Mark Mone, Interim Chancellor 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, Interim Chancellor at UW-Milwaukee, 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, Interim Chancellor at UW-Milwaukee. This is especially true for positions that rely heavily on work experience, which cannot be “bought” outside the organization. Develop your leaders internally.