DEI: Beyond the Basics
Greg DeShields, Executive Director of Tourism Diversity Matters and PHL Diversity discusses DEI: Beyond the Basics.
During this session, participants will expand their knowledge of diversity, equity, and inclusion and how organizations can effectively cultivate all three within a workplace environment to catalyze organizational culture.
ATTENDEES LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Essential DEI Best Practices and Fundamentals to implement at your organization.
• Dimensions of Diversity and appropriate Diversity Vocabulary
• Personal and Professional DEI Certificate and Certification
Analytics Certificate Sneak Peek
Description: Get a sneak peek at the Certificate Playbook course, Analytics Certificate. This sneak peek will give you access the first of five sessions. If you enjoy the content, purchase the remaining sessions and skip right to the second session. Upon completion of all five sessions, you will have earned the Analytics Certificate as well as 4 Sports Tourism Strategist credits.
Innovation Certificate Sneak Peek
Description: Get a sneak peek at the Certificate Playbook course, Innovation Certificate. This sneak peek will give you access the first of four sessions. If you enjoy the content, purchase the remaining sessions and skip right to the second session. Upon completion of all four sessions, you will have earned the Innovation Certificate as well as 4 Sports Tourism Strategist credits.
Stream and Monetize Every Game Without Staff
Dave Shapiro, President, Pixellot North America
Frank Losquadro, President, Jet Media
Jared Brown, Manager, Louetta Automotive Sports Complex
Athletic Trainers 101
In this webinar, Ellis Mair EdM, ATC and Robin Baxter of Go4Ellis outline the safety, financial, and legal advantages of having athletic trainers at games and tournaments. Also covered, how athletic trainers are able to implement and enforce state and local COVID-19 regulations.
K Ellis F Mair, EdM, ATC / Chief Medical Officer, Go4Ellis and Robin Baxter, MS, / Business Development, Go4Ellis
Sports Events and Community Development: Targeting Urban Growth or Resident Needs?
Join Dr. Kaplanidou as she discusses how to use sports events to develop the host community.
Dr. Kiki Kaplanidou
Associate Professor in Sport Management, Department of Sport Management, University of Florida
President of the Board for the Gainesville Sport Commission
Sports ETA Leadership Series: Mike Gamble
Join the discussion as Sports ETA President and CEO Al Kidd has a candid conversation with Mike Gamble, President and CEO of SearchWide Global, on how COVID-19 is impacting the personnel management and employment side of the industry.
Al Kidd Mike Gamble
Seven New Directions and Opportunities for Cities in the Aftermath of COVID-19
COVID-19 has turned sports tourism upside down, and the hospitality and travel industries have experienced unprecedented losses and turmoil. However, some cities will emerge stronger and better prepared, while others may never regain their former position. This webinar focuses on practical solutions, opportunistic strategies, and new approaches to kick-start sports event attraction and hosting in the post-pandemic period.
Dale Neuburger and Michelle Perry, BCW Sports Practice ‚Äì North America
Young Professionals in Leadership
Moderated by: Ariana Tyler, Events Manager, Greater Columbus Sports Commission Luchie Javelosa, CSEE, Sports Sales Manager, Visit Tucson Sports Join us for an hour of education surrounded around how Young Professionals whom have excelled within their career at a young age. You’ll leave this session inspired.
Bree Nidds, Vice President of Sales, Discover Lehigh Valley Sports Dr. Jennifer Stoll, Research and Education, Sports ETA Adam Andrasko, Chief Executive Officer, USA Artistic Swimming
The New Sports Organization Paradigm: Agility, Empathy, Problem-Solving, and Inclusiveness
All sport-related organizations are trying to determine how to plan for a substantially changed future that will undoubtedly include‚ winners‚ and‚ losers. While the basic elements of event attraction and hosting remain the same, the current environment is unsettling and intimidating. This webinar helps sports industry professionals understand how to adjust to the new attitudes, perceptions, and lifestyle decisions of their stakeholders. We seek to answer the most basic question: what do our constituents need most, and does our purpose or our values need to change to provide for these needs?
Dale Neuburger and Michelle Perry, BCW Sports Practice ‚ North America
First Out of the Gate: Learnings and Perspectives from Destinations that have Hosted Post-COVID Events
As communities begin to recover, hear lessons learned and best practice tips from destinations that have already hosted sporting events. Panelists will discuss specific procedures and implementations for hosting their safe and successful sporting event.
Mike Price, Greater Lansing Sports Authority George Linley, Palm Beach County Sports Commission Chris Wilson, Greater St. Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau
Creating and Owning Events and Programs for Your City
Jessica Blubaugh, Director – Win for KC, Kansas City Sports Commission & Foundation
Jon Lugbill, Executive Director, Richmond Sports Backers
Russ Bookbinder, President & CEO, San Antonio Sports
Contract Deep Dive
Contracts are an important part of every event. Whether your organization has canceled events, rescheduled events, or still has events on the books that are in limbo, this session will take a deep dive into contract considerations. We will also discuss best practices for all sports tourism industry segments moving forward in the future.
View free resources and webinars regarding COVID-19 on Ogletree’s website.
Jeffrey Schagren, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Q&A with Industry Leaders
Q&A webinar with industry leaders.
Al Kidd, Sports ETA, and Don Welsh, Destinations International.
Pros and Cons of Event Ownership
In this session, we will discuss the benefits and challenges of creating your own events to drive revenue and direct economic impact for your market. Learn from subject matter experts and determine if this model might be advantageous for your organization.
Kathy Nelson, President/CEO, Greater Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation
Jason Clement, Founding Partner & CEO, Sports Facilities Management, LLC
Ray Palmer, CSEE, President and CEO, Pensacola Sports
Mike Price, Executive Director, Greater Lansing Sports Authority / Incoming Chair, Sports ETA
Creating and Communicating New Business Solutions
In these uncertain times surrounding COVID-19, we will discuss how companies and organizations are responding with creative and business solutions.
From using digital solutions to offering rescheduling options, we will review how to keep your business on the books or replace revenue with new opportunities.
Jackie Reau, CEO, Game Day Communication
2019 State of the Industry Podcast
Al Kidd, Dr. Jennifer Stoll, Jason Gewirtz
Group /Corporate Pricing and Custom Development:
Do you want to elevate the knowledge of your entire team or organization through a Sports Tourism Learning Institute education offering or develop custom education for your organization? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about corporate rates, bulk course purchasing, custom education development, and education bundling options.