Stand & Deliver announced that its president, Steve Adubato, PhD, has joined Seton Hall University as a Buccino Leadership Institute Fellow, where he is teaching a Master Class on Leadership and Communication this semester.
Over the course of the Master Class, a select group of Seton Hall University students will have the opportunity to engage in three interactive and dynamic seminars where they learn practical and real-life leadership and communication skills in a hands-on environment. The Master Class curriculum will include leadership and communication techniques, based on the themes in Steve’s book, Lessons in Leadership.
Holding a PhD in Communications from Rutgers University, Steve shares his leadership experiences with the Seton Hall University Buccino Leadership Institute students in a practical and hands-on fashion.
“It is a thrill to join the team at Seton Hall University’s Buccino Leadership Institute and interact with these terrific students who are engaged, thoughtful and enthusiastic about reaching their potential as leaders,” said Adubato. “It is a testament to Seton Hall to have such an innovative and dynamic Leadership Institute helping to prepare students to become the leaders of tomorrow.”
“We at the Buccino Leadership Institute are thrilled to partner with Dr. Steve Adubato and his Stand & Deliver team this semester for a truly unique master class on leadership and communication,” said Bryan Price, PhD, executive director of the Buccino Leadership Institute. The best leaders are great communicators, and what better way to learn than from one of the best at both in Steve Adubato. The combination of his professional and personal experiences coupled with practical exercises that put our students outside of their comfort zone will take them to a whole other level.”
At the conclusion of the series, these Seton Hall University student leaders will participate in a pilot podcast co-branded the Steve Adubato’s Lessons in Leadership and Buccino Leadership Institute podcast, where they will have the opportunity to put the skills they have learned in the Master Class into action. Specifically, the student leaders will be able to help produce in the recording of the podcast, whether behind the scenes lining up the interviews, timing the segments and/or identifying key topic areas for each guest, or on the air with Dr. Steve Adubato and Dr. Bryan Price offering contributing commentary.
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