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Villanova’s Mark Jackson On The Four F’s Of Leadership

Guest Mark Jackson - Director of Athletics, Villanova University
20:44 min watch

Mark Jackson, AD at Villanova, discusses the Four F’s of Leadership. Family, Faith, Friendships, and having Fun are the drivers that keep Jackson motivated. Jackson suggests to those coming up in the sports industry, or any industry, to take time to figure out themselves through self discovery. Jackson also touches on making decisions and handling annual reviews. The leadership lessons in this conversation are abundant.

 

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