Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast
Episode 006 - Rebecca Feder

Episode 006 - Rebecca Feder

January 30, 2019

This episode features Rebecca Feder, the founder of Princeton HR Insight LLC. Feder works to develop leaders across the country through professional coaching. In this episode, Feder sits down with Dr. Price to discuss the sometimes-difficult transition from college into a career. Rebecca also shares her favorite books and her personal tips and tricks for people looking to optimize their potential as a leader. Finally, they discuss Rebecca’s role in shaping the new professional coaching program that students from The Buccino Leadership Institute will participate in this semester.

 

Show Notes:

Program Director: Dr. Bryan Price

Chief Engineer: Doug Woolever

Student Director: Audrey Pennington

Head of Distribution: Will Steck

Head of Strategy: Shannon Moran

Show Notes Supervisor: Peter Eggerding

Special thanks to WSOU 89.5 FM Pirate Radio

 

Books:

The First 90 Days

Targeting Top Terrorists

Forget a Mentor, Find a Sponsor

 

Episode 005 - Robin Cunningham

Episode 005 - Robin Cunningham

January 23, 2019

Robin Cunningham is the Associate Dean of Freshman Studies at Seton Hall, was the first female athlete to have her number retired at Seton Hall, and was the first woman inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame among other athletic achievements. In this episode, she discusses her own career as an athlete and the role of women in leadership in the sports and education industries. This episode focuses on humility and fearlessness in leadership.

 

Show Notes:

Program Director: Dr. Bryan Price

Chief Engineer: Doug Woolever

Student Director: Audrey Pennington

Head of Distribution: Will Steck

Head of Strategy: Shannon Moran

Special thanks to WSOU 89.5 FM Pirate Radio

 

Links:

Seton Hall Freshman Studies

Lawn Mower Parenting Article

 

Episode 004 - Mohamad Mirghahari

Episode 004 - Mohamad Mirghahari

January 16, 2019

Mohamad Mirghahari has an expansive career in the U.S. Department of Defense. He worked with the NSA after the 9/11 Terror Attacks, served as senior advisor to the Chief of Staff of the Transportation Security Administration, and was a Presidential Appointee under the Obama Administration. In this episode, he discusses his early career in sports marketing at Seton Hall, his decision to begin working with the NSA, and his work with undergraduates as an Abd el Kader Fellow. This episode focuses on the importance of purposeful leadership.

 

Show Notes:

Program Director: Dr. Bryan Price

Chief Engineer: Doug Woolever

Student Director: Audrey Pennington

Head of Distribution: Will Steck

Head of Strategy: Shannon Moran

Special thanks to WSOU 89.5 FM Pirate Radio

 

Links:

Abd el Kader Fellowship

Leaders: Myth and Reality by Stanley McChrystal

Treating People Well by Lea Berman