Athletic Directors

Five Things An AD Or Coach Can Do To Improve Their Profile
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Five Things An AD Or Coach Can Do To Improve Their Profile

April 27th, 2016 | by Karen Gross
Loading… Winning at the collegiate and university level matters for sure regardless of NCAA Division, and presidents/chancellors certainly notice when teams win, particularly showcase monied teams like basketball or...
The Secrets Of Selling To Large Donors
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The Secrets Of Selling To Large Donors

August 18th, 2015 | by College AD
When it comes to college athletics, the donations and revenue generated through ticket sales and sponsorships are vital to achieving success. Colleges that generate more money have a distinct advantage as they have more money to...
Why Every Leader Should Read More And Share What They Know
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Why Every Leader Should Read More And Share What They Know

August 11th, 2015 | by Juan Lozano
“Hello I’m the guy who sits next to you And reads the newspaper over your shoulder Wait Don’t turn the page. I’m not finished.” – Lyle Lovett, “Here I Am” Hopefully these words didn’t completely creep...
Identifying Internal Opponents To Your Athletic Department’s Success
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Identifying Internal Opponents To Your Athletic Department’s Success

July 20th, 2015 | by Juan Lozano
Winning is hard. Whether it is an individual or team sport, you and your team are going up against skilled opponents with similarly motivated scholarship athletes and experienced coaches. They have trained just as rigorously as...
How To Get Promoted In Your Sports Business Job
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How To Get Promoted In Your Sports Business Job

July 14th, 2015 | by College AD
By Bob Hamer – President, Sports Business Solutions In my eight year career with the Phoenix Suns, I was fortunate enough to get promoted seven times. I grew from an entry level salesperson to the Vice President during my...
The Lessons You Learn When You’re Fired
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The Lessons You Learn When You’re Fired

June 18th, 2015 | by Juan Lozano
I take my writing cues from the days when as a kid, I would read comic strips, specifically “Peanuts” and the character, Snoopy.  Snoopy was Charlie Brown’s dog and would pretend he was a great writer, capable of deep...
The Roadmap To Getting A Job In Sports
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The Roadmap To Getting A Job In Sports

June 5th, 2015 | by College AD
By Bob Hamer Over the last month, thousands of students have graduated from college and are preparing to enter the workforce. My wish for all of you recent grads and young professionals, is that you find something you’re...