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.
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!
An Executive MBA is a life changing investment, in yourself and in your career. It’s also a big financial commitment – but once you’ve qualified, your MBA can have a substantial impact on your future role and earning potential.
Think of a degree from a leading business school in Europe as a launching pad that will beam you up to new professional heights faster than you can say “Scotty”. Whether you enter a new industry or continue exploring the sector in which you work, rest assured that an MBA sets you up for a career with a wide range of international employers across the continent.
If you’ve ever considered changing careers you’ll know the feeling: a heady mix of excitement and trepidation as you weigh the risks against the opportunities. The notion of making it an international career change is easy to dismiss as one risk too many. What do you really get from crossing borders except more hassle?
A successful career is about more than moving forwards and upwards. It’s about embracing change and crafting your own path. In her Financial Times article, Dean Marion Debruyne takes the life and work of Arianna Huffington as proof that you don’t have to follow the beaten path to succeed – and reinvention is indeed possible. We hope her words inspire you on your MBA journey.