a national federation, grassroots club, or international body, the SIGGS 3.0 tool will help you advance your governance whether you are just starting to formalise procedures or already consciously work on it.  Leaflet 1_RGB (1)

As we continue our journey towards fostering good governance practices in sports, there are many more exciting developments on the horizon. In July, we will be launching our project newsletter, aimed at keeping stakeholders informed about the latest updates and insights. We encourage all stakeholders to sign up for our newsletter to stay connected with the SIGGS 3.0 project. 

Sign up for our newsletter here. 

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