How a Mini-MBA Can Help Teachers Transition From the Classroom into Business
After seven years in the classroom, Robyn Moore was in need of a change. Like many educators, she was unsure of how to make the change or what it would entail, especially as the daughter of a career-long teacher. But she was confident her next role would involve fewer pencils and backpacks. While working as […]
Saying Goodbye to Imposter Syndrome: How an Invited MBA Alumna Transitioned from Marketing to a Top Five Business
Hannah Rivers describes herself as “the fixer, the one who can figure it out.” From working in pizza shops and babysitting as a teenager to planning events for Google and Lego as an adult, she has always been a go-getter. But being a jack of all trades can often lead to imposter syndrome and questioning qualifications over experience.
The Key to Effective Education is Experiential Learning
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.