At the beginning of this new year, we are sharing our timeless conversation with Sean Daly from 2021, when he joined the podcast to discuss a leadership style we can all benefit from: Servant Leadership. Learning to lead is daunting, particularly given the variety of leadership models to choose from. From his storied career in sports, coaching, academics, and teaching, Sean shares how to put others before the self and inspire a team to unimagined success in sports, business, and beyond. With servant leadership, everyone wins. Episode notes and bio available on uncoverthehuman.wearesiamo.com
Credits: Raechel Sherwood for Original Score Composition.
YouTube Channel: Uncover The Human
Corporate Learning & Leadership Development Expert
Sean Daly is an energetic and passionate sport management professional with a passion for research, analysis, training and consulting. As the program lead for the Sports, Entertainment & Event Management program at Johnson & Wales University’s Denver Campus, Professor Daly manages the experiential and strategic decision-making for the major while working the university administration on developing and analyzing curriculum and learning outcomes data.
Sean has served as the program lead for the S/E/E Management for over ten years. During his tenure at the helm, he has developed and executed more than 20,000 hours of experiential education and on-site job training for his students, created partnerships with local, national, and international events, and helped to develop new undergraduate and graduate programs. Moreover, he has played a pivotal role in fundraising for the program amounting to more than $30,000 for student professional development.
An expert in servant leadership and leadership development Professor Daly is a graduate of the IAVM’s Venue Management School and the Graduate Institute and has been Level III trained by USA Volleyball’s Coach Accreditation Program. He has published articles on areas concerning leadership and employee behavior in both academic journals and the IAVM’s professional magazine, Venue Manager. Prior to joining academia, he has held positions in collegiate athletics and non-profit sport events.
Sean received his B.Sc. from Keene State College (New Hampshire), an M.Ed. from Springfield College (Massachusetts), and a Ph.D. in Sport Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.