When I first started getting settled into the college environment at IUPUI, the majority of the Kelley meetings or presentations that I attended had some sort of theme about networking and getting your name out there. In all honesty, this surprised me.
Arguably, the most important part of the job search process is drafting a professional resume.
The term “personal branding” rubs some people the wrong way – and in one sense I can understand why: the term “brand” reminds us of products, and people certainly aren’t emotionless commodities to be consumed by others.
MBA graduates looking to land a job in today’s challenging market should focus on their potential impact to employers instead of relying heavily on how they look on paper, a panel of HR executives stressed Tuesday.
Whether you are negotiating for a salary, the terms of a new job, or who is taking out the trash at home, negotiating is as much art as skill, and it can be learned.
As a CPO corporate sponsor, Mike’s Express Carwash receives a variety of benefits, including speaking engagements for company leaders, invitations to CPO recruiting events and the opportunity to place recruiting messages on the school’s electronic display boards.
Negotiations training isn’t limited to trial by fire on the job.
Kelley School of Business alum Marcus May (BS ’03) co-developed a new smartphone application to put these arguments to the test.
If you expanded a restaurant chain into five locations, how would you differentiate each one?