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Business Leader Hall of Fame Honorees Offer Best Advice

Business Leader Hall of Fame Honorees Offer Best Advice
George Lynett, Esq. G’71, Susan Swain ’76, H’99, and Theodore “Ted” Jadick ’61.

Four distinguished alumni were inducted into the Kania School of Management’s Business Leader Hall of Fame in April, which “celebrates the extraordinary success of the University’s mission in Jesuit education and the impact of our graduates on the world,” said Michael Mensah, Ph.D., dean of the Kania School.

Three honorees joined in a panel discussion in the Pearn Auditorium in April, where they addressed how gratitude, hope and humility have contributed to their success and testified to the impact of their Jesuit education. (Katherine Reilly ’53 could not attend.)

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Among their advice:

• “The world needs more listeners. … Listen to your professors, your students, your colleagues. Understand what makes individuals who they are.” — Theodore “Ted” Jadick ’61, vice chairman of executive search firmHeidrick & Struggles

• “I have learned throughout life that every time you get an opportunity, it opens doors for other ones. Take the opportunities that are presented to you.” — Susan Swain ’76, H’99 co-chief executive officer and president of C-SPAN Read more about Swain, here. 

• “I try to have a Christian conscience. I think that impacts the way you live your life, professionally and in everyday life. You should try to do things the way your conscience tells you to do them.” — George Lynett, Esq. G’71, former publisher of the Scranton Times-Tribune
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