The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development Is Ranked the #1 Educational Leadership Program in the Nation
At the 2015 Leadership 500 Awards Ceremony,
Leadership Excellence, now a part of HR.com, saluted the top leadership practitioners and programs including educational institutions, ranking Seton Hall University #1, ahead of leadership programs at institutions such as Carnegie Mellon, Purdue, Pepperdine and Case Western Reserve University.
"We are deeply grateful and honored by the recognition that this prestigious award brings to our students, alumni, Leadership Advisory Council members and our magnificent Stillman School of Business. We are humbled to add another extraordinary verse to the jubilant chorus of the Seton Hall community who continue our shared purpose of bringing Seton Hall to national prominence as a place 'Where Leaders Learn.'"
Director, The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development
Since its inception in 1995, the mission of the Leadership Development Program has been to develop great leaders, enabling its members to successfully achieve their full potential in both their personal and professional lives. The program includes diverse experiential and scholastic learning opportunities as well as executive mentoring and coaching.
"We are thrilled to be recognized, along with leading organizations, including Alaska Airlines, General Motors and the Baldridge Performance Excellence Program, as a program that excels in developing leaders. We are indebted to Director Michael Reuter for his outstanding leadership. We also are most grateful to our Leadership Advisory Council, especially Professor Jack Shannon, and to all our Leadership students and alumni. Of course, very special appreciation goes to Dr. Jerry Buccino for his longstanding support of the Center and our students!"
Dean, Stillman School of Business
"On behalf of our entire LEAD2015 team and partners, congratulations. Your Program serves as a role model of leadership excellence as it focuses on transforming leadership concepts into business practice. We wish you continued success in the growth and expansion of your Program."