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Leading With Emotional Intelligence: Azusa Pacific’s Santa Cruz

ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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Why The SEC On CBS Deal Is Worth (at least) $300M Annually

A condition of conference membership requires schools to license their rights to the conference, which distributes revenue equally among member institutions, and should, in theory, benefit the schools. But women’s gymnastics and men’s lacrosse are both niche sports which enjoy large, loyal fan affinity and an increasing number of youth athletes. Imagine a situation where niche sports content is delivered directly to a growing market in places where the market and enthusiastic fan bases exist.

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Innovation In College Athletics: Rhode Island’s Bjorn & UMBC’s Hall

ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Louisville’s Dan McDonnell

Jeff Van Gundy, TV analyst and former NBA head Coach, talks about the leadership lessons he learned from different players and coaches during his coaching career. He addresses the intricacies of working in the NBA and the dynamics between players, coaches, administration, etc. Coach Van Gundy talks in depth about the leadership style of Pat Riley and the impact it had on his career.

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“Stories” Of Clemson’s Championship Digital Culture

In general, a Chief of Staff provides a buffer between a Chief Executive and that executive's direct-reporting team. The Chief of Staff generally works behind the scenes to solve problems, mediate disputes, and deal with issues before they bubble up to the Chief Executive. In this Experts' Roundtable, ADU reached out to a few who serve in the unique position of Chief of Staff to find out about the intricacies of holding such a title. This includes insight from the athletics department view, perspective from a president's office, and thoughts from someone who serves in the role within a football office.

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Exceptional Leaders Must First Become Exceptional Servants

The “secret” of leadership success is something that leaders, or those that occupy leadership positions in organizations, have grappled with forever. We have all asked, what truly IS leadership and, perhaps more importantly, how do we execute it effectively? I’ve come to believe strongly that it’s definitely an art, not a science, although there’s certainly