INFLCR is excited to launch Season One of the "I Want Your Job (IWYJ)" podcast, hosted by Jim Cavale, featuring the stories of standout college athletics coaches, athletes, ADs, and digital-social-creative professionals.
Listeners will be able to hear the origin stories of some of the most influential leaders in college sports and apply their lessons to their own careers.
Empowering Women in Sports
Patti shares stories from the jobs and experiences that led her to her current role as CEO of Women Leaders in College Sports, offering insights into the importance of branding and messaging, work ethic, networking, and the potential for new opportunities through community collaboration.
This Season 2 special edition episode of "I Want Your Job" features a video and audio interview with Penn State Football Coach James Franklin.
Coach Franklin shares the story behind his decision to become a football coach, the lessons he's kept with him throughout his career, and the core values he teaches his student-athletes that push him and Penn State football to reach new heights every day.
Blocking and Tackling
Texas A&M Ross Bjork shares his journey as a college intern, all the way to Director of Athletics of two SEC schools. Listen to his football shaped mentality on leadership, work-life balance, and tackling obstacles.
BONUS: Exploring Name, Image, & Likeness
On Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020, Jim Cavale hosted a webinar exploring parts of Florida’s NIL legislation, and offering analyses into how NIL legislation and topics are progressing at the national level.
Jim was joined by panelists Darren Heitner, sports lawyer and author of “How to Play the Game: What Every Sports Attorney Needs to Know,” as well as Tom McMillen, President and CEO of the LEAD1 Association, which represents the athletic directors and programs of the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Pac-12 Marketing Tackles Generational Change
Danette Leighton shares her journey through collegiate sports, professional basketball, and beyond. Valuable lessons learned at each stop along the way help in her current position as CMO of the Pac-12. Hear the challenges she faces now, and how the Pac-12 targets such a vast audience.
Putting the Players First
Coach Calipari shares stories about his upbringing, his coaching philosophy, how culture plays such an important role at Kentucky, and the impact that social media has had (and will continue to have) in college athletics.