Baruch to Host Televised Interview with
Michael Critelli, CEO of Pitney Bowes, Feb. 8
Michael J. Critelli, chairman and CEO of Pitney Bowes, will discuss his experience with leadership development in front of a live studio audience of Baruch students on Thursday, Feb. 8 at 6:45 PM as the college hosts the latest installment of “Inside the Executive Suite.” The television series is filmed on Baruch’s campus and invites business leaders from all over the world to talk in-depth about their business philosophy and to give advice to budding executives.
Host Stephen H. Baum, a Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) faculty member and author of the book Ordinary to Extraordinary: Life Experiences That Shaped Today's Best Leaders, asks visiting executives about topics ranging from their most important formative career experiences to their post-retirement plans. Since launching the show in 2005, Baum has interviewed an array of world-class corporate leaders, including Sir Martin Sorrel, CEO of WPP, the world’s largest advertising conglomerate; and Samuel A. DiPiazza, Jr., CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.
Pitney Bowes, one of the world’s largest mail and document management firms, employs more than 34,000 people in 185 countries around the world. Critelli has been the company’s chief executive officer since 1997, a position he took after serving as general counsel, chief personnel officer, and vice chairman.
“Inside the Executive Suite” will be taped in Engelman Recital Hall of the Newman Vertical Campus. Seating will be limited, and attendees should reserve their seats by contacting the Continuing and Professional Studies office at email@example.com or calling 646-312-5000.