Sector Support

Whether you are in sport and recreation governance, management, operations, volunteering or marketing, your role is to provide value for your team, organisation and community.

Our Auckland-wide sector development provision can provide helpful support.

Working Together

Sport and recreation continues to change and with the significant impact of COVID-19 it’s more important than ever to explore opportunities and collaborate where appropriate.

Watch the latest Future of Sport webinar recording here featuring sports lawyer, Maria Clarke.

Access our ‘How to Get Started with Maria Clarke’ resource here.

View the Working Together Model here.

Chairs Roundtable Events

Launched in 2016, the Chairs’ Roundtable provides networking opportunities for Auckland-based Chairs of National and Regional Sport Organisation boards on an invite-only basis.

Previous events:

  • November 2019 Chairs’ Roundtable focused on ‘Culture and Stakeholder Relationships’Find out more
  • March 2019 Chairs’ Roundtable focused on ‘The Chair – Chief Executive Officer’ RelationshipFind out more

For resources on governing your organisation, click here.





Sector Developer Course

This two day couse includes workshops, practical sessions, individual and group feedback , and self-reflection opportunities. It will help prepare you to deliver inspiring development workshops and equip you to provide support opportunities for administrators.

Following this session, you will be invited to attend one-day extension modules for additional learning and skill development opportunities, further improving learning experiences for Auckland administrators. 

If you are ready to take your first steps as a sector developer, fill out our expression of interest form.





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Managing Your Organisation

Improve your knowledge and receive resources, advice and recommendations to better manage your organisation.

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Sector Event

The Sector Event is Auckland’s largest annual gathering of leaders and decision-makers throughout the regional and national sport and recreation sector. It provides a chance to discuss current issues, trends and opportunities that face our sector in Auckland.

2019 Event highlights