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“As Steve Adubato demonstrates in his teachings and his book, You Are the Brand, branding is one of the most important marketing tools for corporations and individuals…Steve's insight from years of experience in this arena provides organizations with the tools necessary to successfully define and further develop their brands.”
"When it comes to discussing substantive public policy issues, there’s nobody in the New Jersey media who offers a more careful, thorough and unbiased view." - NJ Globe
“The host of State of Affairs on NJTV remains one of the most keyed-in policy minds in the state. A former member of the General Assembly, Adubato usually has more policy footing than his routinely well-prepared guests. The semi-retirement of veteran Michael Aron puts Adubato even more in-demand as a veteran television journalist of real substance.” - Insider NJ
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—Patricia Costante, Chairman and CEO, MDAdvantage
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By Steve Adubato, PhD
There is much discussion and debate about how much a leader (whether a CEO or not) needs to be involved in the day to day operations of his or her organization. Being an engaged leader is essential, but that is not the same as being involved in virtually every minute detail of organizational life to the extent where the leader is driving, pushing or directing so much of what is going on that members of the team simply wait to be told what to do.