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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 Think Tank with Steve Adubato: The Podcast, highlights the best conversations from Think Tank, One-on-One, and State of Affairs. Steve Adubato sits down with high-profile thought leaders, innovators, and experts. The podcast explores the critical issues, trends, and challenges facing our nation today.


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In the first half of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour, Steve talks to Pete Taft, Co-founder and managing partner of Taft Communications about the leadership lessons he has learned as a leader of one of New Jersey’s oldest (35 years!) and most respected communications firms.

In the second half of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour, stay tuned for State of Affairs with Steve Adubato, as Steve sits down with the New Jersey Education Association’s Executive Director, Ed Richardson and President, Marie Blistan to discuss the latest in education including: school funding, standardized tests, school consolidation, and public-employee health plans.

Then, Robert Hoatson, Ph.D, President & Co-Founder, Road to Recovery, and Steve speak about the unethical actions taking place in the churches and what needs to be done to prevent this from continuing. He also shares his thoughts on how these incidents may affect the churches and people’s beliefs.

Steve Adubato then is joined by Assemblywoman Eliana Pintor Marin (D) – NJ, Chair, Assembly Budget Committee, talking about the biggest problem in New Jersey: affordability. Assemblywoman Pintor Marin reviews areas in the state budget that can be decreased in an effort to not raise taxes.