Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Are you a Manager or a Leader?

The words “manager” and “leader” are often thrown around interchangeably. But have you ever considered the difference between a manager and a leader? Have you ever thought about which you are? Or whether you want to be a manager or a leader? The infographic below compares many differences between those who are managers and those […]

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4 Reasons Not to Get An MBA Degree

To MBA or not to MBA, that is the question. While an MBA degree can be a powerful career booster, it should not be undertaken lightly. Below is a list of 4 reasons not to get an MBA degree. Of course, if these factors don’t apply to you, perhaps you should consider getting an MBA. […]

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Which MBA Specialization Is Right For You? Part 2

With nine areas of emphasis, George Mason’s MBA program provides you a wide range of elective courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. An MBA specialization enhances your expertise in a specific industry or skill and can set you apart from other job applicants with an MBA on their résumé. Mason’s […]

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MBA Careers: Top Skills Employers Seek in New Hires

New MBA program graduates seeking employment would like to know what the most important skills are that a potential employer is seeking so they can further their post MBA careers. According to a recent study of nearly 600 employers conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), at the top of the list for employers […]

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