I could achieve success in my profession due to access to education and inspiration from my mother (who is also an educator) and teachers. Teaching is a way of giving back and, in the process, learning more and more from students.
An MBA is more than a credential. It is a process that combines all your experiences—all that you do and strive for in the business world—with the competencies that you need for growing as a leader in the digital-era organizations.
Continuously learning and reinventing oneself to adapt to constant changes is, indeed, very important given disruptions that occur in technology, processes, products, industries, economies, and societies. Life is a journey that should be embraced!
My advice to online students is to select courses that spark your interest and to get to know your instructor and classmates to get the most out of class.
A graduate degree in Professional Communication is an important achievement in showing the excellence in communication you've achieved to have a positive impact within your relationships, your organization, and your community.
The most successful students complete all assessments on time and give themselves plenty of time to devote critical thought to their work.
By developing their abilities to communicate effectively, I want my students to gain a greater sense of meaning, purpose, and connection. I want them to see themselves as agents of change, as people who will go on to make a difference in the world.
Expression (the language we use) is a reflection of how we interpret our realities.
“My enthusiasm for teaching has derived from the professional relationships I have created with my mentors, which is the driving force behind my desire to help young professionals excel toward successful careers. The ultimate goal for my students is for them to acquire industry knowledge and gainful employment while also developing a strong, well-connected network. I enjoy teaching the business side of sports like sport sales, fundraising, and marketing!”
Focus on learning the material, not the grade. Life is rarely run on a rubric. If you learn the material, good grades typically follow.
In my classes, I want students to be able to make informed decisions while working in the sport context. I want them to consider the human element of making decisions. How does sport impact people around the world?