Karl Keating: Exploring the World of Sports Brand Marketing – Work in Sports Podcast e094

Karl Keating, Brand lead for Nike’s House of Hoops joins the show to discuss international sports marketing, the challenges of leading teams and the various corporate cultures in sports apparel and lifestyle.  Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… The Silicon Valley is a […]

Finding the Right Fit For Your Sports Career – Work in Sports Podcast e091

Dr. Samuel Todd researches the human resources side of the sports industry and shares his vast experience crunching the data regarding sports careers. Lots to learn in this episode! Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. Data, Data, Data! For those of you born […]

Handling Tough Job Interview Questions – Work in Sports Podcast e082

The standard job interview questions may seem old and tired, but you need to nail them to get the job. We give you a strategy to nail two of the most common, and tricky, job interview questions. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… […]

Expanding Roles for Women in Sports

Similar to roles in other male-dominated fields, women have had difficulty obtaining jobs in sports. The sports industry has been slow to accept women in a variety of positions and even slower to offer them respect. However, women are increasingly accepted as important contributors to the sports industry and the opportunities available to them continue […]

Mike Judge: Cleveland Browns Recruiter and Manager of Inside Sales – Work in Sports Podcast e66

An Inside Look at Recruiting for Sales Jobs in Sports with Mike Judge, Manager of Inside Sales and Recruiter for the Cleveland Browns. Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. I try really hard to avoid the “back when I was first getting started” […]

Qualities Of A Golf Coach: Here’s One Experienced Golfer’s Story On What It Takes To Become A Great Golf Coach

I started picking up the golf club back in 1975  when I was just a 15 year old. Even though the game rules are still mostly the same from back then, a lot has changed – the best example of this is the quality of the golf equipment: the most forgiving club back then can […]

Prepare To Be Judged: Business Lessons from Olympic Figure Skating

Figure skating is the oldest sport in the Olympic Winter Games. Since 1924, the sport has been the centerpiece of the games, often times being the sport most often talked about, either for the champions who emerged, or, at other times, for controversy derived from the way in which athletes were “scored.” Many competitors and coaches […]

Community Relations: The Greater Good in Sports – Work in Sports Podcast e055

Community relations has been referred to as “food for the soul of an organization.” Loretta Kerner Sr. Manager of the San Antonio Spurs Silver and Black Give Back! joins the show to explain. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. In the sports world […]

Sports Marketing on a Global Stage – Work in Sports Podcast e053

Marissa Brooks spent 10 years in sales and marketing with the Miami Heat – then she went international. Her story and advice is the focus of this episode of the Work in Sports podcast Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. In the early […]

Three Inspiring Sports Campaigns for the Marketing Professional

Sports fans, amateur athletes, and pros all have one thing in common — they love the game. Each person may love it for a different reason, but the affinity is there nonetheless. For brands that make their name in sports apparel or athletic fuel, the challenge is to create a message that speaks to all […]

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