SIGGS
self-evaluation
tool

Interactive tool to provide practical guidance
to National Olympic Committees and Sport Federations
on Integrity and Good Governance

About

The self-evaluation tool for Sports Organisations Governance

SIGGS self-assessment tool helps National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and National Sport Federations who wish to improve their integrity and good governance practices. This tool also diagnoses areas of strengths and weaknesses, opens up discussion and debate on the governance and integrity topics in your institution. You can have instant access to your results, learning materials and action plan. The interactive tool is free and confidential.
HOW IT WORKS

MORE THAN A BENCHMARKING TOOL

The interactive tool is free and confidential.

SELF EVALUATION

Under each of the 4 areas, statements have been designed so that individuals can rate them on a scale of ’not applicable’ (n/a) to 5, according to how much they agree or disagree with the statement in relation to their institution. On the scale, 1 represents the lowest and 5 the highest score.

CUSTOMISED ACTION PLAN

For three selected weaknesses, sport organisations receive a customised Action Plan tailored to their specific situation. This Action Plan provides examples and concrete proposals for actions taking into consideration the current level of development.

ROADMAPS & PROGRESS TRACKING

For each element, a separate Roadmap lists all necessary information for an organisation to improve their governance. The tool helps you to compare against previous assessments as well as see how perceptions change over time.

RESSOURCES TO GROW

This website offers more than just an interactive tool; it also contains case studies, user stories and supporting material to help you to design solutions tailored to your needs.

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Organisations

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Countries

8

Languages

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Training materials

This project is supported
by the European Commission.

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The contents of these pages are the sole responsibility of the publishers and do not represent the views of the European Commission.

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