On this special episode of the SportsPro Podcast, Tom Bassam is joined by Sabrina Ibáñez, secretary general of the FEI, who is one of the nine women in leadership roles out of 39 summer Olympic federations. Together they discuss wider representation challenges, leading a diverse organisation and addressing unconscious biases in evolving times.
- Female under representation at a senior level (01:40)
- How do we put practical measures in place in regulatory level? (02:39)
- Things the FEI is doing differently in regard to DEI compared to other federations? (05:38)
- How do you try to influence other federations (09:26)
- FEI initiatives in parasport (14:46)
- The power of using athletes for storytelling (17:37)
- Looking ahead to Paris 2024 (19:13)
- LQBTQ+ issues in a gender neutral sport (20:50)
- Efforts to modernise the FEI (26:34)
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29:59Digital transformation will impact sports organisations of all sizes, transforming existing processes or unlocking entirely new possibilities in almost every area – on and off the pitch. Recruitment, performance, and fan engagement are but three areas that are being revolutionised by digital innovations. Navigating an increasingly complex technological ecosystem that comprises big tech, startups and sports-specific vendors can be tricky. Mitch Heath, co-founder of Teamworks, and Katia Zavershinskaya, a technology lead who has experience working with Premier League soccer clubs, discuss what to look for when picking a technology partner, the importance of collaboration, and what the possibilities are for technology within sport.
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