Advice from an MLB Director of HR: Job Searching Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make – Work in Sports Podcast e074

A Major League Baseball human resources director shares the most common mistakes people make when applying for jobs with her team. Make sure these aren’t in your repeat offender file! Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… I’ve been doing some crazy outreach lately […]

Working The Masters as a College Student – Work in Sports podcast e073

College student Jake Kernen just spent a week working at The Masters — hear about how he got the job, the networking opportunities and the overall value of the experience on this podcast episode Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the work in sports podcast… Normally on Mondays […]

Convincing Your Parents You Are Serious About a Sports Career – Work in Sports e071

Many parents don’t take your idea of a sports career seriously – how do you convince them you mean business, and the sports industry is the place to be? We have a strategy for that. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the WorkinSports podcast… Let’s get to the […]

Making the Right First Impression on a Job Interview – Work in Sports Podcast e070

Seven seconds – that’s how long it takes for someone to determine how they fit with you. On a job interview, that’s your magic window where they decide no or potential yes. How do you nail that moment? Pretty easy actually. Hi everybody – I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is […]

Handling Tough Job Interview Questions: What is Your Biggest Weakness? – Work in Sports Podcast e068

You know it’s coming during your job interview: “Tell us about your biggest weakness.” This question is on the tip of every interviewers tongue. So how are you going to answer it? We have a plan for that. Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports […]

How To Avoid Being Mediocre in Your Job Search – Work in Sports Podcast e67

There is nothing worse than being mediocre – not bad enough to be ignored, not good enough to get the job. Here are 14 ways people are mediocre in their job search and how you can combat this trap! Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in […]

The Five Types of People You Need in Your Professional Network – Work in Sports Podcast E065

Getting many people to follow you, or connect with you, doesn’t mean you have a great network. Here are the 5-types of people you need in your network and if you don’t have them now – find them and become friends. Hi everybody – I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is […]

Why Most People Stink at Cover Letters and How You Can Be Better – Work in Sports podcast E064

Hiring managers are tired of your boring cover letter. Listen in to this podcast to break the cover letter formula and start writing in a way people want to read. Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the WorkinSports podcast… It’s time to talk about cover letters. Everybody’s good […]

Tips for a Video Job Interview – Work in Sports Podcast e062

Video Job interviews are the present and the future, they aren’t an edge case they are the norm. So how do you handle a video job interview? Listen in to the Work in Sports podcast to find out. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for Workinsports.com and this is the WorkinSports podcast. Tamika […]

Mental Health in the Sports Workplace – e60 Work in Sports Podcast

With the recent revelations of Demar DeRozan and Kevin Love dealing with mental health issues in the NBA, we tackle the issue of mental health in the sports workplace. How to protect yourself and recognize the signs and symptoms of a problem. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is […]

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