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Vlerick Blog

Five Things You Should Know About our Executive MBA Careers Service

Liesbeth De Baere, Executive MBA Careers Advisor, shares five (more) reasons why our career services rank among the very best in the world. And why trail-blazing executives from all over the globe are choosing Vlerick to advance their professional and personal growth.

Considering a career as an expert? Of course!

“It’s not one of my ambitions to lead a team or become a CEO. Is a long-term programme right for me?” A leadership programme? Surely that’s for managers who want to enhance their leadership skills? Actually, it’s more than that. Even if you focus more on your expertise and less on leading a team, a management programme gives you insights into yourself, your growth potential and the next step in your career as an expert.

10 Tips to Avoid Burnout

Full-time MBA participants Valerie De Clerck and Kaushlendra Trivedi share their stress-busting takeaways from the second Wisdom Principles activity series organised by Vlerick alumni that might just help you work, play and sleep a little better. 

The truth about finance

Let’s try to get rid of some common misconceptions regarding finance – many professionals think: a) it’s rocket science, b) it’s the most boring topic ever invented, and c) we don’t need to know or care about it because we’ve got a strong finance department and CFO. 

6 recommendations on change management

Change is happening all around us and it’s impossible to overlook. Change can be internally motivated or externally motivated. Changes can be anticipated or unexpected − and the change can be minor or a dramatic departure from what we know. But in all cases, the fundamental nature of change is a movement from the current state through a transition state to a future state.

White Paper: 4 observations about generation Y

As a people manager, you have to deal with differences between your team members. Some of these differences might be harder to understand than others. What if some of your team members belong to a different (and younger) generation than you do, and you have difficulties trying to understand their values and beliefs? Well, you’re not the only one struggling with this!

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