Kapp is an outstanding and experienced motivational speaker
and spokesperson. He is the perfect personality for your television,
radio, Internet and print strategies.
Joe Kapp Company takes selected speaking engagements with
the objective of helping organizations improve teamwork and
Sport is a Metaphor for Life.
Kapp's unparalleled life experience and special human perspective flavor his speeches and personal appearances with a spicy sense of humor, infectious motivation, and stimulating interaction. We use the sports analogy and what we learn from sports and apply those principles to business. Sport holds this ageless magic because it is symbolic of peak performance. Through competition we perceive the struggle to grow, change, achieve, overcome, exalt, unite and ultimately face victory or defeat. Interpreting life through sport brings a different perspective.
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Joe Kapp has already had four successful careers in his storied life…as a football player, Hollywood actor and movie producer, head college football coach, and private business entrepreneur. His unparalleled life experience and special human perspective flavor his speeches and personal appearances with a spicy sense of humor, infectious motivation, and stimulating interaction.
Consider having Joe speak at your next event. Here's a list of some of Joe's favorite topics that have entertained and inspired audiences of all sizes and types, from the barrio to the Fortune 500 boardrooms:
The Longest Yard
Kapp played "Walking Boss" and served as Technical
Coordinator in the box-office hit movie, The Longest Yard,
starring Burt Reynolds and Eddie Albert. Joe carries you behind
the scenes in the filming of this popular movie classic, and
uses it as a backdrop to illustrate the value of experimentation
and exploration into uncharted realms.
How to Throw A Perfect Spiral
Joe Kapp was the last man to throw 7 touchdown passes in one
game in the NFL. His unique international outlook is rooted
in being the only player to every play in the Rose Bowl, CFL
Grey Cup and the NFL Super Bowl. And some people say Joe threw
Final score: Cal 25 – Stanford 20. Many sportswriters
have labeled The Play "the greatest team play in the history
of college football", five laterals in the final "04
seconds of the game to WIN! The Big Game. Joe Kapp, in his first
year as Head Coach of his alma mater, the University of California,
watched his players sprint into immortality with an epic demonstration
of teamwork. You'll want to hear Joe describe what led up to
that legendary finish and how your organization can employ those
same teamwork ideas.
Search for the Greatest Salsa
Joe Kapp is well-known as "The Toughest Chicano",
a moniker first pinned on him by Sports Illustrated on a 1970
cover. It personifies Joe's competitive spirit and his ethnic
heritage, both sources of enormous pride. This speech traces
the contributions that Hispanics have made in American sports
and the general society. A forceful speech.
Joe Kapp challenged the NFL in a landmark lawsuit that attacked
the sanctity of the NFL draft and the Rozelle Rule. He won
a summary judgement. Listening to his serious, introspective
examination of what it means to "compete in the arena"
will leave you with a profound sense of personal commitment
to your own goals and objectives.