Transferable skills not only help accelerate your career, they contribute to your professional success and are universally applicable.
Whether you’re looking for a promotion, changing careers, or exploring different types of job opportunities, upskilling is an easy way to to level up your professional competencies and expand upon your strengths.
Veteran Nicholas Schroeder secures a top consulting role after leveling up his business acumen through the Invited MBA program.
We are often asked how our mini-MBA program compares to Harvard Business School Online, and which education option is better. It’s a great question, particularly since the founder of Invited MBA is a proud HBS alum, as are many of the program’s facilitators. Given the close connections, here are three reasons why the Invited MBA is different.
The skill of riding a bicycle requires practice before muscle memory kicks in. This same concept of experiential learning should apply to advanced education, including traditional and mini-MBAs. That’s why the Invited MBA is different.
Passionate about mental health and effective people management, Kyle McCall knew a career that combined his interests would be difficult to shift into without financial acumen. Knowing the competition for these jobs was fierce, Kyle completed the Invited MBA to level up his skills and secure his dream position.