Gaining respect from coworkers is never easy and is undoubtedly a long-term process. But think of the reward! Who wouldn’t want to be a respected member of a team? To become the one others look up to and whose decisions are considered?
It’s not uncommon to meet a lawyer who’d like to work in renewable energy, or an app developer who’d like to write a novel, or an editor who fantasizes about becoming a landscape designer. Maybe you also dream about switching to a career that’s drastically different from your current job.
The need to regularly make decisions cannot be avoided in an official or commercial setting. The common strategy used to achieve goals is by creating teams dedicated to carrying out the activities targeted at specific goals, every team must have a leader and it is the responsibility of the leaders and the team members to take decisions at many points during their strategic execution of the goal-oriented activities.
With globalization and people changing their priorities, the approach for business is changing. This is why getting an educational program designed to go for the challenges that arise today is so important. We found the program of the Management and Marketing Universal Business School of most interest. In this article, we will talk about how the tools learned in their programs fit the approach for the business of the new era.
What do employers want in new graduates? We asked graduate employers from a range of industries. We’ve summarised the best bits below.
Are you able to work effectively in a team? That’s the skill employers most want when they are recruiting new college grads. The next most important skill: ability to make decisions and solve problems.
It’s hard to imagine a world without social media, yet many academics still view Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as distractions rather than tools. But these resources can be harnessed to create more challenging and stimulating learning environments. So what apps could you be using to lighten your load and liven up your teaching?
Introducing Management & Marketing Universal Business School new brand identity. We are proud to announce the launch of the new school logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our brand.
As a business school dean, I am frequently asked about rankings. Alumni wonder whether their degrees have lost—or gained—value because of rankings, and aspiring applicants fret about which rankings to trust. After all, there are many out there, each with a different formula, and each with a different school at the top.
A resume should be focused towards a particular role than your profile. Think of your LinkedIn profile as your “master resume,” and then pull the most relevant information from it to build a resume for each position you apply for.