Mark Mone, Associate Dean of Executive Programs in the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, explains how executive education programs can help prepare burgeoning leaders for a fast-paced career. Learning how to implement technology and navigate the complicated dynamics of large organizations is always useful in a globalized economy.
Mark Mone, Associate Dean of Executive Programs, explains how graduates keen on entering the workforce need to hone a variety of skills. These include interpersonal communication, resume development, and career preparedness.
Mentoring can help organizations and individuals reach their full potential, says Mark Mone, Associate Dean of Executive Programs at the Lubar School of Business. This is especially true for positions that rely heavily on work experience, which cannot be “bought” outside the organization. Develop your leaders internally.