Learn vital skills to become a CEO of a sports organisation

Read VSI's article on putting together vital skills to become CEO of a sports organisation. Find out more about their fast track leadership programme.

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The role of the CEO can be highly demanding, requiring a wide range of strategic, operational, marketing and leadership skills in order to be successful. But Chief Executives who sit as statutory directors of sports organisations also have serious legal responsibilities and duties that they need to be aware of, and executives are often thrust into the role without any preparation.

Delegates on VSI’s CEO of a Sports Organisation learn from the get go exactly what is required of them by law, on a course that is tailored to meet the real demands of leading sporting organisations. Managing huge financial growth, increasing corporate governance responsibilities and the demands of challenging stakeholders, Chief Executives need advanced skills and knowledge to succeed in this challenging but immensely exciting industry; and this programme provides unrivalled preparation for that.

There are still two places left on this exclusive six month fast track leadership programme starting in January. It’s designed for athletes and executives with aspirations to be Chief Executives in the world of sport. The course is delivered part-time over six months in blocks of two days, in a blended format which allows you to combine study and work in a way that best suits your working life.

If you have ambitions to sit at the top table in sport, it is not too late to make that life changing call.

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