-- Bernie Corrigan
President, IBEW Local 102
“Steve Adubato’s ability to connect with an audience while supplying useful lessons of leadership is unmatched. Our recent event featured Steve delivering a unique and powerful experience to those in attendance, our membership left the meeting feeling energized and hungry for more. His passion and sincere interest in the goals of our organization were evident from our first conversation."
“At Prager Metis we are committed to leadership development and helping our people reach their potential. Steve Adubato and his firm Stand & Deliver have made a huge difference in that effort. Stand & Deliver is a first-rate leadership development firm that customizes its coaching and seminar work for the client’s needs. That’s the same thing we do at Prager Metis. That’s why we are proud to work together with Stand & Deliver and we are also proud that Prager Metis is a lead sponsor of the Lessons in Leadership video podcast with Steve Adubato and his colleague Mary Gamba.”
—Glenn Friedman, CEO, Prager Metis
“Steve Adubato knows how to bring out the best in his guests. He is a remarkable listener and clarifier, which allows him to help guests articulate, sometimes even to their own surprise, clear and useful messages and stories about leadership for their audiences. Co-host Mary Gamba has a gift for asking questions that allow guests to sharpen their takeaways for audiences. We have never been in a time where communication and leadership skills are as needed in so many aspects of personal, business, and civic life! Lessons in Leadership is the go-to place to build your capacity.”
-Maurice Elias, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University and Director, Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab
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.