Leadership & Governance

Women in Sport Leadership Course

Sports consultants Lisa Clancy and Sarah O’Shea are delivering a Women in Sport Leadership course organised by Swim Ireland and Hockey Ireland. This course is designed to support the development of female leaders within the NGB’s.

The course will take place online over an eight-week period. The aim of this course is to ensure females thrive in leadership roles in sport. The interactive classes, with participants from a number of sports, will enable each person to learn over an extended period. There will be some group and individual exercises to ensure everyone is helped to reach their full potential.

Course Content

The course modules include the following core topics:

Networking and Collaboration
Handling Challenging Situations and Developing Resilience
Crisis Management and influencing in Leadership
Developing your personal brand
Change Management

Participants will also receive a one-on-one coaching session and support in producing their own Personal Development Plan. Modules will also include inputs from experts relating their own personal leadership experiences including Lisa Fallon (London City Lionesses Manager).

So far 2 Cycling Ireland representatives have attended this course.

Women's Cycling Ireland

Cycling Ireland’s Women’s Commission

The Cycling Ireland’s Women’s Commission is a voluntary group who aim to develop women’s cycling in Ireland. The members of the commission are volunteers who have been involved in cycling for a number of years. They receive support from Cycling Ireland.

Further information and the Women’s Commission can be obtained at the website here

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