Eric MacIntosh

Dr. Eric MacIntosh is a Professor of Sport Management at the University of Ottawa in Canada, Dr. MacIntosh researches and teaches on various organizational behavior topics covering concepts such as culture, leadership, satisfaction and socialization. His principal research interests delve into the functioning of the organization and how creating a favorable culture can transmit positively internally and outwardly into the marketplace.

Dr. Eric MacIntosh has consulted and conducted research with many prominent national and international sport organizations (e.g., Commonwealth Games Federation, Right to Play, Youth Olympic Games). He is well published in leading peer-reviewed sport management journals and a member of several prominent editorial boards. He is also the co-editor of International Sport Management and co-author of Organizational Behavior in Sport Management

The fractured sport system in Canada, means that programs, like OSIC, at the Federal level often don’t reach the community. Marcia Morris spoke with Alan Neal from @cbcradio's All in a Day on the current challenges of safe sport in Canada. Listen now ⬇️
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-92-all-in-a-day/clip/15963479-four-years-nothings-changed-in-sport

For those struggling today, or any other day, there are people currently standing by who can help. You are not alone.

Canadian Mental Health Association:
416-646-5557

Centre for Suicide Prevention:
1-833-456-4566

Kids Help Phone:
1-833-456-4566

WNBA is coming to Toronto -- for one game at least. Bridget Carleton and the Minnesota Lynx and the Chicago Sky will play a pre-season game at Scotiabank Arena on May 13. Story upcoming.

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