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G. Matthew Robinson, Mitchell J. Neubert and Glenn Miller

Organizations are increasingly looking for positive forms of leadership that focus on the needs and growth of others because the relationships between leaders and subordinates rest at the core of successful organizations ( Avolio, Walumbwa, & Weber, 2009 ; Stone, Russell, & Patterson, 2004 ). In

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Ryan K. Zapalac, John J. Miller and Kelsey C. Miller

to have major sponsors renew that early in the year were unprecedented. Julie quickly followed these contract extensions with a third major sponsor. The sponsor was interested in continuing the relationship, but would only renew the sponsorship if the River Cats made the playoffs that year. Failure

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Cole G. Armstrong, Theodore M. Butryn, Vernon L. Andrews and Matthew A. Masucci

relationship between sport and larger society ( Coakley, 2016 ), the events, debates, and divisions of the general public were also present within the always and already politicized domain of professional sports ( Pierce, 2017 ). Indeed, whether it be the continued debate over the efficacy of former National

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Michael A. Odio, Patty Raube Keller and Dana Drew Shaw

, because frankly that’s a big part of these circumstances. What constitutes consent, under the law and under the policy? You need to train them on appropriate professor-student relationships as well as reporting procedures. So I would put it in a few categories: education, clear policies, and clearly

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Cole McClean, Michael A. Odio and Shannon Kerwin

, and magnitude of events that shape these crucial experiences for aspiring sport managers. Additionally, this research brings awareness to the relationship between students’ subjective well-being and career intentions in this context. Building from Odio et al. ( 2014 ), who explored the influence of

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James J. Zhang

these critical concepts and their relationships, consequences, and hierarchies in multifarious governmental and professional environments may also be dissimilar. It is very pleasing to see that in an effort to promote, stimulate, and encourage research, scholarly exchange, and professional development

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Daniel Wigfield, Ryan Snelgrove, Luke R. Potwarka, Katie Misener and Laura Wood

expected) • A pproach (Our commitments are the foundation of everything we do. We are integral. We welcome adversity with optimism. We nourish life-giving relationships. We have a growth mindset.) • P recision (We pay ridiculous attention to details and have an unwavering standard of excellence) • E

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Matt R. Huml and Marlene A. Dixon

The relationship between employee and job can be tenuous. For some, having a job is perceived as a “necessary evil” that allows the individual to acquire basic necessities and dispensable income to pursue desired activities. On the other end of the spectrum, employees can become completely engulfed

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Damien Whitburn, Adam Karg and Paul Turner

; Wang & Zhou, 2015 ). For sport organizations, IMC plays a role in establishing and enhancing relationships to achieve goals including attracting and retaining members, and increasing participation, and has therefore been posited as a solution to problems associated with resource generation in sport

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Jeffrey Graham, Allison Smith and Sylvia Trendafilova

management, work–life balance seems to be an outdated concept as many studies have found that this balance is non-existent in collegiate athletics as administrators and coaches discuss lack of time for personal pursuits, sacrifice of familial and romantic relationships, high levels of outside