If you are feeling blocked in your current job or are looking for a new position you may have thought about exploring opportunities to add some additional skills to your CV. Whether you are considering an executive MBA, an open enrollment Executive Education program, or contemplating using a coach or mentor, you should be sure that the program you select uses all the latest learning methods and technologies available
Some love it, some hate it yet guess what, I learned many things from Las Vegas that can help you for your career. What are these 7 things? Do what needs to be done: Las Vegas has no natural resources. It lies in the middle of the desert and 100 years ago, the population was 800 people (today, 2 million people live here). The Las Vegas approach was always more pragmatic than sentimental (I guess this is how you survi
We are both watching the job market but the difference is that we do nothing else but this, 50 hours per week and 52 weeks per year. And when we find vacancies, our job is to put the right candidate in front of our client. What can you do to be the one? Here are 7 tips on how to get headhunted: Getting ready: Do you have the right skills to make a difference? Be critical and realistic yet ambitious with yourself. If
Jorg: “Maria, you are a specialist in online degrees. When I did my MBA back in 2003, online learning had the reputation of being a second class alternative to brick-and-mortar. What is the situation today?” Maria: “Reputation, at its heart is a question of trust, and right now, while the entire U.S. collegiate system is receiving scrutiny, we are seeing more people willing to consider alternatives
Most techniques you need to survive in intelligence and counter espionage will not help you to get a promotion or a pay rise when you have a white-collar job. But when we look closer at it, it turns out some of James Bond’s skills can help us to become better in our jobs no matter if we are sales consultants or purchase managers. Read on for the 10 most important lessons to learn from 007:
The MBA is a post graduate degree that will provide you with relevant knowledge in finance, strategy, leadership and other management disciplines. It is (or was??) one of the most prestigeous degrees and has a highly practical character and much of the study will be based on case studies. Is the MBA a good choice for you or what are the alternatives?