Game Time

Ritchey, Diane
June 2011
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2011, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p46
Trade Publication
An interview with chief security officer Jeffrey B. Miller of National Football League (NFL) is presented. Miller notes that leading by example, motivating others, and the ability to speak in public are the elements of his leadership style to be successful. He cites that he likes his new position for he works on a group of employees from various segments of the sports entertainment business. He adds that league counsel Jeff Pash is the one he respected and enjoyed working with.


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