Pitt’s Lyke & Delaware’s Rawak: Organizational Planning as a New AD

Heather Lyke, Director of Athletics at Pittsburgh, and Chrissi Rawak, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Delaware speak on the essentials when assuming the CEO position at a new institution. Trust, communication, strategy, and personnel are just some of the topics addressed in this video.

Clemson’s Dan Radakovich on Leadership

Dan Radakovich, Director of Athletics at Clemson, speaks on positive leadership. In this wide ranging yet efficient discussion, Radakovich touches on transparency, social media, receiving feedback, change amidst resistance, and much more regarding his style of leading an organization.

Inside Vaughn Williams’ Decision to Return to Boston College

It’s a new day for me at Boston College, a school I’ve held near and dear to my heart since I stepped foot on campus in the Spring of 1998 as an athletics administrator, overseeing event operations and facilities. On football game days, which was a big part of the job, I was one...

The Millennial AD: UC Davis’ Kevin Blue

In this interesting discussion, Kevin Blue, Director of Athletics at UC Davis, talks with Evanta's Katy Brown about distribution curves on excellence, differences in FCS and FBS, engaging younger alumni, and much more.

The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Buzz Williams (Virginia Tech)

Buzz Williams, Men’s Basketball Head Coach at Virginia Tech, discusses long-term decision-making, perception vs. reality of his style, and cheering for people who others don’t think can be successful. Speaking on learning from others, Coach Williams addresses his approach to leadership and a number of additional topics of interest in this episode of The Dynamic Leadership Podcast, hosted by Maine Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob Walsh.

Managing First-Time Head Coaches: Terry Mohajir & Kim Record

Discussing the process of onboarding first-time head coaches, Terry Mohajir from Arkansas State and UNC Greenboro’s Kim Record touch on hiring assistants, leadership, feedback, and much more.