From an early age we are asked to reflect on our desired career path. As we make our way through high school and college, our ideas for a career start to formalize through the selection of a major, internships and job experience. So how do you go from having a job to mapping out a career?
Considering business school? Dream of the day when you'll have your MBA? Need an advanced degree to progress in your career? If so, then it is likely that the GMAT is in your not-so-distant future.
Carolyn Miles’ business background served her well in her transition to nonprofit management. Is her MBA experience applicable in a nonprofit environment? Carolyn thinks so.
Thinking about earning an MBA? Hear from a panel of MBA alumnae about why they decided to pursue their MBAs, how they chose their MBA schools, and the value the MBA has proven since graduation in this webinar.
From tips on time management to navigating the demands of campus life and preparing for the college to career transition, the Forté CareerLaunch newsletter is full of articles and resources to motivate, inspire, and inform.
Business schools are adapting their programs by emphasizing experiential learning and entrepreneurship and providing more degree concentrations. "Business school is all about constant change and improvement and response to the market," said Forté Foundation Executive Director Elissa Ellis Sangster.
Last year, with new records set by Harvard Business School and Wharton for female MBA enrollment, and with HBS dean Nitin Nohria vowing to double the number of case studies featuring female protagonists in five years, forward momentum on b-school…
“Business school is all about constant change and improvement and response to the market,” said Elissa Sangster.
Want to go to business school? Applying to an MBA program can be a daunting and challenging process. Many MBA candidates spend a year or more preparing for the application process to ensure all the pieces are in place for a compelling application.
If you've ever said to yourself, "I wish I had the courage to…" this webinar is for you. Cindy Solomon is an internationally recognized author, speaker, consultant and entrepreneur who has some provocative, enlightening and often hilarious observations about courage and how we can build it in ourselves and in our teams and organizations.