Western Kentucky Athletic Director Todd Stewart debuts on 1.Q with perspective on how to handle feedback with head coaches involved in a search, plus more.
Oregon State Deputy AD for External Operations Zack Lassiter continues in part two of his 1.Q by discussing the path to the AD chair and increasing diversity in leadership roles.
In today's 1.Q, Oregon State Deputy Athletic Director for External Operations Zack Lassiter details his recent visit to the NACMA Veterans Summit.
In today's 1.Q, the Wichita Eagle's Paul Suellentrop provides perspective on Wichita State's move to the AAC including the impact on WSU athletics and the community.
More from Southeast Missouri State Athletic Director Brady Barke on the interpersonal approach he took when transitioning from Chief of Staff for the President to Interim, and then full-time, AD with the Redhawks.
In today's 1.Q, Southeast Missouri State AD Brady Barke reflects on his career path and the importance of the relationship between the Athletic Director and the Chancellor at a university.
In Part II of his 1.Q, Oklahoma Athletic Director Joe Castiglione shares perspective on how his job has changed given budget increases in college athletics over the years.
In this 1.Q, Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione reflects on his five-year run as a member of the NCAA Selection Committee. The conversation includes context on how he felt once his tenure was complete, the group approach to preparing for the CBS interview once the bracket was released, the challenge of other responsibilities leading the grou, and more.
More from Little Rock AD Chasse Conque on structuring staff meetings and hitting all angles of pressing topics.
In today's 1.Q, Little Rock AD Chasse Conque details his path to the Trojans AD role and shares his communication strategy to build trust with department staff.
More from Cal State Bakersfield AD Ziggy Siegfried on preparing for the Roadrunners AD role and landing the job.
In today's 1.Q Cal State Bakersfield AD Ziggy Siegfried discusses his interesting experience being an internal candidate during the Roadrunners AD search before landing the job.
Clemson Athletic Director Dan Radakovich shares his view on if an AD hiring a new Head Coach should reach-out directly to the AD of the Head Coach candidate for notification of interest and professional courtesy.
More with Denver Athletic Director Peg Bradley-Doppes on the advantages of having previous head coach experience and being an AD.
Denver Athletic Director Peg Bradley-Doppes joins 1.Q to discuss key Denver head coach hires and translating high-level success to growing sports.
UAB Athletic Director Mark Ingram continues in today's 1.Q with who he leaned on for advice heading into his first AD post with the Blazers Football rebuild and why he and others in Birmingham have the unique experience to navigate the overall situation.
In today's 1.Q, Blazers Athletic Director Mark Ingram talks through how he balances fundraising for the re-launch of UAB football and his normal AD responsibilities.
Arizona Associate AD for Communications Services Jeremy Sharpe continues on insights around the recent hire of outgoing Central Michigan AD, David Heeke. Listen is as he talks through the planning of Heeke's introductory press conference and tight meeting schedule during his time in Tucson.
In today's 1.Q, Associate AD Jeremy Sharpe runs through the structure of how to prepare for the announcement of hiring a new Athletic Director.
Davidson Athletic Director, Jim Murphy, dives in on how he and his staff constructively assist with professional development for his head & assistant coaches. The approach includes helping to connect Wildcats coaches with peers around the nation in their respective sports, as well as inviting outside speakers to address the department.
For today's 1.Q, we are reprising the first-ever 1.Q interview, which features newly named Tennessee Director of Athletics John Currie. Listen in as Currie talks about his approach to fundraising at K-State.
Part II with NACDA Executive Director Bob Vecchione focuses on NACDA's expertise in the event space and his perspective on partnerships vs. competition.
NACDA Executive Director, Bob Vecchione, chats today on 1.Q about the new Athletic Director-only Spring Symposium.
In Part II of his 1.Q interview, UMBC AD Tim Hall covers the growth of the Retrievers Lacrosse program and brand in their diverse market.
In today's 1.Q, UMBC Athletic Director Tim Hall analyzes the alignment he & President Hrabowski share on the approach to leadership, how they stay in constant communication given their combined travel schedules, plus more.