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The first half hour of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour is based on Steve Adubato’s most recent book, Lessons in Leadership, and will feature Steve, Mary Gamba, Steve's colleague from his leadership firm Stand & Deliver, and a variety of successful leaders, sharing relevant and practical leadership tips, tools and advice. These conversations are essential for leaders of all stripes looking to become more productive, strategic and impactful at work and at home.

The second half of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour, featuring State of Affairs with Steve Adubato, a highly-acclaimed public affairs series also broadcast on public television, will explore the critical issues that impact New Jersey and the tri-state region through compelling interviews with leaders in state and federal government as well as business and non-profit sector leaders.

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In the next installment of "Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour," Patricia Costante, Chairman & CEO, MDAdvantage Insurance Company of NJ, describes her career as a leader and what it takes to be a leader in the field of healthcare.

In the second half of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour, Steve is joined by the following guests on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato:

Steve Adubato talks with the Mayor of Jersey City, Steven Fulop, about the collaboration between urban cities, the importance of diversity on the police force, and legalizing marijuana.

Steve Adubato sits down with Senator Declan O’Scanlon (R) – NJ, 13th Legislative District, to discuss the top budget items including legalization of marijuana, school funding, and NJ Transit, as well as his top priorities for 2019.

Louis Manzione, President, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in New Jersey and President, Independent College Fund of New Jersey, speaks with Steve Adubato about the value of higher education in NJ, the importance of having a college degree in today’s economy and how 2-year colleges help students in transitioning to 4-year schools.