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The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development Is Ranked #1 Two Years in a Row

award badgeThe Gerald P. Buccino ’63 Center for Leadership Development at the Stillman School of Business earned, for the second year in a row, a #1 ranking in the Leadership 500 Excellence Awards sponsored by HR.com. Specifically, the Buccino Center was named the #1 Certificate Program with Emphasis on Leadership/Organizational Development.

Mike Reuter"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.'"

Michael Reuter
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.


Joyce-Strawser“Our Buccino Leadership Program is a shining example of the Stillman School’s commitment to ‘transforming concepts into business practice,’ and its development of students as principled business leaders is unparalleled."

Joyce Strawser
Dean, Stillman School of Business


Debbie McGrath "Effective leadership development programs and activities are a must in today's business. Without leadership, all other resources are ineffective. Programs and individuals recognized in the Leadership Excellence Awards program have made significant contributions developing leaders."

Debbie McGrath
CEO, HR.com

Student Leaders

"The Leadership Development Program is a call to action for motivated and inspired individuals to prepare themselves with the necessary skill set and understanding to change the world. Through the program, we have the opportunity to work towards becoming the best possible versions of ourselves.”

Kyle Packnick
Sport Management and Finance
Class of 2016


"As leadership students, we are challenged to exceed expectations in order to reach our full potential as leaders who can make a positive change. We develop and expand our skills through the core pillars of the program: integrity, professionalism, creativity, and resilience.”

Angeli Fernandes
Marketing, Management and Music Technology
Class of 2018



 To learn more about the Stillman School's Leadership Development Honors Program, visit The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development »

 

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