Leadership Reading Series

 
 

Students embrace business leadership principles through a secondary reading and reflection in each class. Examples of such reads include:

"Seven Habits of Highly Successful People" by Stephen Covey

"Good to Great" by Jim Collins

"The Energy Bus" by Jon Gordon

"How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie

"What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School" by Mark McCormack

"We see United Way's partnership with the students of Seton Hill's Sports Management Program as creating the next generation of leaders for the sport industry that care about the needs of our neighbors and community. As many sports from basketball to biking build relationships with many causes, this vibrant program truly teaches the value and benefits of Living United for the common good as a criti al component of our life's work."

- Skip Glenn,
VP for Resource Development & Marketing, United Way of Westmoreland County

"How to Become a Rainmaker" by Jeffrey Fox

"The Power of Who" by Bob Beaudine and Tom Dooley

"One Minute Manager" by Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson

"Quiet Strength" by Tony Dungy

"The No Complaining Rule" by Jon Gordon

"Who Moved My Cheese" by Spencer Johnson and Kenneth Blanchard

"Training Camp" by Jon Gordon

"Talent is Overrated" by Geoffrey Colvin

"The Talent Code" by Daniel Coyle

"Pressure is a Privilege" by Billie Jean King

"Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty" by Harvey Mackay

"Pressure is a Privilege" by Billie Jean King

"Fun is Good" by Mike Veeck and Pete Williams