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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Jacksonville State’s John Grass on Whole Person Development

With a 90% win percentage and a 31 game conference winning streak, few coaches have dominated the sport of college football over the last four years like Jacksonville State's John Grass. In this episode of the Dynamic Leadership Podcast, Coach Bob Walsh visits with John Grass, head football coach at Jacksonville State University. Coach Grass goes deep as he talks about minimizing the discussion on winning or losing and maximizing the focus on developing the whole person....himself included.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Georgetown’s Lee Reed

In this episode of From the Chair, host Mike Hamilton speaks with Lee Reed, Director of Athletics at Georgetown University. Reed explains his motto of “Student-Athlete driven, Coach centered, Administrator assisted.” He goes into depth on the impact of his time spent away from college sports, managing a portfolio of McDonalds restaurants. This wide ranging conversation also touches on recent head coaching hires, making the decision to accept a new position, the reasons he attends the NACDA Convention, and the people in the industry who had the biggest influence on his career.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Clemson’s Dan Radakovich

In this episode of From the Chair, host Mike Hamilton speaks with Dan Radakovich, Director of Athletics at Clemson University. Radakovich talks about how a note on a napkin from his football coach led to a new athletics facility. He also speaks on how important it is for athletic administrators to support coaches by giving the coach the resources needed to be successful. Also, as he serves his final year on the College Football Playoff selection committee, Radakovich identifies what he believes to be the reason why the current system is better than previous football championship structures.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Temple’s Fran Dunphy On Success

Fran Dunphy, Men’s Basketball Coach at Temple, discusses taking over for a hall of fame coach including making changes to fit his personality and leadership style. Speaking on success during his time at an Ivy League institution, Coach Dunphy talks about how players who are smart off-the-court don’t always translate to smart basketball players. He has over 200 wins, and has taken two different teams to the NCAA tournament at least six times. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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The Mechanics Of College Sports Scheduling At ESPN With Nick Dawson

Imagine overseeing college football, college basketball, NCAA championships, and many other college sports for all of ESPN. This includes deciding which games to broadcast (should the chips fall your way), and guessing where consumers will consume the content you do put out. This is a very real position, and the person fulfilling those daunting responsibilities is Nick Dawson, Vice President for Programming & Acquisitions at ESPN

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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.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: South Carolina’s Frank Martin On Being Authentic

Frank Martin, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at South Carolina, speaks on the challenges leading to the best MBB year in school history and the effects it had on him and the staff after the season. Coach Martin also addresses leading with honesty and consistency, and learning to communicate with the current generation of players. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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From The Chair Hosted by Mike Hamilton: UAB’s Mark Ingram

In the first edition of From the Chair, Mark Ingram, Director of Athletics at UAB, talks about his journey from earning a scholarship as a walk-on football player, to being hired as the AD to help bring football back to a school that eliminated it not even a year before. Lots here in this in-depth & intimate conversation.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Cal’s Jack Clark on Getting Culture Right

Long time Cal Rugby head coach, Jack Clark, talks about his unique view of leadership and how he defines a glossary of terms so his teams will understand the core values of the program. From mental toughness to his definition of the alpha male, Coach Clark talks about the aspects of his philosophy that has led to his overwhelming success. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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Danny Morrison: Fundamentals of Leadership Translate Throughout Sports (Part II)

Danny Morrison spent nearly ten years as President of the Carolina Panthers. His time in the NFL and throughout college athletics gives us great insights to his life and how we should all approach leadership. Part II of Trip Durham’s visit with Danny explores fostering communication, clarity, and other essentials for leadership.

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Danny Morrison: Lessons Learned on Leadership (Part I)

Throughout his career, Danny Morrison served in a number of leadership roles including conference commissioner, director of athletics, and president of an NFL team. During his journey, he learned and applied many leadership lessons along the way. Trip Durham visit with Morrison to discuss that journey.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Richard Pitino (Minnesota)

Richard Pitino, Men’s Basketball Head Coach at University of Minnesota, discusses team leadership, media, and bouncing back from an eight-win season to become the Big Ten Coach of the Year. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.