webinar focused on applying Women in Sport insight in a practical way when programming and delivering your sport for girls. Gain an understanding of the behaviour change journey and why a girl's first experience of your activity is so important.
Join Women in Sport for a webinar on marketing to teenage girls, including insight, tips and best practice on how to create effective marketing to teenage girls.
Learn from the Women in Sport team about how to market your sports offer effectively to women and teenage girls.
Join Women in Sport for a webinar on marketing to women. Our Communications teams will be sharing insight, tips and best practice on how to create effective marketing to women.
Women in Sport's research team will be taking you through some of the key findings from our work with older women. This webinar will touch on our Silver Linings report as well as sharing insight from our research on menopause and physical activity.
A girl centred approach is essential when designing and delivering sport and activity that appeals to girls today. This webinar will support you to better consult with teenage girls and use that to inform your planning and delivery.
Based on two of Women in Sport’s research reports 'Understanding Women’s Lives' and 'What Sways Women to Play Sport' this webinar will give you a foundational understanding of women’s values and key influencers in their lives.
Hear from the Women in Sport team about all of our research and insight on women and their relationship with sport and physical activity.
Build upon your knowledge of women and girls and their relationship with sport and physical activity by signing up to these webinars which focus on key Women in Sport research reports at three distinct phases of women and girls lives.
Women in Sport’s research team will be taking you through some of the key findings, recommendations and insight from our recent puberty work and encourage you to think about how girls experience sport and physical activity during this time.
This webinar is designed to stimulate thinking on the effects of gender stereotypes for girls within sport and society more broadly. It will encourage you to consider if there is more your organisation can do to support girls to achieve their full potential regardless of gender.