Jessica’s story continues to inspire others, with a new film, True Spirit, documenting her journey being produced by Netflix for release in February 2023.
Workplaces are changing with emerging technology and innovation driving the need for new types of skills for businesses to thrive in the modern world.
Each time a company hires new talent, they look for a mix of different skills and experiences. However, it’s no longer enough to just be a functional expert. To complement core competencies, there are a great number of soft skills that employers seek, many of which can be gained through an MBA degree.
Studying an MBA while having a full-time job can appear daunting. But with the right tools, a bit of preparation and some self-discipline, there is absolutely no reason to worry. Tom Ryan, AIM Coach, shares some advice to guarantee success.
Many people find that their specialised skillset does not support growth into senior managerial roles. That’s when an MBA comes into play.
We have all heard the term patience is a virtue, but how patient are we expected to be when it comes to our career? There was a time when staying devoted to an organisation long enough meant you were all but guaranteed a promotion into senior leadership. However, times have changed, and there are few guarantees you’ll make it to that corner office just by showing up to work each day.
Those three letters have a certain ring to them, don’t they? MBA. That’s because the Master of Business Administration, as it’s otherwise known, is one of the most highly regarded and comprehensive postgraduate programs available today. When we hear those three letters, we might picture jet-setting executives on multi-million dollar salaries, but we don’t picture ourselves. Why is that?