Mercyhurst Channel 19 premieres Leader To Leader book club show

Students in the Mercyhurst College organizational leadership graduate program want YOU … to read.

The students are launching a weekly book club discussion show titled “Leader to Leader” to be broadcast live on Cablevision Channel 19 from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Choices will be popular, contemporary books on leadership published in 2004. Students will offer critique and analysis of the books, along with discussions of leadership theories. 

The books and the schedule follows:

Thursday, Oct. 7

Leadership Secrets of the World’s Most Successful CEOs: 100 Top Executives Reveal the Management Strategies that Made Their Companies Great (Author: Eric Yaverbaum)

Thursday, Oct. 14

First In, Last Out: Leadership Lessons from the New York Fire Department (Author: John Salka, with Barret Neville and Dennis Smith)

Thursday, Oct. 21

Into the Unknown: Leadership Lessons of Lewis and Clark’s Daring Westward Expedition

(Author: Jack Uldrich)

Thursday, Oct. 28

Presidential Difference: Leadership Style from FDR to Bush

(Author: Fred I. Greenstein)

Thursday, Nov. 4

Closing the Gap: Why Women Can and Must Help Run the World

(Author: Marie C. Wilson)

Thursday, Nov. 11

The Carolina Way: Leadership Lessons from a Life in Coaching

(Author: Dean Smith, Gerald D. Bell, John Kilgo)

Thursday, Nov. 18

When Fish Fly: Lessons for Creating a Vital and Energized Workplace from the Pike Place Fish Market

(Author: Joseph Michelli, John Yokoyama)

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