Arizona State’s Ray Anderson On Positive Leadership

Arizona State University Director of Athletics, Ray Anderson discusses leadership from a number of different angles. As with most successful leaders, Anderson begins with core values, specifically having a family-first mentality within the organization. Negotiations, organizational decisions, positive leadership are only a few of the areas touched on during the conversation. The interview was captured at the Collegiate Sports Summit hosted by Evanta.

From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Kentucky’s Mitch Barnhart

In this edition of From the Chair, Mitch Barnhart, University of Kentucky Athletics Director, dishes up insight on working at a basketball powerhouse with a hall of fame coach, serving on the NCAA Basketball Selection Committee, and offers some reading selections for leadership development.

Penn State’s Sandy Barbour: The Importance Of “Why”

Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour covers solid ground on why a leader has to effectively communicate their purpose, or "why," to achieve buy-in and navigate difficult times. Barbour also touches on giving change enough time to set its course, the challenge of collaboration vs. competition in college athletics, advice for women progressing through the industry and more.

Athletic Director In Residence: Bob Moosbrugger – Bowling Green

From the first 90 days, to communication, to mind-reading executive assistants, Bowling Green's Bob Moosbrugger joined ADU as the current Athletic Director in Residence. Answering questions on a broad range of topics, Moosbrugger offers career advice and speaks on one of his challenges in his first year at BGSU.

What’s It Like As A First-Time Athletic Director?

Former Southern Utah AD & current Purdue Deputy AD Jason Butikofer, along with Western Illinois AD Matt Tanney, converse with Tulane Deputy AD/COO Monica Lebron on the challenges of being an AD for the first time. 

LEAD1 in the Spotlight: A Conversation with Tom McMillen

LEAD1 Executive Director, Tom McMillen, speaks on the purpose of the organization, relationships with politicians in Washington DC, and his background as a student-athlete. The conversation is moderated by Learfield Executive Vice President/Chief Culture & Communications Officer Roger Gardner.