Ontario Soccer has had a close partnership with Respect Group, providers of the RESPECT programming to our soccer community since 2012. We are now exploring the opportunity to expand that relationship to provide all of our members with free access to the proposed RESPECT Knowledge Network (RKN) hosted by Respect Group. This on-line community of practice will be the “go-to place” for shared knowledge and access to resources regarding the prevention of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD behaviours) and the associated impacts on mental health. The RKN will provide a collaborative approach to support, guidance and best practices through a hub of information that will include Webinars, Interviews, Podcasts, Blogs, Expert Opinions, Curated Research, etc. It will connect organizations and individuals involved in sport, schools and the workplace and leverage these tools/resources for continued culture change and personal growth. Your feedback through this very short, two-minute Survey, will help us gauge your interest and validate the potential for Ontario Soccer’s involvement in the RKN. Thank you for participating in the Survey.

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* 1. Does the concept of the RKN appeal to you?

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* 2. How relevant and helpful do you think the RKN would be to you as an individual and/or organizational leader?

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* 3. Do you think you/your organization may be interested in adding relevant content to the platform?

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* 4. What resource offerings would be particularly useful for you/your organization? (Rate on a scale of 1 - 10)

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a) Webinars?
b) Opinion pieces by other organizations?
c) Best practices?
d) Curated/summarized research?
e) Shared knowledge regarding governance and organizational policies?
f) Interviews with respected leaders in the field?
g) Access to Respect Group-vetted partner organizations (other sport organizations, subject matter experts, etc.)?

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* 5. What are the biggest challenges that the RKN may help you to address more effectively?

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